Getting the Job

Women with Wings

Envoy Air recently featured one of their new First Officers in an interesting article in the Women with Wings section of EnvoyAir.com. The article featured a student who chose to be an airline pilot, rather than the field she was training for in college, and follow in the footsteps of some very talented aviators in her family. Continue reading

How Much Can You Really Earn as an Airline Pilot?

Graduates of ATP’s Airline Career Pilot Program are flying for virtually every airline in the United States at this time, as well as major airlines around the world. One such pilot is Chris Carey who flies for United Airlines. Chris stays in touch with us at ATP, and from time to time he shares his thoughts and experiences with us and all of you. Chris has updated a very interesting article he sent to us a while ago, and we would like to share it with you: Continue reading

An Important Part of Every Flight

We have written many times on PilotJobs.com about the acute shortage of qualified pilots to fly for the airlines. Although the news hasn’t spread quite as far, there is also a shortage of other specialists required to run an airline safely. Airline professionals such as Certified Aircraft Dispatchers, mechanics and technicians are also in short supply, and they are very important parts of any airline’s team. Continue reading

TO: The Airline Pilots of Tomorrow

As the Director of ATP’s Regional Jet Program I have the opportunity to speak with people who are in various stages of their aviation career, and who need a little help achieving their career goals. ATP has helped tens of thousands of pilots meet those goals through the first-rate flight training and sincere mentor-ship that we provide our students. I am fortunate enough to stay in touch with these pilots even after they have moved on to the airlines, and I want to share the story of one such pilot who wants to give back to the “Airline Pilots of Tomorrow”. Continue reading

Compass Airlines Joins Tuition Reimbursement Program with ATP

ATP’s recruiting partner Compass Airlines has joined ATP’s Tuition Reimbursement Program as a sponsoring airline. The Tuition Reimbursement Program provides up to $11,000 be paid toward an ATP graduate’s and flight instructor’s flight training costs by Compass Airlines. The ATP graduate then agrees to fly for Compass when the pilot reaches 1500 hours of flight experience. Continue reading