A concern that I’m sure most of us aspiring pilots have is not being able to make it to a Major. As you guys have said, getting on to a Regional carrier at this point will not be too difficult once you have all of your hours. After spending between 5-10 years at a regional, most of us will want to move up, but not all of us will. I know each situation is different, but can you guys give us some reasons that people HAVE TO stay at a regional for 15+ years. Once you have been with a regional for this amount of time, the number of hours you have logged should be a benefit to your resume. Could the reason possibly be that they don’t like your personality?
In addition to this question, can you guys also tell us what we should expect in an interview for the Majors?
As always thanks for your help!