Candidates looking to join Breeze Airways will be US Aviation Academy Part 141 Flight Training alumni that have become Flight Instructors. At ATP Minimums, Flight Instructors will be eligible for the program to interview with Breeze Airways.
Breeze Airways Steps and Benefits
How To Participate
- Apply for our Accelerated Flight Training
- Become a Certified Flight Instructor
- Reach Hour Requirements
- Interview with Breeze Airways
- Start Jet Training!
Basic Minimum Requirements
- 1,500 ATP Minimums
- 23 Years Old
- First Class Medical
- Valid Passport
- Legal Right to Work in the US
Breeze Airways Additional Details
- First Year, First Officers: $105 an hour
- First Year, Captain: $180 an hour
- Max Seniority Captain: $250
- Significant growth and expansion planned over the next 5 years
- Crew Bases Bradley Int’l Airport, CT (BDL), Tampa, FL (TPA), New Orleans, LA (MSY), Norfolk, VA (ORF)
- Airline Pilot Central For Details
Crew Base Locations For Current Students and Instructors
- New Orleans, LA ideal for our Denton, Texas (DTO), Fort Worth, Texas (AFW), and Conroe, Texas (CXO) Campus
- Bradley Int’l Airport, CT, and Norfork, VA ideal for our Hudson Valley, NY (POU) Campus
- Other Available Crew Bases
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do I Have To Train Part 141 to Be Hired by Breeze Airways?
Our Part 141 Professional Pilot Training is revered for the quality of experience, professionalism, and safety-conscious pilots that it produces. To become a Flight Instructor at US Aviation Academy, you must attend those courses Part 141.
After completing the 9-month training program, our Flight Instructors average out at about 900 flight hours a year.
How Long Do You Have to Train Before I Am a First Officer?
While our programs are built to work directly with you and your schedule, we recommend enrolling in our Accelerated Training Program in order to earn your Commercial and Flight Instructor Certificate in 9 months.
What is Accelerated Flight Training?
The ability to fly as quickly as possible to achieve the highest flight training certificate needed to start your time building. 9 months can get you from a private pilot to a certified flight instructor! Learn more about our Accelerated Flight Training Program
Can Flight Training Schools utilize GI Bill®?
US Aviation Academy is a VA Approved Flight School that can help fully utilize your Veteran and GI Bill® benefits. Learn more about how to maximize our VA Approved Flight Training GI Bill® benefits.