There are rarely plane crashes, but when there are, apart from being very serious, they are always due to human error.

Wait, I don't mean to scare you.

What I want you to understand is why we at PULSE place so much importance on the emotional and mindset training of the pilots we train.

You will understand it well with this experience from a passenger...

«I had to go to Madrid for work, so I had no choice but to get on the plane.

I say I had no choice because I’m afraid of planes.

But just before the doors closed, I started to think about this thought..

OK, I’ll get on the plane, I’ll get through it somehow and get to Madrid, but once I’m there, I’ll have to take another plane to get home by force…

And I froze.
I had a major panic attack.

The only thing I wanted was to get off that plane.
So I went straight to the crew at the gate and said to them:

I’m getting off the plane because I’m scared to death.

Of course, having said that, a crisis committee was formed in the air bridge, right before the door of the plane. We were there discussing with the people who had to detach the airbridge, the cabin crew and, at one point, the pilot, Antonio, also appeared.

At that point, I didn’t know whether to faint because of the panic attack or because of how hot the pilot was.

No, seriously.
I was having a terrible time.

Anyways, Antonio the pilot saw me at the highest peak of the panic attack: sitting on the ground and crying uncontrollably, and he said to me…

Are you scared? Look, come into the cockpit. If you fly with us you will never be afraid again.

What scares me the most is the take-off.

So I told him that OK, I’d be brave enough to get on the plane because I had to get to Madrid, but I didn’t want to see the take-off.

I got through the trip as best I could, and about 15 minutes before landing a cabin crew came to look for me because I was invited to land in the cockpit with Antonio and the co-pilot.

This time I did go, and I have to say it was very nice.

Really, it was beautiful.

As a passenger, what I thought at that moment was that they and I have completely opposite characters.

Because while I don’t manage to rationally filter my fear, they do a job that requires tremendous precision, rationality and lucidity.

And I thought all this because as the plane descended, we went through a cloud, and you couldn’t see anything, but they were completely dominating the situation, I saw them as super-safe.

Even without being able to see anything.

And to me the absurd thing is that I have a terrible fear, because at the moment of the flight I don’t trust the human race, because the plane is after all in the hands of a human being.

But I saw them with such skill that they were extremely reliable.

To tell you the truth, I don’t know whether my fear of flying has gone for good. But at least I landed in Madrid calmly and managed to return much more serene».

Good.

These are the type of pilots we formed at PULSE.

High-performance pilots in aviation, who are responsible for the lives they carry on board and a key part in the history and happiness of those passengers... they make possible long-distance love affairs, dream holidays, millionaire business closings.

Pilots who in flight are super-concentrated and dominate the plane with total security and lucidity,but when they leave the cockpit and are out of the "competition" (out of flight) they are like Rafa Nadal, who doesn't mind spending an hour signing autographs (waving at the door of the plane), because he knows that just as Nadal owes his public, he owes his passengers.

High-performance pilots?

yes, you will understand it in our newsletter.

Do you want to know what we mean and find out how we train you to achieve it?

WE SEND YOU BY EMAIL THE FLIGHT PATH YOU NEED TO FOLLOW TO BECOME A HIGH PERFORMANCE PILOT

There are rarely plane crashes, but when there are, apart from being very serious, they are always due to human error.

Wait, I don't mean to scare you.

What I want you to understand is why we at PULSE place so much importance on the emotional and mindset training of the pilots we train.

You will understand it well with this experience from a passenger...

«I had to go to Madrid for work, so I had no choice but to get on the plane.

I say I had no choice because I’m afraid of planes.

But just before the doors closed, I started to think about this thought..

OK, I’ll get on the plane, I’ll get through it somehow and get to Madrid, but once I’m there, I’ll have to take another plane to get home by force…

And I froze.
I had a major panic attack.

The only thing I wanted was to get off that plane.
So I went straight to the crew at the gate and said to them:

I’m getting off the plane because I’m scared to death.

Of course, having said that, a crisis committee was formed in the air bridge, right before the door of the plane. We were there discussing with the people who had to detach the airbridge, the cabin crew and, at one point, the pilot, Antonio, also appeared.

At that point, I didn’t know whether to faint because of the panic attack or because of how hot the pilot was.

No, seriously.
I was having a terrible time.

Anyways, Antonio the pilot saw me at the highest peak of the panic attack: sitting on the ground and crying uncontrollably, and he said to me…

Are you scared? Look, come into the cockpit. If you fly with us you will never be afraid again.

What scares me the most is the take-off.

So I told him that OK, I’d be brave enough to get on the plane because I had to get to Madrid, but I didn’t want to see the take-off.

I got through the trip as best I could, and about 15 minutes before landing a cabin crew came to look for me because I was invited to land in the cockpit with Antonio and the co-pilot.

This time I did go, and I have to say it was very nice.

Really, it was beautiful.

As a passenger, what I thought at that moment was that they and I have completely opposite characters.

Because while I don’t manage to rationally filter my fear, they do a job that requires tremendous precision, rationality and lucidity.

And I thought all this because as the plane descended, we went through a cloud, and you couldn’t see anything, but they were completely dominating the situation, I saw them as super-safe.

Even without being able to see anything.

And to me the absurd thing is that I have a terrible fear, because at the moment of the flight I don’t trust the human race, because the plane is after all in the hands of a human being.

But I saw them with such skill that they were extremely reliable.

To tell you the truth, I don’t know whether my fear of flying has gone for good. But at least I landed in Madrid calmly and managed to return much more serene».

Good.

These are the type of pilots we formed at PULSE.

High-performance pilots in aviation, who are responsible for the lives they carry on board and a key part in the history and happiness of those passengers... they make possible long-distance love affairs, dream holidays, millionaire business closings.

Pilots who in flight are super-concentrated and dominate the plane with total security and lucidity,but when they leave the cockpit and are out of the "competition" (out of flight) they are like Rafa Nadal, who doesn't mind spending an hour signing autographs (waving at the door of the plane), because he knows that just as Nadal owes his public, he owes his passengers.

High-performance pilots?

yes, you will understand it in our newsletter.

Do you want to know what we mean and find out how we train you to achieve it?

WE SEND YOU BY EMAIL THE FLIGHT PATH YOU NEED TO FOLLOW TO BECOME A HIGH PERFORMANCE PILOT