L3 Airline Academy and CommutAir have come together to provide L3 cadets with access to resources and guidance to make a seamless transition from flight school to an Airline career!
Enrolling in our Professional Pilot Program or Airline Pilot Track will provide you with the opportunity to apply to become a CommutAir Cadet. CommutAir pilots have access to a direct path to United Airlines!Request Info
Why join CommutAir?
1,000+ Weekly Flights
United Airlines Career Path Program
Flights to 50+ Destinations
Fleet of Embraer ERJ145s
CommutAir Development Program
Students enrolled in the CommutAir Pilot Development programs complete a thorough mentoring process to gain an understanding of airline operations and professionalism. Once completed, students may participate in a paid internship and interview for a contingent job offer before they graduate from their collegiate programs.
Benefits of flying for CommutAir include:
- Up to $74,000 as a first year First Officer
- Electronic Flight Bag (EFB)
- Industry Leading Commuter Benefits
- Preferential Bidding System
- No-Cost ATP/CTP Course
- EWR and IAD – Our crew bases are at United hubs – one hop away from most airports
From CommutAir to United Airlines
Take advantage of CommutAir's Pilot Development Program and their United Career Path Program!
Find out how you can go from no flight experience to flying at United Airlines via CommutAir:
Step 1 - Enroll at L3
The first step in your journey to becoming an Airline Pilot is to enroll in our Professional Pilot Program or Airline Pilot Track. Both of these programs include accredited curriculum and airline oriented training that can take you from no experience to becoming a Certified Flight Instructor in as little as 15 months!
Step 2 - Join the Pilot Development Program
The next step is to apply to the CommutAir Pilot Development Program. If accepted, you will be receive mentoring and an opportunity to participate in a paid internship!
Step 3 - Build Your Experience
Those that complete our Professional Pilot Program or Airline Pilot Track are guaranteed an interview to Flight Instruct at L3 in Florida. Our Instructors fly an average of 100 hours per month and 96% of our cadets who stay at L3 to instruct are placed at an airline!
Step 4 - Become an Airline Pilot
After reaching the FAA mandated 1500 hours of flight time, you will be eligible to earn your Airline Transport Pilot Certificate. As a CommutAir First Officer, you can recieve up to $74,000 your first year!
Step 5 - Fly at United Airlines
The United Career Path Program (CPP) is designed to identify talented CommutAir pilot recruits and place them on a direct path to a United Airlines flight deck. The record is 2 years and 10 days from CommutAir Indoc to United Indoc!
The Major Airlines await!
Thank you for your interest in one of our career programs.
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