Am from Chile, 31 years old.
Since I was a kid I have a dream, to become a pilot, and now (for different reasons) I have the chance.
Right now am doing my private pilot course in Chile, and then I want to go to the US to take a commercial program, starting from the instrumental course. This should take me 5 months (approximately) and later take the CFI course and gain experiencie and flight hours.
Of course I dont want to be an Instructor for ever. Is not that I dont like to be one, its because I want to fly on a airline.
So, been studying and later working as an instructor, it is possible nowtimes to work on an airline in the US being foreign? If an airline want to hire you, they support somehow your VISA formalities?
What is the best way to be attractive to an airline at my age and not having a lot of experience, yet.
The international airline career program is for me?
By the way, the Airline Tuition reimbursement works for foreign people?
Thanks for your time!