When aspiring aviators set foot in a classroom among scenic environs of Florida’s Atlantic Coast, they’ll be taking their first steps toward a long and rewarding career as a Delta pilot.
Delta’s Propel Flight Academy officially opened Tuesday in Vero Beach with city and county dignitaries, Delta pilots, students and others on hand to usher in a new era of workforce development and pilot career paths.
Young aviators who dream of being Delta pilots now have four different, clearly defined pathways: the new Propel Flight Academy and the growing Propel Collegiate, Company and Community programs.
“I’m so proud to work with Delta,” said Skyborne CEO Lee Woodward. “I think the future for this academy, clearly, will get better and better. This is going to be the flagship partner training academy in the world.”
“This is a set path and gives people a clear direction to go from no flying experience and end up at the best carrier in the world,” said Atlanta-based A350 First Officer Melissa F., who attended today’s event at Vero Beach and met with Skyborne students.
“Delta is not just a place where you fly airplanes. It’s a place where you can work with the best people on the planet,” said Capt. Patrick Burns, V.P. – Flight Operations & System Chief Pilot.
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