Piedmont Airlines is seeking qualified candidates for a Safety Department internship.
Piedmont will begin flying Embraer-145 regional jets in 2016
in addition to its current fleet of Dehavilland DHC-8s. American Airlines informed the company of its
plans to place regional jets at Piedmont today.
Piedmont Airlines is committed to safety.
Piedmont Airlines has successfully completed Level 2 of the
Federal Aviation Administration’s voluntary Safety Management System (SMS), furthering
the company’s commitment to the well-being of employees and the safety of our
Piedmont is currently hiring Flight Attendants! Here's what you need to know:
All flight attendants receive approximately 3 1/2 weeks of training, which includes classroom and in-flight training. Training is conducted six (6) days a week. Training begins with a home study program. The training program is intense and requires discipline and commitment on the part of the student. New hires are paid during training, are provided lodging at no cost and receive per diem.
All Piedmont employees will receive a $50 bonus in their paychecks in October, the result of excellent on-time performance in September.
"Kudos to our Maintenance bases for outstanding...performances in September, and to our Flight crews for facilitating timely swaps and quick turns," wrote CEO Steve Farrow in a letter to employees. "Thank you to our Customer Service and Operations teams for navigating the many challenges – expected and unexpected – that have come with the merger process. I would also like to thank each person who made an extra effort in September. That small detail contributed to Piedmont’s success, and the success of American Airlines."
Congratulations Piedmont Team!