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Piedmont Awarded Two New Stations

Jul 19 2016
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Piedmont is excited to announce that we will begin ground handling at two new stations on Sept. 1. Hilton Head Airport (HHH) in South Carolina and Williamsport Regional Airport (IPT) in Pennsylvania will transition to Piedmont from Air Wisconsin.

Five Ways Student Pilots Ruin Their Careers

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.

Piedmont Announces Cadet Program Agreement with California Aeronautical University

SALISBURY, Maryland – Piedmont Airlines, a wholly owned subsidiary of American Airlines Group Inc., announces an industry-leading cadet program partnership with California Aeronautical University, a world-class aeronautical training center that provides aviation degree programs in Southern California.


Refer a pilot to Piedmont Airlines, collect $5,000

Great employees attract great employees.  That's why Piedmont Airlines is now offering all employees the opportunity to collect $5,000 for every pilot they refer to the company. Here's how it works:

1. Forward a pilot’s resume to Human Resources at PiedmontReferrals@aa.com.

2. You will collect $2,500 if the pilot is hired, passes training and becomes fully line qualified with Piedmont. 

3. You will collect an additional $2,500 when the pilot successfully completes SIX MONTHS of active employment. 

Piedmont employees may refer as many pilots as they want to. Carol Richardson, executive secretary in Salisbury, referred four pilots with the help of her son, Wade.  Wade, a member of the National Guard for 29 years, reached out to pilots who wanted to keep flying after they got out of the military.  “The program is really easy to do,” Carol said. “Wade went out and told pilots about Piedmont. Once they heard about us, they wanted to fly for us.”

Piedmont Airlines Partners with California Baptist University in Cadet Program

SALISBURY, Maryland - Piedmont Airlines, a wholly owned subsidiary of the American Airlines Group Inc., announces a cadet program partnership with California Baptist University. The program includes tuition reimbursements, conditional employment and a direct path to American Airlines.

 

Once a Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) reaches the required ATP minimums, he or she will join Piedmont as a first officer, and eventually transition to American Airlines.

 


Piedmont Airlines Announces Cadet Program Partnership with Middle Georgia State University

SALISBURY, Maryland - Piedmont Airlines, a wholly owned subsidiary of the American Airlines Group Inc., is pleased to announce a cadet program partnership with Middle Georgia State University, the only four-year school of aviation in Georgia, to offer pilot prospects a guaranteed career path to American Airlines.

Piedmont Airlines will offer conditional employment and tuition reimbursement to select Certified Flight Instructors (CFIs) at Middle Georgia State University, which currently offers flight training in Eastman, Georgia and Macon, Georgia. Once a CFI reaches the required ATP minimums, he or she will join Piedmont as a first officer, and eventually transition to American Airlines.

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