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The path to becoming to flying commercially can be confusing, especially for student pilots who are just starting to earn their hours. 
That's why we offer collegiate aviators two different streamlined pathways to a First Officer position at GoJet.  Students in these programs transition directly to a GoJet training class upon completion of ATP minimums.  Plus, both programs offer tuition reimbursement to offset educational expenses. 


Becoming a commercial pilot will always take a tremendous amount of hard work and dedication.  But we've made the process a lot easier to understand. 

WINGMAN PIPELINE PROGRAM
This program identifies promising pilots while they're still in flight school and gives them a behind the scenes look at what to expect when they land their first commercial airline job.

Benefits include:
  • Program participants from approved pipline schools will receive $10,000 in tuition reimbursement upon completing GoJet Airlines’ First Officer Training program (Paid to the
    student in three installments over one year).
  • Wingman interns can earn $2,500 for every pilot they refer to GoJet that is hired and successful in our  
    training program (funds are banked until the Wingmen become GoJet First Officers).
  • Wingman interns are mentored by a GoJet Captain or experienced First Officer throughout the duration of their internship.
  • Participants receive limited flight benefits, as well as limited jumpseat priviliges, providing the rare opportunity to view a commercial flight from the flight deck.
  • Participants receive GoJet training materials months prior to reporting for class to increase their chances of success in our training program.

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PARTNERSHIP WITH ATP FLIGHT SCHOOL
ATP Flight School students who commit to flying for GoJet after earning their hours can earn $11,000 in tuition reimbursement.

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