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Aero Crew News

June 2017

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It was August, 1966. I had 180 hours in my little black log book. The ink wasn't even dry on my instrument ticket but I was headed to Kansas City, Missouri to be interviewed for a "flight officer" position...

Trip Credit

When a pilot flies a trip, they are issued a credit toward their “minimum monthly guarantee” based on how many hours were flown on that trip.  When the credits for the monthly trip totals exceed the number of hours...

The 1500 Hour Rule

3As most aspiring professional pilots are probably aware, in 2010 Congress passed the “Airline Safety and Federal Aviation Administration Act of 2010” which would ultimately implement sweeping changes to the Part 121 airline industry, including new rest requirements and...
This unique program allows experienced pilots join GoJet as a Captain, rather than a First Officer. This program is ideal for First Officers at other regionals who meet Captain requirements, but are facing long upgrade times. Starting pay for...

Dreams Soar

Aviation is one of the most intriguing industries. It fascinates anyone who has experienced it, beginning with those who command the skies to get us safely from one place to another – the pilots. Having a cockpit, as an...
August proved to be an eventful month, with Envoy continuing to grow its fleet and provide the most reliable career path for future commercial pilots. On Tuesday, Aug. 22, representatives from Envoy took an Embraer 145 to Tulsa, Okla., to...
Let’s face it, obtaining an Airline Transport Pilot rating and complying with the new Federal Aviation Regulations 117 rules along with attaining a college education isn’t easy or cheap.  I akin it to becoming a Medical Doctor or ESQ...