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United Airlines Launches New Pilot Recruitment and Development Program

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United Airlines announced the launch of Aviate, its new pilot recruitment program and career website, offering aspiring and established pilots more opportunities and the fastest paths to achieving their dreams and becoming a United First Officer and, ultimately, Captain. (hub.united.com) Mehr...

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Relics
Relics 8
I usually don’t have many great things to say about United, but I love this idea. Hope to see some good people become even better pilots!
jmanley20
John Manley 1
meh.... https://careers.southwestair.com/D225 this programs much much better ;)
alexa320
alex hidveghy 1
Doesn’t sound particularly innovative to me, lots of words, few specific, concrete steps apart from the 2 years and 2000 hours. Initially on reading the headline, I thought they were talking about ab initio training like some of the major European airlines do or have done for decades.
Be real interesting what exactly they mean by fast track to Captain.
In my experience, the bigger the airline in terms of crew, the longer to upgrade, usually decades......but I may be wrong. Good luck.
susandale42
Susan Mandeville 1
I think 10th graders should have an opportunity to take an"interest and ability" test if they were at all interested in aviation. You can tell by that age if they would ever make it in aviation.
mkeflyer
mkeflyer 1
There is so many highly qualified pilots flying their passengers now, give them the promotion they are waiting for instead the majors keep the flood of low time pilots with very little PIC time.
alexa320
alex hidveghy -1
They should do what the Europeans do. Much more effective than what the US legacy carriers have done over the last 3 or 4 decades. Just MHO since I’ve gone through both processes so know a thing or two......
jmanley20
John Manley 1
guess United said "screw you" to my airline and we fly solely for them......... lol ok.
n4adk
Adam Kimbrough 0
Unfortunately, United's new MIleagePlus "upgrades" are biased towards the weekly traveler. The less frequent, long-distance traveler will now suffer to achieve upgrade status.
watkinssusan
mary susan watkins 0
in the past,to my knowledge, the major airlines have always recruited ,hired and trained their cockpit crews with their own programs,business model and types of aircraft..they do hire persons with experience and flight hours from other carriers or even those who have attended one of those "collegiate" type flight schools..i guess this new idea is worth a try because there are fewer people in the flight pool these days..

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