Posted on | July 6, 2011 | No Comments
- Endeavor Air – is hiring pilots.
- Mesa Airlines – is hiring pilots.
- American Eagle – is hiring pilots.
- Ameriflight – is hiring pilots.
- ExpressJet – is hiring pilots.
- Air Wisconsin – Is hiring pilots.
- Cape Air – is hiring pilots.
- CommutAir – is hiring pilots.
- Compass Airlines – is hiring and new-hires will receive an ATP with a PIC ERJ170/190 type rating.
- Great Lakes – is hiring pilots.
- Piedmont – is hiring pilots.
- GoJet – is hiring pilots.
- SkyWest Airlines – is hiring pilots.
- PenAir Airlines – is hiring pilots.
- Trans States Airlines – is hiring pilots.
- Republic Airlines – is hiring pilots for all Certificates.
- XOJet – is hiring pilots.
Posted on | April 24, 2014 | No Comments
This month’s edition of Plane and Pilot magazine contains an excellent article on the best Multi-engine trainer in the business, the Piper Seminole. The article highlights the history of the Seminole as well as its value to the Flight-training Industry. Since ATP has the largest fleet of Seminoles in the world, the article talks about ATP and its use of the Seminole and I would like to share part of it with you:
Posted on | April 21, 2014 | No Comments
I read an article today in the Dallas news which highlights the existing shortage of qualified pilots who are applying to fly for the Regional Airlines. It focuses on American Eagle, but the facts are that recruiters from every regional airline in the United States are suffering from the same thing.
Posted on | April 18, 2014 | No Comments
The Chairmen of unions representing the 13 largest regional airline pilot groups in the US and Canada released a letter announcing the formation of a group in which all of these unions will coordinate their negotiating efforts and support each other in the effort to improve pay rates and working conditions at all of the Regional Airlines.
Posted on | April 16, 2014 | No Comments
ATP has seen graduates of its Airline Career Pilot Program gravitate to great flying jobs in every part of aviation, including proudly flying for the best military in the world. Lieutenant(JG) John McFerren is just such an aviator who is also an old friend of mine and he wrote to me to let me know how he went from a student at ATP to flying for The Red Lions of HELSEACOMBATRON FIFTEEN.
Posted on | April 11, 2014 | No Comments
The pilot shortage is not a myth, it is cold stark reality and the effects are easy to see. So while different sides continue to fight over the underlying cause of the shortage, the real winners in this situation are the Pilots.
Posted on | April 9, 2014 | No Comments
The pilot shortage has affected the entire Airline Industry, but nowhere is the pain felt as much is in the Regional Airlines. Some Regional Airlines have had to park some of their aircraft because they could not find enough pilots to fly them. At least two Airlines have significantly raised the pay rates for their pilots, beginning a trend that will surely spread to the other Regional Airlines soon.
Posted on | April 7, 2014 | No Comments
I travel around the United States talking with all kinds of people who are interested in aviation. Some of the most enjoyable conversations are with people who want to fly airplanes for a living, and are looking for answers to their questions about how to get there. When I am asked these questions I often refer to a road-map that I drew up to show that a career in aviation can be achieved, and that we know how you can do it and I want to share it with you:
Posted on | March 28, 2014 | No Comments
The discussion about the current shortage of qualified commercial pilots applying to the Regional Airlines for flying jobs has become loud and contentious. I recently saw an excellent video explanation of all the reasons for the pilot shortage explained calmly, simply and accurately.
Posted on | March 21, 2014 | No Comments
The much discussed shortage of new airline pilots forced another US regional airline to take drastic action. Phoenix based Mesa Air Group, which owns and operates regionals Mesa Airlines and Go!, announced that its Hawaiian based airline Go! will cease operations by the end of March.
Posted on | March 13, 2014 | No Comments
SkyWest Airlines has announced that it will take delivery of the first 76 seat Embraer E175 performance-enhanced aircraft during the last week in March of this year.