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Piedmont Airlines to add 15 Embraer 145s to the fleet

Increase in pilot hiring brings new opportunities to American Airlines subsidiary SALISBURY, Maryland- Piedmont Airlines will take delivery of 15 Embraer-145 aircraft starting in late summer. The additional aircraft will transfer from American subsidiary, Envoy Air, over the next several months. “Our Piedmont team’s outstanding performance throughout the pandemic period is being rewarded with a …
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Celebrating National Intern Day: offering more than just work experience

Pursuing her degree in Psychology and Human Resources, Caroline Trygar finds value in gaining real-world experience through a Human Resources internship at Piedmont Airlines. While she isn’t pursuing a degree in aviation, learning about Piedmont and the company culture had an impact on where she wanted to intern. “Interning with Piedmont has benefited me in …
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One Pilot’s Journey to Her Dream Destination

Piedmont Airlines believes in doing what you love alongside a company you can be proud to work for. With seamless connection to one of the world’s largest airlines, American Airlines, Piedmont provides unlimited career opportunities with a supportive family-like team environment. As the top regional airline to fly for, our pilots receive industry-leading salary, bonuses, …
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Piedmont Airlines, IBT Reaches Agreement on Increased Dispatch Pay Scale and Bonuses

The International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) and Piedmont are very pleased to announce an increase in wages and retention bonuses for our Dispatch team, effective August 1. This change comes two years before the IBT Dispatch Collective Bargaining Agreement amendable date, and as the result of significant collaboration between union and company representatives. “This is …
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Why pilots choose Piedmont over the competition

Pilots at Piedmont Airlines are some of the best in the industry. From high-quality AQP training to job security and the highest pay of all the regional airlines, the benefits of being a Piedmont Pilot are unmatched by other carriers. Whether you’re a seasoned Captain, an experienced First Officer, or aspiring aviator, there’s a place …
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Growing from the gate to Ground Safety

With aspirations of becoming a neurosurgeon, Ground Safety Manager Jessyca Peeler began working as a customer service agent for Piedmont Airlines to help pay her college tuition. Being around aircraft and helping customers as a gate agent sparked her interest in pursuing a full-time career in aviation and as a result, she switched her major …
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Letting opportunities take flight

After reaching 1,000 flight hours, Ross Pinkard applied to be a First Officer at Piedmont with just 500 hours left to meet the minimum requirement of 1,500 flight hours. Wanting to support Ross and his career path to becoming a pilot, a recruiter shared that it would be beneficial for him to join the Cadet …
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Beating the odds and coming out a winner

Ten years ago, Ground Instructor Jeffrey Morse went to the doctor with a migraine headache that spiraled into emergency surgery for an aneurysm, suffering a spinal stroke as a result of the surgery and waking up paralyzed from the neck down. Given a 25% chance of survival, doctors gave him no hope of walking again …
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Five reasons pilots change airlines

Fact: Piedmont Airlines Pilots are the highest paid in the regional airline industry.  Does your pilot career path feel turbulent? It may be time for a course correction. Here are some clues that it’s time to change airlines:  You want to be paid what you’re worth. Piedmont offers industry-leading salary, bonuses, and high-quality affordable healthcare benefits. …
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