Step 1: Why?
The first question we would ask you in the application process is this:
"Why do you feel Aerial Imaging Technology is the place for you?"
At AIT, we are all about having a passion for what we do,
and we feel it is important that members of our team feel the same way.
Step 2: Practice
Hours. Hours. Hours.
More time in the air performing practice flights translates to steady and reliable flying skills. Depending on the position you apply for; more recorded hours will result in a higher acceptance rate.
New pilots with little to no hours will not be turned away due to lack of experience, but may be assigned to less intensive practice projects.
Step 3: Apply
One of the last steps in the application process is to download, complete, and submit our Pilot Application Form.
All application forms will be reviewed, and we will contact you within 2 weeks if an opening is available or if further information is required.
Step 4: Go Fly
While waiting for your application to be reviewed, take some time to get out there and fly your own practice sessions. Whether you are an experienced pilot or just beginning to learn the basics of aerial data collection, it's always a great idea to brush-up on your piloting skills and get some hours logged.
At Aerial Imaging Technology, we value each of our future pilot
partners and will process all applications equally.
We look forward to having you join the AIT family!