During the month of October, Endeavor Air welcomed more than 160 new employees to its team, including a record 92 during its mid-month Integrated Onboarding class. For the year, Endeavor has created career opportunities for more than 1,020 new employees, including more than 510 new pilots. These hiring numbers reflect the growth and stability Endeavor offers to prospective employees.
Also during October, Endeavor began taking delivery of incremental dual-class aircraft that are being transferred as part of Delta Connection’s fleet consolidation. By mid-2018, Endeavor will receive 28 additional CRJ-900 and three CRJ-700 aircraft; upon receipt of all aircraft, Endeavor’s fleet will be 154 total aircraft. As the bridging process takes place, Endeavor will equip these aircraft for overwater operations, expanding the reach of the airline’s network to fly to exciting new markets throughout the Bahamas.
“Strong hiring numbers, as well as incremental aircraft growth go hand-in-hand,” noted Ginny Zarras, Director, Talent Acquisition and Development, Endeavor Air. “Each new employee on property represents hours of work by our recruitment teams, who are continuously working to find qualified candidates that will be a part of our growth in 2018. We’re excited to welcome these amazing aviation professionals to our team, and look forward to seeing how they can contribute to our world class operation.”