A Reserve T-1A IP describes his job, explains how to get yourself the same good deal, and offers priceless advice for UPT students.
From getting paid to sit at home, to furloughs, to bankruptcies and more, we discuss how things work for airline pilots in an economic downturn.
Don’t be afraid of layovers during the COVID-19 pandemic! They give you an excuse to finally get some important things done.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) is wreaking havoc on our world. You need to be careful, but it doesn’t need to wreak havoc on your future. Here’s how to beat it.
Why regional to major airline flow-through programs are traps, and what to do about it.
Non Revenue (Free Standby) travel is a huge benefit for airline pilots that gets overlooked too often. Hopefully, this post will prevent that from now on.
An update on what it’s like to be one of the most junior Captains at a major airline.
Dear TPN, I just made $4,400 flying to New York and back for a slice of pizza. How was your day at work?
No, I’m not exaggerating or kidding you. While this is far from an everyday occurrence, each of us has the power to increase the likelihood of getting good deals like this. Read on to find out how!
by Jason Depew, TPN Staff Writer Delta just closed-out an Advanced Entitlement (AE)…a big, company-wide round of bidding for pilots…
by Jason Depew, TPN Staff Writer As a person who writes about how to get hired by the airlines, I…