CommutAir announced a partnership with ATP Flight School to provide ATP graduate flight instructors a financially subsidized path to a pilot job at fast-growing CommutAir and the opportunity to enroll in the United Career Path Program (CPP) at the time of entry into CommutAir. The Tuition Reimbursement Program allows instructors to have up to $11,000 of their flight training costs paid for by CommutAir, in exchange for agreeing to fly for CommutAir after earning the requisite number of flight hours.
The CPP provides qualified pilots with a direct path to a United Airline's flight deck upon completing the necessary interview/testing, flight hours, and other normal requirements.The combination of the CommutAir-ATP partnership and the United CPP provides ATP students with a defined path to a long term commercial pilot career.
CommutAir offers the United Career Path Program (CPP) for our Pilots to the United Airlines flight deck.
CommutAir pilot application page:
-Paid out-of-base parking
-Good faith attempts to get to work
-Company paid uniforms for new hires.
-Paid training and paid lodging for training.
-No pay loss for alternate or cancelled deadhead flights.
-Employee travel benefits
-Medical, dental, vision, company paid life & disability insurance.
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Upgrade Time: 3 years
Years at Airline: 10 years
Upgrade Time: 5 years
Years at Airline: 15 years
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Paid out-of-base parking and 4 paid hotel rooms every month
Unlimited commuter clause show good faith attempts to get to work
Paid training and paid lodging for training (single occupancy)
No pay loss for alternate or canceled deadhead flights
Medical, dental, vision, company paid life & disability insurance, 401k with company match
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