Regional Airline Pipeline Program
Do you have your CFI and aspire to become an airline pilot? Great! Do you want to streamline your path from Certified Flight Instructor to airline pilot? Fantastic! You’ve come to the right place. US Aviation Academy prides itself on offering top-of-the-line flight instruction and training that’s timely and stays within budgetary constraints. With our Regional Airline Pipeline Program, we conveniently provide Certified Flight Instructors the means to attain airline pilot status quickly and efficiently with the help from Envoy Airlines.
Envoy Airlines Pipeline Instructor Program
US Aviation Academy has a partnership with Envoy Airlines that’s designed to develop a career path from CFI to Regional Airline Pilot. This exciting program gives pilots a secured position at Envoy while they accumulate time toward the ATP minimum flight experience requirements. Not only does our pipeline program provide a streamlined career path, but Envoy also hires and employs instructors while they are still instructing!
What does this mean for the CFI? It means that while flight instructing, he or she will have medical, dental and vision benefits, as well as travel privileges with American Airlines and Envoy! Once pipeline instructors reach the ATP minimums and 50 hours of multi-engine experience, Envoy will place them into new-hire pilot training in the next new hire class.
How to Apply for Our Airline Pilot Program
Applying for US Aviation’s airline pilot program is easy. Simply complete an application on Airline Applications, and then send an email with your resume to: Pipeline.Instructor@aa.com. We will fly selected applicants to American Airlines/Envoy headquarters in Fort Worth, Texas for the interview. Those selected from the recruitment process will then go to an interview at one of our partner schools. Once Envoy and US Aviation approve them, Envoy will hire the pilots, who will work as instructors at our aviation academy until achieving their ATP minimums.
- Commercial Pilot Certification with multi-engine and instrument ratings.
- CFI and CFII Instructor Certifications
- Current FAA First Class Medical
- At least 21 years of age
- FCC License
- Valid Passport
Applicants for this airline pilot program must possess the legal right to work in the United States and have the ability to travel in and out of the United States and to all cities and countries Envoy serves. Also, applicants must have the ability to work weekends, nights, shifts, holidays and overnight trips. They must fulfill government-required criminal background checks in order to qualify for unescorted access privileges to airport security identification display areas and secure airport authority and/or U.S. Customs security badges, if applicable. This airline pilot program requires all applicants to be able to read, write, fluently speak and understand the English language.
Have a question about this exciting airline pilot program? Feel free to call and speak to our flight staff or send us an email. Resumes may be submitted via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.