How to Become a Pilot in BitLife

Here are the steps to follow if you want to become a pilot in BitLife.

BitLife is a life simulation mobile game where players can live whatever life they choose. Want to become a billionaire? Movie star? Famous musician? It’s all possible in BitLife! If you need to become a pilot for one of the many BitLife challenges, this guide will walk you through the basic process of how it’s done. Read on to find out how to become a Pilot in BitLife.

BitLife Pilot Guide

To become a pilot in BitLife, you must complete 40 hours of flight school and then take the pilot test to obtain a Pilot’s License. After you have your Pilot’s License, you can look for a job as a Pilot Trainee, work your way up to Copilot, and eventually Pilot.

You can attend flight school by entering the Activities tab, selecting Licenses, and then choosing Flight School. Flying lessons cost $35/hour, so you will need at least $1,400 to complete 40 hours of flying lessons, plus an additional $240 for the pilot test.

After having the necessary flying lesson experience, you can take the pilot test to obtain a Pilot’s License. Like the Driving License, you’ll need to answer a few questions related to flying and piloting to obtain the Pilot’s License.

Here are some of the common questions and answers for the pilot test in BitLife:

  • What is the term for the left and right movement of a plane? Yaw
  • What is the term for the up and down movement of the nose of the plane? Pitch
  • What is the term for the rotational movement on the nose of the plane? Roll
  • What is the force that counteracts the drag force for flight? Drag
  • What is the force that counteracts the frag force for flight? Thrust
  • What is the nickname for the six basic aircraft instruments? The Six Pack
  • What is the name of the flap on the horizontal stabilizer? The Elevator
  • What is the name of the flap on the vertical stabilizer? The Rudder
  • What’s the name of the Pilot’s area on the plane? The Cockpit
  • What does the airfield landing marker indicate?
    • Diagonal line: Land Cautiously
    • Two vertical lines: Emergency Landing Only
    • X: Landing Forbidden
  • What is the aircraft marshaller signaling?
    • Both hands up: Move Forward
    • Both hands crossed: Stop
    • Left hand up: Turn Left
BitLife Pilot Guide

You can reset BitLife to get a new question if you’re unsure of the answer. After answering the one question in the pilot test, you will obtain your Pilot’s License, and then you can get your first job as a Pilot Trainee.

Aside from having your Pilot’s License to be a pilot in BitLife, there are a few other requirements. These include having high Smarts and Health and not being too old. It also helps to have graduated from University. Some users report going to Medical School can help with this process, though we’re not entirely sure how that’s related to being a pilot!