ExpressJet Airlines and ATP Flight School today announced a Tuition Reimbursement Program agreement, which promotes the airline pilot career by making it more financially obtainable and providing a direct path to become a pilot at ExpressJet. Per the agreement, graduates of ATP’s Career Pilot Program, with at least 300 hours total time, can interview with ExpressJet. Those who accept ExpressJet’s conditional job offer will receive financial contributions toward their flight training loan payment – up to $11,000 in total – as they earn experience as a paid flight instructor with ATP.
“Providing student pilots and flight instructors with the resources necessary to gain experience, prepare for their future airline career and at the same time create opportunities to help alleviate the financial burden is a top priority for our airline,” said Darrin Greubel, Director of Flight Operations at ExpressJet.
Through this partnership, ExpressJet Airlines will continue its efforts to educate engage and empower pilots and flight training providers across the country. The airline looks forward to expanding its relationship with the staff and students of the 39 ATP flight-training centers across the country.
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Your airline pilot career and earnings will be influenced by your seniority. The sooner you begin flying for an airline, the higher your seniority will be, impacting your monthly schedule, vacation time, crew base location, and captain upgrade wait time.
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After starting as a junior First Officer you'll begin gaining seniority, which will determine when you upgrade to Captain. This increase in responsibility comes with a significant earnings increase. The sooner you start gaining seniority, the quicker you will realize this earnings increase. Take a look at how the training path you take can impact your seniority and total career earnings, based on the chart above:
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