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Republic Airways to Fly More Regional Jets for Delta Air Lines

Republic Airways Holdings Inc., owner of ATP recruiting partners Chautauqua, Republic and Shuttle America Airlines, announced today that it has reached an agreement with Delta Air Lines to operate nine additional 69-seat E170 aircraft. The aircraft are scheduled to begin flying for Delta between the 3rd quarter of 2015 and the 2nd quarter of 2016 and will operate for a term of six years per aircraft. In addition, Republic and Delta have agreed to extend the terms of the existing agreements to fly 14 E170 aircraft and 16 E175 aircraft by approximately five years, or through February 2024. Continue reading

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American Airlines to Reassign Fifty E145s from Envoy to Piedmont and Trans States Airlines

American Airlines has announced plans to reassign fifty of Envoy Air’s (formerly called American Eagle Airlines) fleet of 118 ERJ-145s to other regional airlines flying under the American Eagle brand. In a letter to Envoy employees, senior vice president Kenji Hashimoto said that at least 20 of the Embraer 145 jets will go to AA’s subsidiary, Piedmont Airlines. American also announced that at least 15 E145s will go to Trans States Airlines, and the rest to go to another regional carrier to be named later by American.
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Cross-Country Experience and Line Pilot Success

Courtney Dennis is a First Officer flying for ExpressJet Airlines, but she began her flying career at ATP where she did all of her flight training. Once she had earned the ratings necessary for her to start flying professionally, she became an instructor for ATP. After instructing for a year in ATP’s Airline Career Pilot Program, Courtney completed jet transition training in ATP’s Regional Jet Program and went to work for ExpressJet. She wrote to us recently about a big problem facing the airlines today, and I want to share it with you:
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Train for New Hire Airline Training with ATP

ATP has been training pilots preparing for their first airline job for nearly a decade. Our Regional Jet Program focuses on making a successful transition to new hire training. We have sent over 425 pilots to the airlines in the last twelve months, thousands over the last ten years, and they have done exceptionally well in new-hire training.
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