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    Expat Pilot Commits Suicide


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    Quote Originally Posted by Crankshaft:
    I know a lot of pilots and they are all frustrated that they can not fly. They tend to be high achievers and the current situation is not helping at all. I really do not know where they will find pilots at this rate, they're either quitting or changing industry.
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    They're not dying of covid so no one gives a flying fuck

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    Covid-related hysteria has already ruined mentally damn to0 many people


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheeky Kiwi:
    They're not dying of covid so no one gives a flying fuck
    I am sure their family and friends do.

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    Covered here & fair chance this is not covid related. Very young guy..

    At around 1pm, police received a report that a man had fallen from the height of 18-22 Caroline Terrace and was lying on the opposite side of the building, where he died at the scene. After preliminary investigation, the police said the victim was a 31-year-old British man with a Hong Kong identity card. The police seized a suicide note at the scene, which mentioned that his relationship with his girlfriend had changed and he sought death. Sources say the man is a current pilot.

    https://std.stheadline.com/realtime/article/1870046/
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    RIP

    Sad story.

    Don't pilots need certain hours of cockpit time to maintain their license?


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    Quote Originally Posted by flameproof:
    RIP

    Sad story.

    Don't pilots need certain hours of cockpit time to maintain their license?
    yes they do, if they haven't flown after a certain then their license isn't valid anymore and they have to redo the training.

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    So many fish in the sea and you left this world for that one. AIYA
    Hope you have a better life in the next one.


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    so nothing to do with being a pilot?


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