SkyWest Airlines Continues to Grow

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_SkyWest_Blue_SmallThere has never been a better time to fly at SkyWest Airlines. With almost 50 E175s today and more than 100 scheduled to be in the fleet by mid-2017, SkyWest is taking more new aircraft than any other regional airline. SkyWest’s newest aircraft will be deployed with multiple partners, including United Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Alaska Airlines, giving pilots more opportunity and exposure than any other regional pilot.

That continued growth means great opportunities for new pilots and upgrade times of three years or less. SkyWest pilots also enjoy:

Great quality of life with more than a dozen domiciles across the country

Pay that is at or near the top of the industry, plus multiple profit sharing programs and 401(k) match

A strong culture of professionalism, teamwork and success

Get more details about flying at SkyWest at SkyWest.com.

SOURCEAero Crew News, Feburary 2016
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Skywest Airlines
As a leading air service provider offering global access to millions of people each month, SkyWest partners with the world’s largest network carriers including United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, American Airlines and Alaska Airlines. With a fleet of 358 aircraft today, SkyWest is adding more new aircraft than any other regional airline and provides an exceptional career for the industry’s best pilots. SkyWest’s more than 11,500 aviation professionals operate more than 1,800 flights each day to more than 200 destinations throughout North America. SkyWest is known for its industry-leading workforce, exceptional leadership team, and continued solid operational and economic performance. The airline is headquartered in St. George, Utah. Visit www.skywest.com and skywest.com/pilot-pathway for more information and follow @SkyWestAirlines on Twitter.

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