Frequently Asked Questions

What training do the pilots receive?

All pilots hired are required to have 1000 hours of flying experience.  Following initial training by Aerial Solution’s Chief Pilot, new pilots are assigned to work with an experienced pilot for approximately 6 months. When trained, the pilots work on transmission lines in flat terrain. As they gain experience, pilots than can then work on distribution and in mountainous terrain. Although it is not required by the FAA, all Aerial Solutions pilots receive annual recurrent training that covers helicopter operations and emergency procedures.

What training do the pilots receive?

All pilots hired are required to have 1000 hours of flying experience.  Following initial training by Aerial Solution’s Chief Pilot, new pilots are assigned to work with an experienced pilot for approximately 6 months. When trained, the pilots work on transmission lines in flat terrain. As they gain experience, pilots than can then work on distribution and in mountainous terrain. Although it is not required by the FAA, all Aerial Solutions pilots receive annual recurrent training that covers helicopter operations and emergency procedures.

What training do the pilots receive?

All pilots hired are required to have 1000 hours of flying experience.  Following initial training by Aerial Solution’s Chief Pilot, new pilots are assigned to work with an experienced pilot for approximately 6 months. When trained, the pilots work on transmission lines in flat terrain. As they gain experience, pilots than can then work on distribution and in mountainous terrain. Although it is not required by the FAA, all Aerial Solutions pilots receive annual recurrent training that covers helicopter operations and emergency procedures.

What training do the pilots receive?

All pilots hired are required to have 1000 hours of flying experience.  Following initial training by Aerial Solution’s Chief Pilot, new pilots are assigned to work with an experienced pilot for approximately 6 months. When trained, the pilots work on transmission lines in flat terrain. As they gain experience, pilots than can then work on distribution and in mountainous terrain. Although it is not required by the FAA, all Aerial Solutions pilots receive annual recurrent training that covers helicopter operations and emergency procedures.