03 May 2024

PSA Airlines | Cadet

Hebron, KY, United States


Responsibilities Program Overview PSA is one of the first regional airlines to launch its Cadet Program to help the most promising future pilots make a smooth transition from the classroom to the cockpit. The Cadet Program initiative is just one other way PSA Airlines offers the most comprehensive benefits to its pilots. PSA Airlines is the fastest-growing regional airline in the country and with the fastest upgrade time in the industry and a true pilot-flow-through agreement to American, your career as a mainline pilot for the largest airline in the world can start here. Available at select universities, colleges and flight academies. Your eligibility begins once you complete your Private Pilot Certificate. Successfully complete an interview with PSA to become a Cadet in the program. Cadets are offered numerous opportunities, including mentorship with airline industry experts and internships. Upon completion of your CFI, you are eligible to become a Cadet Instructor which allows you to receive: Up to $5,000 in partial tuition reimbursement (Forwarded from new hire bonus) paid to you as you build time. Cadet Instructor placement (Support finding employment with flight schools as an instructor) academies. ATP-CTP Course paid upon reaching ATP/R-ATP minimum flight experience requirements. PSA will pay for the ATP-CTP course (valued at $5,000) for qualified candidates needing to complete the ATP written exam prior to new hire training. Hotel accommodations and ground transportation during the ATP-CTP course will be provided. Get placed into the next available class at PSA upon reaching minimums, no additional interview required. Receive an additional $7,500 flight training assistance at the Senior Cadet. Flow-through to American Airlines with no additional interview, once completing requirements at PSA. New hires at PSA are projected to flow to American Airlines after only 6 years. Qualifications Must have at least a private pilot certificate Must be a current flight student OR CFI, actively instructing No more than three check ride failures No accident or incident determined by the NTSB to be negligent on behalf of the pilot/aviator. Ability to obtain a First Class Medical Ability to obtain a Valid Passport Ability to obtain FCC Restricted Radio Operator’s Permit Must be able to meet the necessary hours and qualification under the ATP requirements or the restricted ATP requirements Cadets eligible for a R-ATP (1000 or 1250 hours), must have no more than 700 hours Cadets requiring ATP (1500 hours), must have no more than 1000 hours If hired, must be able to demonstrate that you are authorized to work in the US. Must be able to speak, read and write in English Interview Process Interview process is broken down into 3 sections: Section 1 – HR Interview – Cadet Section 2 – Technical Evaluation – Senior Cadet Section 3 – Captain Review Board and Letter of Commitment – Cadet Instructor


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