Meet Piedmont cadet recruiters to learn more about our program!
|Date & Time
|Monday-Thursday, April 2-5, 2018
||ATP (recruiter-only training)
||Dallas-Fort Worth, TX
|Friday, April 6,2018
|Tuesday, April 10,2018
|Thursday, April 12, 2018
|Ohio State University
|Friday, April 13,2018
||University of North Dakota
||Grand Forks, ND
|Saturday, April 14,2018
||West Lafayette, IN
|Tuesday, April 17,2018
||Kansas State Polytechnic
|Thursday, April 19,2018
||Smyrna Beach, FL
|Wednesday, April 25,2018
||California Aeronautical University
Piedmont Airlines, Inc. will now offer new hire pilots an industry leading pay package along with a guaranteed job at American Airlines in order to support its growing fleet of jets. First year first officers at Piedmont will now earn nearly $60,000 while training and flying under the colors of Piedmont’s parent company, American Airlines.
College is fun, and it’s your chance to learn and grow as an adult. But too many aspiring pilots make decisions in college that disrupt or damage their careers. Here’s how some student pilots ruin their careers:
They don’t consider the consequences
You’re away from home for the first time and everything is exciting. Don’t let bad judgment get you into trouble. Mistakes that you make in college (such as a DUI) will follow you into your professional career. Reckless or irresponsible behavior at 18 could ruin your chance to fly.