This doesn't concern me, but out of curiority, I was just wondering how women in general feel about Airline Pilots or dating them.? He died a few years ago, and I still miss him terribly.
The reason I am asking this is because on another site I read over some womends profiles and there were atleats 4 that have mentiooned that they don't like Pilots because they seem to have an arrogant way about them and they may have an elevated sense of themselves based on what they said. the only thing I can think why women might tend to shy away would be the worry every time he flies.. My very first real crush was on a pilot....memories. He's handsome and sweet and funny, not at all arrogant. I wouldn't pick a man to date just because of his occupation.. It saddens me that people stereotype people based on their jobs!
When we fly in a plane, our lives are in their hands right? I was not willing to commit to somebody who would only be home seven weekdays a month. It doesn't matter if he's a doctor, pilot or musician.
Writing off a whole group of people based on the occupation is there........i can answer your question from personal experience.....heard of men with bigger egos than their bodies well that is why....must be prepared for this and do not my darlin think anyone commands respect they must always earn it......i do believe that the man's worth is measured by his humbleness.........there is no humbleness no worth babe no matter what the title seems to be.......course each man is individual but this is my personal experience and because of it i would choose to pass......cheers I am one ... and it probably would happen if it was a Doctor or Lawyer or any other line of work too. Luna Well just remember it's the person not the occupation.
and although I am a very easy going and down to earth person (except when I'm flying .... Its more of a personality issue than a professional one. I'm sure there are people full of themselves that are in different lines of work.
I got contacted once on an online dating site by someone claiming to be a pilot with a pic in a uniform too, who needed me to send him money for his son in Africa.
I was a flight attendant for 11 years, resigned 3 years ago to become an RN.
I used to fly small aircraft, and enjoyed many fun day trips over the years. I'm sure not all pilots are like that but I have yet to meet one.