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ATP’s Latest Airline Placements

Bojan Fredotovic, Corporate Operator

Corporate Operator hired ATP grad Bojan Fredotovic in June, 2014.

Victor Resendez, Corporate Operator

Corporate Operator hired ATP grad Victor Resendez in June, 2014.

Clint Bond, ExpressJet

ExpressJet hired ATP grad Clint Bond in June, 2014.

Walter Davey, Great Lakes Airlines

Great Lakes Airlines hired ATP grad Walter Davey in June, 2014.

American Eagle Taps into the ATP Flight Training Pipeline with – Part Two

Posted on | July 6, 2011 | No Comments

American Eagle used recently to announce to the pilots there that they were lowering their hiring minimums, and that Eagle would be paying for pilots they hire to take ATP’s Regional Jet Standards Certification Program before they begin training with Eagle. That is a great endorsement of ATP’s RJ Program for sure, but it is also an endorsement of

Pilot Pool Airline Recruiting is a completely new concept designed to link airlines to pilots much sooner than has been possible in the past. allows pilots to upload their resume as well as profile information about them, to attract the attention of the growing list of airline recruiters that frequent looking for pilots. Recruiters use as a point of first contact with that pilot to begin following their progress through flight training until the pilot reaches the point that the airline wants to interview them.

Once a pilot has their profile information published on they can easily see where they rank among their fellow pilots. For example, the more multi-engine experience a pilot has, the higher in the ranking they will be. This allows a pilot to focus on obtaining the training or experience that will move them up in the ranks and attract more attention from airline recruiters. ATP Airline Career Pilot program students have an added benefit—the flight time being accrued in the program is auto-loaded through ATP’s system into

A pilot using will be notified when a recruiter has accessed their profile or downloaded their resume. Likewise, recruiters can make sure that they are notified when a pilot they have been tracking reaches a certain milestone in their flight training or career that meets their airline’s hiring criteria. The recruiters can then use to contact the pilot and arrange for an interview. is an answer to a problem that both airlines and pilots have never had before. Due to circumstances relating to the rapidly increasing pilot shortage, airlines will have to begin their recruiting activity much sooner than they have in the past as they compete with each other for the shrinking group of qualified pilots. allows them to make that contact in a timely manner and allows them to build a relationship with a promising student before they are even qualified to work for the airline. is a fresh answer to a new problem. Train in any program with ATP and gain access to this new pilot recruiting tool that serves both Pilots and the Airlines looking for them.


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Paul Templeton ATP Regional Jet Director

Paul Templeton is ATP's Regional Jet Program Director, and a regular contributor to His extensive experience in the Regional Airline environment gives him insight into the continually changing status of the industry. He served as Captain for 12 years at Piedmont Airlines and was also Chairman of the Master Executive Council for ALPA, representing Piedmont Airlines.


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