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 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.
Posted on | March 5, 2014 | No Comments
Representatives of ATP will be attending the 25th Annual International Women in Aviation Conference which will be held from Thursday, March 6 through Saturday, March 8, 2014, in Orlando, FL. This year’s Conference will take place at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort.
We will be looking forward to being part of the event which focuses on the tactics and strategies necessary to develop successful aviation careers. More than 4,000 women and men from all segments of the aviation industry are expected to attend, as well as keynote speakers and representatives from all sides of the aviation industry.
If you come to the WIA Conference this year, please stop by booth 301 and talk to us about how to successfully begin a career in aviation.
Posted on | February 26, 2014 | No Comments
While here at ATP I get the chance to meet a lot of very interesting people who come to ATP with only their ambitions and the willingness to work hard to get where they want to go. With those tools they are molded into student-pilots and then into professional aviators who in a relatively short time will join the Airline Industry as talented First Officers. These men and women move on to very successful careers in aviation, and at times they get a chance to look back and share with us how they achieved their career goals. Justin Kaiser is one such pilot that I have been fortunate enough to meet and know and help in some small way, and I want to share his experiences with you:
Posted on | February 24, 2014 | No Comments
CNN is airing a report today on the pilot shortage which is affecting the Global Airline Industry. Since the expansion of the airline industry across the globe has strongly affected the industry in the United States and ATP is at the forefront in providing solutions for the industry in the United States I thought I would share some of the article here:
A 35% increase in demand for air travel. A tripling of the region’s airplane fleet and up to nearly 13,000 new planes needed.
Predictions for growth in the aviation industry over the next two decades are impressive. But one question keeps recurring in the region and, indeed, around the globe. Will there be enough pilots to fly the new planes and enough technicians to maintain them?
“Even if we set up 100 airplane flying schools tomorrow, it still wouldn’t be enough,” says Bony Sharma, vice president of Mil-Com Aerospace Group, a Singapore-based aviation training company, “The shortage is that extreme.”
Half a million pilots needed globally
Released in August 2013, the Boeing Pilot and Technical Market Outlook for 2013-2032 forecasts nearly half a million new commercial airline pilots will be needed to fly all the new airplanes entering the world fleet over the next 20 years.
Boeing’s Randy Tinseth commented, “The market’s going to double over the next 15 to 20 years, but remember it doubled over the last 15 to 20 years that we’ve just come through,” he says. “It’s something we can manage through, but we have to get out ahead of it.”keep looking »