AMERIFLIGHT & Epic Flight Academy present the Cadet Pathway Program.
$60,000 tuition reimbursement = debt-free flight training!
Fly multi-engine turbine aircraft as a Cargo Captain in 2.5 years!
From zero experience to major airline qualified in just 5.5 years!
Whether you’re fresh out of flight school or you’ve been flying for decades, Ameriflight offers the opportunity to get the most out of your career as a pilot.
For new pilots with budding careers in aviation, the path to becoming a Captain has never been more accessible. And for pilots with more experience under their belt, Ameriflight affords the opportunity to keep flying beyond the age of 65. This means that our pilots are able to continue pursuing their passion.
Depending on aircraft, Ameriflight allows pilots to earn the title of Captain at just 750 flight hours.
Beginning a career with Ameriflight means having access to top-notch training and promising opportunities. Working side-by-side with seasoned experts will set you up for success as you grow in your passion and profession.
Our pilots rack up PIC Turbine multi-engine hours while perfecting their stick and rudder skills in a hands-on work environment. Piloting turboprop aircraft in IFR conditions hones the instrument proficiency and airmanship that serves as the backbone of the rest of their careers.
Our pilot training has a 6-week footprint. It starts with one week of InDoc at our headquarters in Dallas, Texas (DFW). Week two is an instrument proficiency course called MEICC. After that, it’s aircraft specific training at various in-house locations depending on aircraft. Transportation, housing, pay, and per diem are provided during training.
Gateway & Flow-Through Programs -
At Ameriflight, we understand the value of ambition and progression. This is why we have a gateway program with UPS Airlines and flow-through agreements with Allegiant Air, Omni Air International, and Frontier Airlines.
Job Requirements -
All Pilot Positions
• Commercial Pilot License with multi-engine land and instrument rating or Airline Transport Pilot License
• Current Instrument Proficiency Check
• English Proficient
• High Performance and Complex logbook endorsements
• FAA Medical, First or Second Class
• FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit
• Current Passport
• Eligibility to work in the United States
• Valid driver’s license
• PA-31 VFR Captain: 750 TT, 50 ME, 100 XC (defined as point to point), 25 night, 500 PIC, 75 instrument
• PA-31 Captain: 1,200 TT, 50 ME, 500 XC (defined as point to point), 100 night, 500 PIC, 75 instrument
• BE99 Captain: 1,200 TT, 50 ME, 500 XC (defined as point to point), 100 night, 500 PIC, 75 instrument
• BE1900 Captain: 1,800 TT, 250 ME, 500 XC (defined as point to point), 100 night, 1,000 PIC, 100 instrument, 100 Turbine, 121 or 135 experience
• SA227 Captain: 2,500 TT, 250 ME, 500 XC (defined as point to point), 100 night, 1,000 PIC, 100 instrument, 200 Turbine, 121 or 135 experience
• EMB120 Captain: 3,000 TT, 500 ME, 500 XC (defined as point to point), 100 night, 1,000 PIC, 200 instrument, 500 Turbine, 121 or 135 experience