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Why Take an ATP-CTP Course?

We genuinely enjoy training hundreds of pilots who pass through our ATP-CTP course at ATP-JETS every month. They all have interesting stories to tell about their journey through flight training and are excited about flying the line for their airlines. Recently one particularly interesting pilot came to ATP-JETS for ATP-CTP training before beginning his career at Envoy Air, his name is Swayne Martin. Continue reading

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My Aviation Career Path was One I Had to Discover on My Own

Those of us here at ATP have had the pleasure of watching our graduates quickly move on to great jobs flying for the airlines here in the US. Occasionally I also have the pleasure of sharing one of those graduate’s story with you. Scott Weddell began his aviation career in March of 2013 when he arrived at our McClellan-Palomar Airport (KCRQ) Flight Training Center to begin flight training. Scott graduated from the Airline Career Pilot Program later in 2013 and began instructing for us at ATP at our Scottsdale, Arizona Flight Training Center. Scott was interviewed by SkyWest Airlines while he was still with ATP in 2014 and brought into the SkyWest Pathway Program. Scott shares the rest of the story with us. Continue reading

Which Airline Will Have the Highest Pilot Pay in 2018?

We have been following most trends involving the airlines in the United States for years, and there has recently been very good news on the pilot pay issue. Airlines have been raising wages and improving workplace rules that allow for a much-improved quality of life for pilots. So just what can airline captains plan to earn in 2018? With the global airline industry flourishing with net profits exceeding $31 billion, pilots can expect to earn more than they used to according to an article at Airline Pilot Central. Continue reading

Trans States Airlines Sweetens Offer for First Officers

As recently as 2008 pilots entering the airline industry with a regional airline could expect to earn $25,000 in the first year. Ten years later, first year pay has increased exponentially and keeps increasing as the pilot shortage forces airlines to compete with each other for new airline pilots entering the industry. An article in AOPA highlights the kind of pressure the regional airlines are feeling to raise wages and attract talented new pilots. Continue reading

Aboard the Constellation: Step into Another Era

We talk about almost every aspect of the airline industry on PilotJobs. The most popular articles however are the Flying the Line articles written by pilots in ATP’s vast alumni group. Some of my favorite Flying the Line articles have been written by ATP Alumnus and Major Airline Captain Chris Carey. Chris recently shared an experience with us and we want to share it with you. Continue reading