Paul Templeton’s Regional Airline Pilot Jobs Blog

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.

The Value of Regional Jet Training:Then and Now

The Regional Jet Program at ATP receives numerous testimonials written by our graduates. Without exception these letters sent to us express the exhilaration of achieving a very challenging goal; flying for the airlines. Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

Major Airlines in the US Had Profitable 2011

US major airlines were in the black in aggregate in 2011 for the second consecutive year, in spite of the fact that American Airlines, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last November, incurred a $2 billion full-year net loss in 2011, according to a US Securities and Exchange Commission filing. Did you like this? […]

Ameriflight Visits ATP, Part Two

Yesterday ATP was visited by Sheri Hudson who is the lead recruiter for Ameriflight, the leading Part 135 air cargo company in the United States. Sheri visited us with a very interesting message that I wanted to share with you and yesterday I posted the first part of Sheri’s comments. The following is the second […]

Ameriflight Visits ATP

ATP has a very long history of training pilots to be professional aviators. Most of these talented students go on to fly in some the best cockpits in this country and the world, but they don’t all fly passengers. Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

A Visit with ExpressJet

ATP enjoys long standing partnerships with almost all of the regional airlines in the United States, and one of the best parts of my job is the time I spend interacting with recruiting departments at these airlines so that we can keep our Regional Jet Program up to date and serving both the airlines and […]

US Airline Industry’s Workforce Increases 2.6% in November

US Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) reported that US airlines continue to recover from the recent recession and expand to recruit new employees. The United States Airline Industry employed 389,361 workers in November, up 2.6% from November 2010. Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

Delta Airlines’ 4Q Profit Flies High

Delta Air Lines’ quarterly profit soared as higher fares offset a bigger fuel bill. Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

Hawaiian reports $20.9 Million Net Income, JetBlue Reports Profit tripled in 4th Quarter of 2011

Honolulu-based Hawaiian Airlines said it earned $20.9 million in the last quarter of 2011 in spite of soaring fuel costs. Operating revenue jumped 26 percent to $434 million as the airline added new routes and capacity expanded 16 percent. Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

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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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