That my landings equall my takeoffs, and that the airplane can be used again. Seriously though my driving goals are to be recognized not only as a good "stick" but to have the total confidence of my passengers. I am a better pilot than some because I am willing to say no, not because I can fly a flight that others would not. I always wanted to fly corporate, I had a very good chance to get on with one of the majors prior to 9-11, but in hindsight I am glad that I stayed put.
My goals as a pilot, is to be as proficiant as I can humanly be. Do it safely and as proffessional as possible, but still have fun and enjoy what I do. I want to fly regionals and possibly move on to the majors. If I fly regionals till I'm 60, I'll be happy. I don't like flying long hops anyways.
My goal is to become a proficient pilot and earn a decent income and living while doing so. The way the market looks now, I'd take any pilot job available to me. I'm just a beginner in this industry though...
Management pilot for a major airline, such as SWA, ATA, or JetBlue. I've always liked the "low-fare carriers", and now it just happens they are the big players. Until then, I just hope to make it through SF3 training!
You know, I've always wondered. Seeing how if you're hooking up with someone on a commercial flight, you're at 35K feet, does that mean you get to join the seven mile high club? Or do you join the mile high club seven times?
And if I just hook up with someone in Denver, do I get to join? What if it was this one time at Breckenridge, which is at 9600 feet?