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An airline pilot has one of the best jobs in the world. Besides a chance to travel the world and explore amazing foreign cultures, pilots can make a solid salary. First year salaries range from $25,000 to over $50,000 per year. Your annual salary could grow to nearly $200-300,000 if you work for a company for over 10-15 years. Retirement and benefit packages for pilots often exceed those found in other professions. Such high earnings and excellent perks are some of the best parts of being a pilot.

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Spartan College and American Eagle Airlines establish Pilot Pipeline Program

Alliance creates strategy to fill positions with qualified pilots (TULSA, Okla.) – Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology and American Eagle Airlines announced today the establishment of a Pilot Pipeline Program to recruit and train pilots eligible for hire upon degree and training completion.

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Do you know someone who's considering a career in aviation? Now is the time-- there is always demand for technicians and maintenance crew staff. Additionally, demand for pilots is rising: American Airlines needs 1,500 new pilots between now and 2018. Enrolling at Spartan now can put aspiring pilots on the path towards their goals. Our nationally-accredited, FAA-approved flight school has been training pilots since the 1920s. Click here to start a new application now!

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Want to earn your wings? Flying can be an exciting, adventurous hobby—or a challenging career path. If you’re researching flight schools and pilot training programs, you’ll want to pick a school that is approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). You will see programs listed as “Part 61” or “Part 141”. These refer to two sections of Federal Aviation Regulations that govern pilot training programs. You can enroll in either type of program to become a private or commercial pilot. However, each program has a different structure and requirements for completion before you take your licensing exams. Part 61 Training Programs Training courses covered under FAR Part 61 cover all of the basics that pilots need to know in order to take their FAA Knowledge and Practical exams. They are a best fit program for those who wish to become private or hobby aviators, although it is possible to prepare for commercial licensing exams in a Part 61 program. The main benefits of Part 61 programs include:

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