Dream of Driving a Dreamliner, Long for that Long Layover in Lima, Betting on Banking Big Bucks? Many of us pilots dream of flying for a Mainline Airline. To answer your “How do I get there?” and “Who can get me there the fastest?”, we lined up former CommutAir Captain and recent United Airlines Career Path Program graduate, Captain Larry, for a Q&A.
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That’s right! Last month, CommutAir set the air speed record for the fastest time to send a pilot to United Airlines through the Career Path Program (CPP). Captain Mike, who joined the company in January 2016, as a First Officer, springboarded to United in February 2018 – after just 2 years and 10 days! Many of you have asked “How come?” and “Will I get to do the same?” The answers are simple:
It wasn't until last Thursday, Feb. 15, that travelers could once again board an airplane operated by CommutAir at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, even though the regional air carrier moved its corporate headquarters to North Olmsted last year.
We are pleased to establish a test program which provides line and hangar maintenance employees with winter jackets at Albany, Newark, and Washington Dulles.
New partnership lays out clear path from college to United cockpit in 5-7 years, partners say