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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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From Students to First Officers in Two Years

In early August, I wrote about three close friends who did their flight training with ATP and then went on to instruct for us together at our Daytona Beach Flight Training Center. Sherry Shoemake, Louis Valasquez and Vince Viorde were hired at the same time by Republic Airlines through Republic’s Pipeline Program with ATP. All three then went to Indianapolis together to begin new-hire training so they can fly the new Embraer E175′s that Republic is acquiring.
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Surviving Your First Year Flying for the Airlines – Part One

There are pilots flying in every part of commercial aviation who have been trained by ATP. These pilots form an alumni group and typically remain in touch with each other and with those of us who have helped them achieve their flying careers. Justin Kaiser is one of those pilots. Justin trained at ATP, went on to instruct for ATP, began flying for Mesa Airlines and has come back to ATP to instruct in the Regional Jet Program.
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US Airlines Employment Growth the Best in Two Years

The number of new aviation careers continues to increase in the United States, and so do the number of people entering flight training. The US Department of Transportation reports that the scheduled airlines in the United States are growing and have been hiring new employees at a record pace since July 2013 resulting in the biggest year-over-year percentage jump since 2012.
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