Well that was a huge disappointment for me back then, and I even was thinking about looking for a different carrer, but looking back, I am glad I did not. Still, doing long haul flights, I have issues establishing a serious relationship with a long-term perspective.
It really makes sense, you probably need a woman/man who is independent enough to not rely on constant support and presence in a relationship.
I don't feel bad about it, right now I am happy that I made it this far, since it is the career I have dreamed of for a long time.
I missed him, but we were constantly in contact and that was good enough for me.
He and I met on the train during my evening commute.
The key is to find a woman (or man probably) that is very independent. I believe his wife used to be a flight attendant for a different airline, so she can empathize with the schedule.
He said that a lot of the relationships that didn't work out for his coworkers were with women who constantly needed help/attention that you just intrinsically can't give as a pilot.But when looking for a serious relationship, my job makes it very hard to find someone, and sometimes this makes me feel sad.I love my job, I love flying and I love travelling.You can discover so many members who have successfully find their matches on this dating site, we are so glad to see that and this is what exactly we do.Here, you can find true love through our site and are keeping strong to date.Pilot Dating has been around longer than other Pilot dating sites.