PLAN A (DELTA CAPTAIN) & PLAN B (AIRPORT MANAGER)

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1. CAREER - PLAN A & PLAN B DELTA AIRLINE PILOT & AIRPORT MANAGER 2. DELTA AIRLINE PILOT FIRST OFFICER -> CAPTAIN PLAN A MAIN GOAL 3. Job Title and Description…
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  • 1. CAREER - PLAN A & PLAN B DELTA AIRLINE PILOT & AIRPORT MANAGER
  • 2. DELTA AIRLINE PILOT FIRST OFFICER -> CAPTAIN PLAN A MAIN GOAL
  • 3. Job Title and Description Delta Airlines Pilot position of First Officer leading to Captain Flies passengers to their destination. Ensures that the flight is conducted safely and that all rules and regulations are maintained. Obtains flight information and studies in route weather and situation. Ensures the safety of the aircraft and upholds customer satisfaction and works to uphold Delta Airline standards.
  • 4. Required Education and Experience Must be 23 years of age, graduate a four year accredited degree program from a University, have a passport, meet all ATP requirements, and have a First Class Medical. Have fixed-wing commercial pilots license with instrument rating, 1500 hours total flight time, and 1000 hours fixed wing turboprop or turbofan time. More experience is usually required to get hired by Delta and usually nobody under 3500 hours of flight time are hired.
  • 5. Starting Salary and Potential Pay Increases First Officer starting salary at $54,000 Captain starting salary at $99,840-$210,600 Increase in salary every year with the First Officers topping out at $74,100-$144,800 Increase in salary every year with Captain topping out at $108,420-$210,600
  • 6. Domiciles LAX, MSP, NYC, SEA, SLC, ATL, DTW, and CVG
  • 7. Work Schedule vs. Time Off Regulated max yearly flight hours is 1000 hours, but Delta guarantees a minimum of 65 hours monthly. Flight time will make up about half of the time at the job, but will come to about a full time job. Time away from home and family are almost guaranteed while staying in another city between flights, but should get significant stretches of days off between work times.
  • 8. Benefits and Perks Travel privileges, health and wellness insurance, financial benefits including retirement, paid vacation, holiday, and personal time, adoption assistance, and matching gifts to education programs.
  • 9. Quality of Life Great quality of life with a respected company in a prestigious position. Hard separation from family and home during a significant travel time. Ability to travel and see the world. Great income and benefits. Sense of accomplishment for a unique, challenging, and adventurous job.
  • 10. Progression/Upward Mobility Seniority based positions with potential to move from First Officer to Captain on a variety of aircraft with the possibility of even becoming number one as Chief Pilot
  • 11. Retirement 401k with matching up to 5%, and profit sharing options
  • 12. SKYWEST AIRLINE PILOT FIRST OFFICER -> CAPTAIN PLAN A ENTRY POSITION
  • 13. Job Title and Description Skywest Airlines Pilot position of First Officer leading to Captain Flies passengers to their destination. Ensures that the flight is conducted safely and that all rules and regulations are maintained. Obtains flight information and studies in route weather and situation. Ensures the safety of the aircraft and upholds customer satisfaction and works to uphold Skywest Airline standards.
  • 14. Required Education and Experience Must be 21 years of age, be English proficient, be a US citizen, meet minimum hour requirements below, and have a First Class Medical. Have fixed-wing commercial pilots license with instrument rating, and be within three months of the minimum flight hour requirement to get either an ATP at 1500 flight hours or a Restricted ATP at 1000 flight hours.
  • 15. Starting Salary and Potential Pay Increases First Officer starting salary at $27,360 Captain starting salary at $55,362-$60,192 Increase in salary every year with the First Officers topping out at $41,952-$45,600 Increase in salary every year with Captain topping out at $98,496-$106,704
  • 16. Domiciles COS, DEN, FAT, IAH, LAX, MSP, ORD, PDX, PHX, PSP, SEA, SFO, SLC, and TUS.
  • 17. Work Schedule vs. Time Off Regulated max yearly flight hours is 1000 hours, but Delta guarantees a minimum of 76 hours monthly. Flight time will make up about half of the time at the job, but will come to about a full time job with a minimum daily guarantee at 4:12 hours. Time away from home and family are almost guaranteed while staying in another city between flights, but should get significant stretches of days off between work times to come to about a quarter of the time away.
  • 18. Benefits and Perks Travel privileges, health and wellness insurance, financial benefits including retirement, variety of resources available that allows paid time away from work, and assistance programs.
  • 19. Quality of Life Great quality of life with a respected company in a good position. Hard separation from family and home during a significant travel time. Ability to travel and see the world. Good income and benefits. Sense of accomplishment for a unique, challenging, and adventurous job.
  • 20. Progression/Upward Mobility Seniority based positions with potential to move from First Officer to Captain on a variety of aircraft with the possibility of even becoming number one as Chief Pilot
  • 21. Retirement 401k with matching depending on years of service, and stock purchase plan.
  • 22. AIRPORT MANAGER PLAN B MAIN GOAL
  • 23. Job Title and Description Airport Managers are ultimately responsible for all aspects of an airport that deals with many aspects of aviation They are in charge of cooperating and enforcing all federal regulations and rules at their airport, they coordinate and sign with different airlines, prepare and plan for emergency situations, are over all airport employees, ensure safety for all employees and personnel, and are responsible for all fiscal and physical growth of the airport.
  • 24. Required Education and Experience Requires a Bachelor degree from a university or college such as a Bachelor in Aviation Science - Emphasis in Aviation Administration or equivalent. Requires certification of an Accredited Airport Executive credential earned through the AAAE by means of a multiple choice and written exam. Requires 5-10 years of previous experience in airport department management such as an assistant airport management position. Requires a continued earning of 55 credits acquired over a course of three years such as credited college classes or AAAE events and seminars.
  • 25. Starting Salary and Potential Pay Increases Salary of airport managers varies based on size and earnings of the airport being managed. Salaries vary from about $30,000-$100,000 with a mean salary of airport managers being $55,000. Potential pay increase will vary based on airport, but will not increase too much other than bonuses earned and profit sharing of airport.
  • 26. Location Locations vary across the country depending on what airport is being managed.
  • 27. Work Schedule vs. Time Off Full time job, but will be salary based because of the high management position, so hours could be less or go over 40hrs depending on responsibilities and coordination with assistants. Should allow time off with family.
  • 28. Benefits and Perks Benefits and perks will vary depending on the airport being managed, but should include health and wellness benefits, bonus pay opportunities, retirement options, and time off while technically being payed.
  • 29. Quality of Life Varies depending on airport being managed, but a steady job with time home and with family, along with a sense of accomplishment in a job that is challenging.
  • 30. Progression/Upward Mobility Airport managers are at the top end of their airport, but could always transfer to larger and higher earning airports across the country if desired.
  • 31. Retirement Should have retirement options such as 401k and profit sharing of the airport.
  • 32. AIRPORT DEPARTMENT MANAGER PLAN B ENTRY POSITION
  • 33. Job Title and Description Being a airport department manager would vary depending on which department of the airport you are managing, but would involve complete responsibility over the department with added responsibilities of employee relations and safety.
  • 34. Required Education and Experience Experience in department management would vary depending on the position, but a Bachelor in Aviation Science - Emphasis on Aviation Administration or other equivalent would go far towards improving potential employment.
  • 35. Starting Salary and Potential Pay Increases Pay would vary depending on department position and the size of the airport, but would be lower at a starting salary of around $20,000 with the potential to be upward to $40,000 and potentially have pay increase.
  • 36. Location Locations vary across the country depending on what airport the position is in.
  • 37. Work Schedule vs. Time Off A full time job, but because it would be a management position it is almost guaranteed to be salary based instead of hourly pay, but should have significant time off that is technically paid.
  • 38. Benefits and Perks Varies depending on department, but almost guaranteed health and wellness benefits with potential paid time away from work
  • 39. Quality of Life Varies depending on department position, but a steady job with time home and with family, along with a sense of accomplishment with various responsibilities.
  • 40. Progression/Upward Mobility The entry position as department managers allows the possibility to gain experience in order to move upward towards the ultimate goal to airport manager.
  • 41. Retirement Varies depending on position, but almost guaranteed 401k.
  • 42. PERSONAL INPUT MY ULTIMATE DREAM IS TO BE AN AIRLINE CAPTAIN AT DELTA, BUT HAVING A BACK UP PLAN OF BECOMING AN AIRPORT MANAGER INCASE OF A LOSS OF MEDICAL ALSO EXCITES ME. I LOVE EVERYTHING THERE IS ABOUT BECOMING A PILOT, AND YET AIRPORT MANAGEMENT INTERESTS ME AND I FEEL LIKE I WOULD ENJOY IT. MY ONLY WORRY OF HAVING TO FALL BACK ON MY PLAN B IS HAVING MY STUDENT DEBT FROM FLIGHT TRAINING PAID OFF BEFORE STARTING UP ANOTHER YEAR OF SCHOOL. I HOPE THIS WAS INFORMATIVE TO ANYONE INTERESTED IN THESE CAREERS AND HOPE YOU MAKE
  • 43. Resources http://www.deltajobs.net/travel_and_benefits.htm http://www.deltajobs.net/pilot_qualifications.htm http://www.airlinepilotcentral.com/airlines/legacy/delta_air_lines http://www.airlinepilotcentral.com/airlines/regional/skywest http://www.skywest.com/skywest-airline-jobs/career- benefits/#/travel/ http://www.skywest.com/skywest-airline-jobs/career-guides/flight- jobs/#/career-guide
  • 44. Resources https://www1.cfnc.org/Plan/For_A_Career/Career_Pr ofile/Career_Profile.aspx?id=jGWPH3sXAP2BPAXtq xTk4RKskDJGwXAP3DPAXXAP3DPAX&screen=1 http://study.com/articles/Become_an_Airport_Manag er_Education_and_Career_Roadmap.html http://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Airport_ Manager/Salary
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