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And Southwest, and skywest, do not fly outside of Canada or Mexico for the most part. They aren’t going outside of the states and hoping around from place to place. It is quite clear the man has a family, probably kids, and can’t risk reaching out to you except on very safe occasions when they won’t intercept or hear his communications with you. I have friends flying in nearly every corner of the world, even Antartica. Sounds suspicious, it’s not that hard now a days to communicate with someone in the middle of no where.He will never be there for more than maybe 24 hours. It doesn’t matter if you heard him wrong about who he flies for, there is no pilot job in which he would be doing what he claims to be doing. I’ve seen people Face Time in the cockpit before we push.More so to your ‘man’s’ point, if they are flying internationally, internet access is critical for verifying passenger lists, passports, visas, overfly permits, etc. Well, I'm sure you've figured this out by now, but this guy is a lying a scum bag. I'm never out of contact with anyone back home.Even in the most remote parts of the world, pilots have data. The regulations require a certain number of days off. That's just an absurd thing to claim in today's world. They do exist, and they are the worst kinds of people. If he's not gonna make an effort, why should you?Recently started dating a guy who was my first love in high school and is now a commercial airline pilot.The relationship is fairly new, so I don't know much about his job and the responsibilities it asks of him.These are his ratings: AIRLINE TRANSPORT PILOT AIRPLANE MULTIENGINE LAND COMMERCIAL PRIVILEGES AIRPLANE SINGLE ENGINE LAND I just want to understand exactly what that means? I know he’s playing you due to the type rating of CL65 and duration of silence.
With three weeks between contact, in this day and age, I would definitely question whether you feel like he’s making you a priority, or if he’s being truthful.
I have been reading blogs on dating a pilot but would love some advice and tips about what it's like being in a relationship with someone who is a pilot.
So far, we will text each other or talk on the phone whenever he's back in the states but when he leaves to another country there are no texts or calls at all.
Not only do they have wifi or access of some sort, IT IS REQUIRED.
Pilots need internet access for checking weather and filing flight plans.
He said he enjoys them since it makes him feel like he's a part of my life even if he's not there.