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PSA Airlines Comes to ATP-JAX, ATP-DFW and ATP-PHX this week to recruit ATP pilots

PSA Airlines has sent their top recruiter, Vice President Randy Fusi, along with American Airlines Director of Mainline/Regional Recruiting Bob Skinner to visit our Flight Training Centers in Jacksonville (FL), Dallas and Phoenix this week. They will be speaking to our pilots about the seventy-seven CRJ900s and CRJ700s that they have been awarded, and are trying to recruit ATP’s top pilots. Vice President Randy Fusi told me as late as today that they are coming prepared to interview and make job offers on the spot at all three events.
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Key Lime Air is Hiring ATP Graduates

Premier air cargo and on-demand charter carrier Key Lime Air has signed a recruiting agreement with ATP, and is using our recruiting tool to recruit and hire our graduates. As an air cargo carrier servicing FedEx, Key Lime air cargo pilots work the same schedule as FedEx pilots which means weekends and holidays free from duty, and at a higher beginning salary than that being offered by the Regional Airlines.
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Airline Traffic Continues to Rise Across the Airline Industry

The airlines in the US are reporting their traffic statistics for the month of July, and the good news continues to come in. Airline passengers continue to increase the rate which they fly by more than ten percent in this country compared to last year, and that fact combined with record load factors (the average percentage of seats filled in an airliner) continue to bring record profits to the airline industry.
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Expanding Pilot Groups Means a Short Wait for Upgrade to Captain

I recently surveyed our Regional Airline partners about how long it is taking new First Officers to upgrade to Captains at their airline. Across the spectrum of regional airlines the same can be said, upgrade times are coming down. What this means is that the discussion about entry level pay in the regional airlines becomes pointless when you can expect to make Captain, along with the 50% increase in pay, in your second year of flying with your new airline.
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