GoJet Airlines Announces Participation in the ATP Tuition Reimbursement Program
April 17, 2015
GoJet Airlines is pleased to announce that it has teamed with ATP Flight School to offer financial assistance to aspiring commercial aviators as part of ATP’s new Tuition Reimbursement Program. This program mitigates ATP loan repayment obligations or rebates a portion of ATP tuition payment costs for eligible participants. In exchange, ATP flight instructors commit to flying for GoJet after earning the requisite number of hours.
"One of the biggest barriers to entry for pilots in commercial aviation is the cost of earning 1,500 hours of flight time," said Terry Basham, Chief Operating Officer at GoJet Airlines. "This program eases the financial burden associated with the earning of those hours, while simultaneously ensuring that GoJet has a direct pipeline to top-notch talent at ATP Flight School."
"ATP students have access to numerous loan options for full financing of airline career pilot program flight training. This agreement will allow for a portion of students’ training costs to be paid for by GoJet, rather than the students themselves," said Justin Dennis, Vice President, ATP.
In addition to ATP tuition reimbursement, GoJet offers referral and mentor bonuses, along with one of the most generous commuter policies in the industry.
About GoJet Airlines
GoJet Airlines operates a fleet of 47 Bombardier CRJ700 aircraft and provides scheduled air service for United Airlines (as United Express) and Delta Air Lines (as Delta Connection). Starting in 2015, GoJet will add 7 CRJ900 aircraft to its Delta fleet. Based in St. Louis and with crew bases in St. Louis, Denver, Raleigh-Durham and Chicago, GoJet serves over 4 million passengers annually, with more than 220 daily flights providing service to over 60 destinations.
ContactsStacey Putnam Ross
Corporate Communications Manager
[email protected] Paul Templeton
Director of Airline Services
ATP Flight School