Fact: if you were hired by Piedmont in 2014, you would be flying for American Airlines today.
“Flow” to American Airlines was a revolutionary concept in 2014. Now, five years later, the direct path to American Airlines is paying off for thousands of pilots. Is it time for your course correction? Here are some clues:
You’re looking for status.
Some regional pilots will always be regional pilots – but not at Piedmont. On your first day of training, you’ll receive an American Airlines ID number. You’ll travel as an American Airlines employee, use an American Airlines email address and receive American Airlines profit sharing.
Piedmont does pilot interviews differently. From small group settings to application reimbursement, we value your time and appreciate your questions. Here’s what you can expect when you visit with our team:
Join the American Airlines Group - Envoy Air, PSA Airlines and Piedmont - for an informational pilot career fair. This event is for aspiring aviators interested in learning more about a career as a pilot. Attendees will have an opportunity to network with recruiters, gain an exclusive look into the future of the aviation industry and learn more about a path to fly for American Airlines through an AAG Regional airline. Register here to secure your spot!
- Orlando World Marriott, 8701 World Center Dr., Orlando, FL
- Saturday, January 5, 2019 12:30 - 4:00 p.m.
New Piedmont president Lyle Hogg came from American Airlines with two big goals: get Piedmont's regional jet program safely in place and double the size of Piedmont’s fleet as quickly as feasible. Now three weeks into the job, Lyle is rolling up his sleeves to get the work done. “We have a great opportunity for growth here,” said Lyle. “Our position as a wholly-owned subsidiary of American Airlines gives us great financial stability and a very bright future. It’s a nice position to be in.”