Finding your true calling sometimes starts without you even knowing the call is coming.
Recently, during an Autism Awareness Event in Indianapolis, Endeavor provided more than just an aircraft where families with autistic children could go through the traveling motions.
It’s official – Endeavor is opening an Atlanta crew and maintenance base. In a memo and video message sent to employees Wednesday morning, Ryan Gumm broke the news that Endeavor is opening its fifth crew domicile and tenth line maintenance facility in the backyard of its mainline partner, Delta Air Lines.
For a new hire pilot, the first few months on the job can pose exciting challenges in the flight deck. But what about the world outside of the airplane? While handling yourself as a professional pilot may not come with a checklist, pilots can now lean on their fellow aviators to help navigate the day-to-day expectations of flying at Endeavor.
As a commercial pilot, the people flying up with you can change on a daily basis. For Morgan and Tad Vanzile, a trip in July of 2008 created a life-changing pairing that both hadn't expected. At the time, both pilots were in relationships outside of work. It wasn’t until more than a year later that their professional relationship turned personal.
On January 26, Endeavor announced a new initiative to help prepare flight students for a successful career as an airline pilot. More than 30 students at the Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) in Melbourne, Fla., attended the official launch of STEP - Student to Endeavor Pilot - to learn about the program and sign up to participate.
Ed Bastian, CEO, Delta Air Lines, recently shared this message with pilot candidates who are considering a regional airline as a step towards a career at Delta. In his message, Ed talks about how Endeavor, like Delta, is committed to performance reliability, an employee-focused culture that drives for – and thrives on – innovation.
PILOTS: If you can make it in New York, you can make it anywhere!
Crew members and front line employees across the network enjoyed Thanksgiving feasts courtesy of Endeavor.
What does $60,000 in first-year pay get a pilot these days? At Endeavor, we’re proud to say “more than” you’ll find anywhere else.