ExpressJet will be attending the AeroCrew Solutions pilot job fair in Chicago on Saturday, May 18. For more information about this event please visit www.aerocrewsolutions.com/pilot-job-fair/.
Being an ExpressJet pilot is more than just flying from Point A to Point B; it’s upholding the highest levels of professionalism while working with our flight attendants, dispatchers, mechanics and station agents to deliver safe and reliable service to all of our passengers on every flight.
ExpressJet Pilot Minimum Requirements:
Our recruiting team reviews online resumes and applications, and invites the most qualified applicants for an interview. During the interview, the applicant will be questioned on judgment, decision making, general aviation knowledge, instrument procedures, weather, AIM, and all FARs. Education, training history, and employment history will be reviewed. We recommend a review of the commercial, instrument and ATP test guide questions, AIM and FARs before attending the interview. In most cases, candidates who are unsuccessful in their interview must wait 90 days before re-interviewing.
How to Apply:
ExpressJet is hiring pilots. Individuals interested in joining our team may create an application or update their existing applications via AirlineApps.com. Applications for employment as an ExpressJet pilot must be submitted through AirlineApps.com. Applications may be submitted free of charge, though a fee may be charged if you wish to join AirlineApps as a member for added features. If you are already a member of the AirlineApps system, sign in to your account and add ExpressJet to your target listing. New users can create an account to begin the application process.
Advanced Jet Training
Applicants who have completed a structured jet training program may be eligible for lower minimums. To comply with approved Advanced Jet Training the course must provide:
Schools meeting these parameters:
Take a look at our job descriptions, and then tell us how you can make the ExpressJet difference.