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PSA Airlines Offers Top-Of-Industry Compensation For Aircraft Mechanics

July 16, 2021

PSA Airlines Offers Top-Of-Industry Compensation For Aircraft Mechanics

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 $60,000. This compensation provides A&P mechanics with unparalleled benefits and supports PSA’s objective to offer the most valuable career path in the regional industry to attract and retain the best mechanics.

“In this rapidly-changing industry, PSA is making the necessary compensation investments to provide the best career path in the regional business for mechanics,” said Steve Albaugh, Director of Maintenance – PSA Airlines. “There has never been a better time to join the PSA maintenance team and we are committed to developing aviation mechanics so they can reach their full potential.”

With these new changes, prospective A&P mechanics can look forward to the following benefits:

  • Industry-leading first-year pay up to $60,000
    • Base pay includes $25.24 per hour (includes third-shift premium)
  • $2,500 sign-on bonus
  • Experience bonus up to $15,000 for qualified mechanics
  • New tool box and tools for qualified A&P mechanics, valued at more than $5,000, to ensure mechanics have the resources to do their job when they begin their PSA career.
  • Comprehensive paid training

PSA has maintenance facilities in Akron-Canton Airport (CAK), Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG), Greenville-Spartanburg (GSP), Norfolk International Airport (ORF), Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV), Pensacola International Airport (PNS) and Dayton International Airport (DAY). As a mechanic at PSA, team members will be part of a dedicated group of professionals that place safety and compliance above all else. New-hire mechanics will receive comprehensive paid training on the CRJ 700 and CRJ 900 aircraft. This industry-leading training also leads to quick advancement opportunities for technical growth and departmental leadership.

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