Play the video below and get a behind the scenes look at becoming an Envoy Pilot.
As a wholly owned subsidiary of American Airlines Group, Envoy is the largest regional airline provider for American, the world’s largest airline. And with an industry leading flow-through agreement to American, Envoy pilots have a direct path to a mainline flying career, with no additional interview required.
There’s never been a better, or more lucrative, time to become a pilot. With a starting pay rate for new hires of more than $50 per hour, increased sign-on bonuses, and opportunities for career advancement, Envoy is leading the industry in pilot compensation.
* Terms and conditions apply.
**Approximately based on Cadet Program.
†Balance of First Officer Sign-on Bonus.
I really appreciate how Envoy provides pilots with opportunities to enhance their careers in ways that appeal to each individual person. Every pilot also has the opportunity to flow-through to American Airlines, which opens up many new possibilities, like flying larger aircraft, visiting international destinations and growing as a professional aviator.”
CA Brett Cavitt
One the best things I love about flying for Envoy is the friends I’ve made, because we all have a bond of what we do, not everybody can do it. My pilot friends and I will always be friends.”
When I was brand new, being young and a female, I used to feel like I had to prove myself, but over the years have learned that all of Envoy pilots have had wonderful training and wouldn't be here if they weren't qualified.”
Envoy is a great place to start your career to get the training and experience you’ll need to join our world-class team at American. Envoy pilots receive outstanding training, competitive pay and travel privileges that span the entire American Airlines Network... All Envoy pilots have a direct path to American. If you want to Fly for American, you should look no further than Envoy.”
President - American Airlines
I enrolled in Envoy’s program while working as a flight instructor at the U.S. Aviation Academy. I first heard about it at Western Michigan University, which also participates in the program. With the Cadet program, you can interview with Envoy while still building flight hours – and as soon as I reached the required hours, I went straight into the next training class."
First Officer - Envoy