Since you’re busy answering FAQs figured I’d give you a heads up. Mike from Fly8MA posted another video that I’m sure will get you a bunch of questions (Like his last viral one of “how horrible the regionals are” did) and hoped to help kinda nip it in the butt sooner than later. On a side note I love how he blasted how horrible it was in the regionals on the last video and then in this one he talks about how he got to travel everywhere and see places he never would have without the regionals.
But back to the post Mike posted about Lufthansa having an Aviation Training location in Arizona and brings up that maybe US carriers will go to this soon.
To those new to the forums I would not expect this in the near future at all. Closest you will get is companies like AA and Jetblue putting their name on a program and you still footing the bill. I’m not a airline pilot just someone who has been looking into this for the last few years doing a lot of research (and actually started flight training back in 2001).
Also understand that in the EU they still have the 250hr rule (or close to it) so its not gonna be worth the time or money for the US carriers as Lufthansa only has to put their students through 16% of the time compared to the FAA minimums.
On the flip side though for those that ask are there jobs outside of the airlines, here’s one that would make an ok living, with benefits as a CFI.