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ATP Visits the Women in Aviation International Conference in Dallas

Last week ATP representatives attended the annual Women in Aviation (WIA) Conference in Dallas, Texas and enjoyed speaking with thousands of conference attendees. ATP subsidiary, ATP Higher Power Aviation (HPA), was also represented at the WIA. The HPA display was also very popular since Southwest Airlines was in attendance at the conference and announced that they would be hiring 200-300 new pilots over the remainder of 2015 and 600 new pilots in 2016. Southwest Airline Pilots have a long history of obtaining their 737 Type Ratings at HPA.
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U.S. Carriers Face Shrinking Pool Of Pilots

The increasing shortage of airline pilots continues to make headlines in the US and around the world. A recent article in Aviation Week & Space Technology summarizes the lack of qualified pilots in this way:  “From a top-down view, large airlines will have to replace more than 18,000 pilots due to mandatory age 65 retirement over the next seven years, along with hiring pilots for newly delivered aircraft.”
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How Much Money Can Airline Pilots Really Earn?

Graduates of ATP’s Airline Career Pilot Program are flying for virtually every airline in the United States, as well as for airlines well beyond our borders. These graduates form an alumni group that we enjoy staying in touch with. One ATP graduate that we always look forward to hearing from is Chris Carey who flies for United Airlines. Chris has sent us several very interesting articles, and I would like to share his latest with you about how much an airline pilot can earn in his or her career, a confusing but important subject for people interested in becoming a professional pilot:
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Pilot Union Leaders and American Airlines Agree on New Tentative Contract with 23 Percent Retroactive Pay Hike

In a move that could assure that a lucrative career as an airline pilot will be available for decades to come, union leaders representing American Airlines pilots approved the carrier’s final contract offer recently, paving the way for a retroactive 23 percent wage hike if its members approve the contract in a vote later this month.
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