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​ PSA Airlines OFFERS top-of-industry COMPENSATION FOR MECHANICS

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DAYTON, Ohio – PSA Airlines, a wholly owned subsidiary of American Airlines, is enhancing its compensation package for Airframe/Powerplant (A&P) mechanics, with top-of-industry rates for first-year pay up to $58,600. This compensation provides A&P mechanics with unparalleled benefits and supports PSA’s growth mission by remaining competitive in the regional industry to retain and attract the best mechanics.

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PSA and ALPA Work Together to Offer Pilots the Regional Industry’s Highest Pay

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PSA Airlines, along with ALPA leadership, announced changes to pilot pay that are effective April 1, 2019. Highlights of the new pay package include: year-one First Officer pay at $50.22 per hour; $18,000 new-hire signing bonus paid over a two-year period; and First Officer and Captain wage scale adjustments to ensure team members are progressing at top-of-industry rates until the time they are eligible to flow to American Airlines. 

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PSA Airlines Introduces Industry Leading Pathway Program For Maintenance Professionals

 Industry Leading Pathway Program For Maintenance Professionals

DAYTON, Ohio – PSA Airlines, a wholly owned subsidiary of American Airlines, is introducing an industry-leading program that provides the most valuable path for interested students at its partner schools to transition from the classroom to the aviation maintenance hangars at PSA. Through the partnership, students are eligible to receive up to $2,000 to cover the cost of earning their Airframe & Powerplant (A&P) license and will receive immediate placement as a PSA mechanic once their certification is completed. PSA currently has premier partnerships with local schools Great Oaks Career Center, Miami Valley Career Technology Center and Sinclair Community College. 

 Industry Leading Pathway Program For Maintenance Professionals

PSA Airlines Introduces Tiered Premium Pay Program for Pilots

New pay structure allows pilots to take control of their pay

PSA Airlines announced key changes to its pilot pay program that provides pilots with the opportunity to earn a portion of premium pay, even if only flying their line as originally awarded. The new pay system is a productivity-based system which recognizes and rewards those pilots who show up and work to make PSA Airlines the most reliable airline for our customers.  Any pilot who has a line credit value above 75 hours at the end of the month is guaranteed some amount of premium pay.

New pay structure allows pilots to take control of their pay

PSA Airlines Offers Rapid Upgrade Opportunity for First Officers Ready to Upgrade to Captain

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PSA Airlines is offering prospective qualified First Officer candidates the opportunity to take control of their careers and secure a rapid upgrade to Captain at the fastest-growing regional carriers in the industry. Qualified and eligible candidates will receive an enhanced incentive bonus up to $41,520 including $20,000 prior to starting their career with PSA, a $16,520 sign-on bonus and a $5,000 CRJ experience bonus.

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