Regional Airlines Fly Nearly 50% of US Flights
Friday, February 01, 2008
So you want to be an airline pilot....make a great salary with excellent benefits, wear the uniform, make your family proud, and be respected by everyone...all in all, have a great career?
Your first job after pilot training -- and do call Phoenix East Aviation now to learn about starting your pilot training right away -- will quite possibly be a regional airline. Regional airlines are headquartered and fly all over the country, and those airlines are growing faster than any other category of commercial aviation: that means they especially need pilots and are often ready to take new pilots almost right out of flight school.
Do you realize that the number of regional jets operating in the US account for nearly 50% of all flights and about 40% of the total US airline fleet. More than 70% of the communities across the country receive scheduled service exclusively on regional aircraft. Phoenix East partners with regional airlines to help you get a job as quickly as possible. These airlines like to hire Phoenix East graduates, we've been told, because of the superior flight training we provide. See www.pea.com for more information.
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