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Test day for plane hopefuls.

BIRMINGHAM'S wannabe pilots can try out their flight skills at the NEC next week.

The Atlantic Flight Training (AFT) flight crew selection team is in Birmingham on Thursday searching for talented new recruits to become the next generation of commercial airline pilots.

The AFT information evenings give prospective students a chance to meet the team and to get the information needed to decide if commercial piloting is the right career.

A spokesman for Coventrybased AFT, which was set up in 1992, said: "If appropriate, attendees are invited to the assessment day where they undergo interviews, personality profiling and a basic pilot skills and aptitude test.

"These will determine whether or not they have what it takes to become an AFT cadet."

For details and to book a place visit www.flyaft.com, phone 0247 6980 613 or text FLY with your email address to 81066.
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