Hello, whomever this may concern
I understand that pilots are typically allowed to fly only one type of aircraft at a time. Are there specific planes that require more experience to fly than others, or does that kind of thing vary from airline to airline?
If a pilot was just hired at an airline, could they train for, and then fly, (specifically) a Boeing 787?
Do the airlines choose which pilots fly which aircraft, and if so can you choose which planes you want to fly as you gain seniority?
Do you learn to fly whichever specific aircraft you’d be flying before, or after you’ve been hired? (I’m guessing after, depending on the planes that airline had in its fleet, but of course I could be wrong.)