Do you ever wonder how pilots feel when they fly? Do they feel scared, happy, good or worried? Well you will know today. I asked three pilots this question, “How do you feel when you are flying?” They all have done it between twenty and thirty years. Well let’s get started, shall we.
The first pilot I interviewed was Captain Smither. He said he has a lot of confidence because he has done it for a long time. He also said it is fun to fly planes. I asked him when we were getting on our plane if he was our pilot to Dallas. It was one of the new planes. He told me to look at the wings and watch them it was so cool. The engine was so quiet. He let me tour the cockpit.
Captain Hanna was the next pilot I interviewed. He thinks if he does it right no one will get
hurt. He also said he needed to fly about 5,000 – 10,000 miles before he could fly big planes.
That was the best answer yet. He also let me wear his pilot jacket. He was cool.
Last I interviewed Captain Robinson when I asked him my research questions he said he focuses on himself and making it back to his family. And if he gets home safe his passengers will get home safe too. He was not my pilot I saw him on are way to are flight back home. He was with a lady who was beginning flight school the next day.
My results are that it is not scary, because they are well trained. I think it would be fun to fly a plane. I hope you learned that it is not scary at all to fly a plane because pilots are trained.