PSA Airlines

PSA Airlines

PSA Airlines is a wholly owned subsidiary of American Airlines Group and operates an all-jet fleet consisting of exclusively Bombardier regional jet aircraft. The company’s more than 2,500 employees operate nearly 700 daily flights to nearly 90 destinations. Headquartered in Dayton, Ohio, PSA also has flight crew bases located in Dayton, Cincinnati, Ohio, Knoxville, Tennessee, Charlotte, North Carolina and Washington D.C. (March 2017). PSA has maintenance facilities in Dayton and Canton, Ohio, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport, Charlotte, North Carolina and Greenville-Spartanburg, South Carolina. PSA operates 35 Bombardier CRJ 200 aircraft, 26 Bombardier CRJ 700 aircraft and 54 Bombardier CRJ 900 NextGen aircraft. The airline expects to add an additional 35 Bombardier CRJ 700 aircraft to its fleet, tripling its fleet size and employee base since the airline’s growth plan was announced in December 2013.

Hiring Information

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  No. of Pilots Source & Notes
April '17
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May '17
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June '17
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  Minimum Competitive Preferred
Total Time 1500 1500  
Last 6 Months: 100
Multi Time: 25 25 50
Turboprop Time:
Jet Time:
Certificate Commercial ATP ATP
ATP Written No No Yes
Regional Jet
Standards Certification
No No Yes
Education No College Required Some College 4-Year Degree
Age: 21  

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Updated May 16, 2017

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Year 20$105/hr$42/hr
Year 19$105/hr$42/hr
Year 18$105/hr$42/hr
Year 17$102/hr$102/hr$102/hr$42/hr
Year 16$100/hr$100/hr$100/hr$42/hr
Year 15$98/hr$98/hr$98/hr$42/hr
Year 14$96/hr$96/hr$96/hr$42/hr
Year 13$93/hr$93/hr$42/hr
Year 12$90/hr$90/hr$90/hr$42/hr
Year 11$88/hr$88/hr$88/hr$42/hr
Year 10$85/hr$85/hr$85/hr$42/hr
Year 9$83/hr$83/hr$83/hr$42/hr
Year 8$80/hr$80/hr$80/hr$42/hr$42/hr$42/hr
Year 7$78/hr$78/hr$78/hr$42/hr$42/hr$42/hr
Year 6$76/hr$76/hr$76/hr$41/hr$41/hr$41/hr
Year 5$74/hr$74/hr$74/hr$40/hr$40/hr$40/hr
Year 4$72/hr$72/hr$72/hr$39/hr$39/hr$39/hr
Year 3$70/hr$70/hr$70/hr$38/hr$38/hr$38/hr
Year 2$68/hr$68/hr$68/hr$35/hr$35/hr$35/hr
Year 1$66/hr$66/hr$66/hr$24/hr$24/hr$24/hr
CRJ 900
CRJ 900

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Line: 75 hours
Reserve: 75 hours

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CRJ 900
CRJ-900 PSA pilots fly both the CRJ200 and 700 under a blended rate based on the ratio of 200s to 700s, which changes quarterly
PSA pilots fly both the CRJ200 and 700 under a blended rate based on the ratio of 200s to 700s, which changes quarterly.
PSA pilots fly both the CRJ200 and 700 under a blended rate based on the ratio of 200s to 700s, which changes quarterly.

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