Originally Posted by acl65pilot
It will. Trust me. Instruct there. Apply for Dal's internship for you summer after your first year. Also look at taking a semester off for one here. Less competitive.
Many may laugh at you working so hard but as you know seniority is everything. It saved me years and was able to upgrade at a regional at 25. Barring 9-11 I would have had a much different career. I hope nothing like that ever comes in your,way. Keep in touch with us mou seem to have your,head screwed on straight.
Originally Posted by lolwut
Hard work, in the timing department, frequently pays off well in this industry.
Good on ya. Keep it up. The ones who slack off will be pulling gear for you in no time.
Thanks. Like I said, though, I realize that it's practically unheard of currently for a 21 year old (that's what I'll be when I graduate) to become a new hire pilot with Delta. I'll tell you, though, I'm going to try and push as hard as I can to increase my chances of it happening.
(And by the way, when I do make it to Delta, I ain't leaving!)