Trans States Airlines serves over 2.5 million passengers annually, with more than 230 daily flights to over 70 cities in North America. Trans States is one of the fastest growing regional airlines in the country flying for American Airlines and United. 51 Embraer 145 aircraft scheduled for delivery starting in 2015.
Trans States Airlines has teamed with ATP to offer the ATP/Trans States Tuition Assistance Program (TAP), which is the first time in the history that an airline has reached out to help defray the cost of flight training for new pilots entering the airline industry. Trans States will take pilots into the TAP once they reach 500 hours of flight time, and contribute directly toward their flight training while they are still instructing for ATP and building quality flight time toward the ATP Minimums required to be hired by any airline. The payments then continue after the plot has reached minimum requirements and begins to fly for Trans States.
For details on the ATP/Trans States Tuition Assistance Program , please call ATP at 904-595-7950.
Trans States is hiring Captain Qualified First Officer's (CQFO's) for pilots who have the Captain minimums.
-Over 230 Daily flights to 70 plus cities in the United States and Canada.
-Upgrade minimums are 2500HR TT, 1000HR 121 experience.
-Short Reserve period (3-4 months) to Line Holder; due to growth
-Holding classes of 40 FO's new-hires per month.
-One of the Industry leading contracts which includes:
-Leg by leg cancellation pay
-Generous commuter policy
-One of the highest First year First Officer starting hourly pay rates - $36.35/HR
-First Officers while in new-hire training earn $35.81/HR at a monthly credit of 75 hours
- Upgrade in 12 - 18 months.
-Crew Bases: STL, IAD, ORD, DEN, RDU
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