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Old 02-02-2020, 06:58 AM   #1  
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Default Boutique Air / Ameriflight Aviate program

I saw on the united aviate page that boutique air and ameriflight is now listed on their approved part 135. Anyone have any details on the program? Is it better to go to a regional and then interview or interview at a part 135 level? my guess would be to have part 121 experience under your belt before interviewing with united.
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I saw on the united aviate page that boutique air and ameriflight is now listed on their approved part 135. Anyone have any details on the program? Is it better to go to a regional and then interview or interview at a part 135 level? my guess would be to have part 121 experience under your belt before interviewing with united.
I believe you can sign up for the program while at Ameriflight/Boutique, or at a United Express regional. If you're building hours at Ameriflight/Boutique, or one of the approved universities/flight schools, sign up ASAP to begin your seniority. At Ameriflight, you only need to build 750 hours/18 months with the company before moving on to a United Express regional, where you stay until reaching 2000 121-hours/24 months. After that, you have a no-interview transition to United Airlines. That's all I know about the program right now.
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I believe you can sign up for the program while at Ameriflight/Boutique, or at a United Express regional. If you're building hours at Ameriflight/Boutique, or one of the approved universities/flight schools, sign up ASAP to begin your seniority. At Ameriflight, you only need to build 750 hours/18 months with the company before moving on to a United Express regional, where you stay until reaching 2000 121-hours/24 months. After that, you have a no-interview transition to United Airlines. That's all I know about the program right now.
You can apply, currently at BTQ and have an interview scheduled in a couple weeks.
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