After putting hiring on hold at the start of the pandemic, Endeavor is ready to fly again, actively recruiting and hiring pilots and flight attendants to support our operation. Recruitment for flight attendants began earlier this year, and new hire classes are already underway. Endeavor began accepting pilot applications this week, and new hire classes … Continue reading Ready to Fly: Now accepting applications for pilots, flight attendants
Endeavor Air is the only regional carrier to offer pilots a defined career path to Delta Air Lines through the Delta Guaranteed Interview (DGI) Program. Since 2014, Endeavor has sent more than 900 pilots to Delta, and we continue to commit to sending at least 180 pilots to Delta each year through our pilot pathway … Continue reading Path to Delta: Announcing Our Improved DGI Program for Endeavor Pilots
With the news that Endeavor Air, a wholly owned regional airline subsidiary of Delta Air Lines, is adding 20 dual class aircraft by June 2020, it's important to understand what that means from a recruitment and career progression perspective. In this infographic, see what this growth means to the Endeavor team.
Endeavor Air announced plans to grow by 20 dual-class aircraft, including seven brand new Bombardier CRJ-900 featuring Atmosphere interiors.
Late last week, warming temperatures and the rapid melting of record snowfalls across states in the Upper Midwest brought historic flooding to much of Eastern Nebraska. Rising waters from the Platte, Missouri, and Elkhorn Rivers cut off access points into many towns and communities across the state. Early estimates of the destruction are expected to … Continue reading Endeavor Air Pilot Delivers Help, Hope to Flooded Nebraska Neighbors
For Christopher Lavelle, before he could walk, much less crawl, his path was set thanks to the footsteps laid before him by his father, Chris Lavelle. The journey that led them both to Endeavor is full of twists and turns, ebbs and flows of family responsibilities, and the uncertainty of an ever-changing airline industry.
Earlier this month, more than 160 cancer survivors flew from Atlanta to Boston aboard Breast Cancer One (BC1), Delta’s annual survivor flight that kicks off their fundraising initiatives for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Along with the first class treatment on the flight, passengers were treated to succulent seafood dishes, celebrations, and a royal red … Continue reading Taking Flight in the Fight Against Breast Cancer
Everyone knows someone who is driven to serve: the guy across the street who rakes the leaves of his neighbor’s yards; the student who delivers fresh baked cookies to the local fire station every Saturday morning; the retiree who never misses a cup of coffee and conversation at the corner café at the crack of … Continue reading Split Duty: How 20 Hours of Volunteering Changed the Life of an Endeavor Air Pilot
On the morning of September 11, 2018, Chris Finlayson, MSP Chief Pilot, donned his Minnesota National Guard dress uniform and warmed up his trumpet. As a member of the 34th Infantry Division "Red Bulls" Band, Finlayson took his position on a balcony overlooking the ticketing area of Minneapolis-St.Paul International Airport. Flanked by our nation’s colors … Continue reading Endeavor Air Pilot Plays Tribute on 9/11 Anniversary
When you ask what it means to be the first female base Chief Pilot in Endeavor Air’s history, Pamela Nucifore smiles and laughs off the significance. To her, she is answering the call to lead Flight Operations at the airline’s New York – LaGuardia crew base; to anyone on the outside, she is shattering stereotypes … Continue reading An Ambassador for Change: Endeavor’s First Female Chief Pilot Embraces Leadership Role