Roughly 200 graduates, airline executives, industry professionals, and current flight instructors attended the ATP Alumni Association's 2nd reception honoring Airline Career Pilot Program grads.
It was an exciting evening, hosted at the American Airlines CR Smith Museum in Dallas, Texas. Food and beverages were enjoyed throughout the night, while guests were able to explore the museum and history of American Airlines. With more ATP alumni going on to fly for American than any other major airline, it was a fitting venue.
Thank you to all the alumni who attended this second networking reception and made it a memorable evening reuniting over the shared ATP experience, while forming new connections.
Not only does ATP have more graduates flying for airlines than any other academy, but ATP alumni represent the most professional pilot group in the industry. While all alumni were honored during the event, of particular note was ATP graduate Jordan Lascomb. After attending ATP in 2013, Jordan instructed at the Phoenix-Mesa training center before moving on to SkyWest Airlines. She is now proudly flying for Southwest Airlines and is an advocate in the industry, mentoring and supporting many fellow and future pilots.
Southwest Airlines First Officer and ATP graduate Jordan Lascomb honored during the alumni reception.
Upcoming ATP Alumni Association Events
Save the date for the next ATP Alumni Association event hosted during the 31st International Women in Aviation Conference, at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort, in Orlando Florida from March 5th to 7th, 2020.
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The ATP Alumni Association engages and supports ATP's Airline Career Pilot Program graduates through fostering an active network of ATP pilots flying at nearly every domestic airline — recognizing their achievements, establishing partnerships, and creating networking opportunities through association sponsored events.