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Airlines and the Environment

by Pat 16. November 2011 14:33
Fuel is the airline industry's second largest expense, exceeded only by labor. The major U.S. airlines spend more than $10 billion a year on fuel, which is approximately 10 percent of total operating expenses. As a result, increased fuel efficiency has been a top industry priority for many years, and the industry has made giant strides in that regard. Since deregulation, U.S. airlines have increased fuel efficiency nearly 65 percent by: [More]

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Passenger Service Agent Jobs

by Pat 16. November 2011 14:31
Even though the airlines are in business to transport people from one place to another, they could not function without the help of many people on the ground, including those who take reservations and sell tickets, as well as those who help keep the airplanes operating on schedule. [More]

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Avjobs Logo Program

by Pat 16. November 2011 14:19
Paste the following HTML into your web page to show that you are a supporter of aviation employment opportunities, an Avjobs Alliance Partner, or Participating Employer. [More]

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Flight Engineer or Second Officer Jobs

by Pat 16. November 2011 14:17
For many pilots both professional and recreational, the ultimate job is to be an airline captain. Most airline pilots start out as first officer (co-pilot) with a regional carrier. When they join a major airline, their first position may not be as a pilot, but as a flight engineer. [More]

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History and Mission

by Pat 16. November 2011 14:16
Since 1948, Emily Griffith Opportunity School has prepared students for employment for the general and commercial aviation industry. Originally located at Columbine Airfield and then Stapleton International Airport, students trained to meet the rigorous and challenging airframe and powerplant (A&P) requirements to take the FAA examinations for their A&P certifications. To continue to meet today's demanding standards for qualified aircraft technicians, Emily Griffith Opportunity School has recently completed a new multi-million dollar educational facility at Front Range Airport. This new state-of-the-art facility in Watkins, Colorado provides students hands-on training using operational-ready aircraft. It is our mission to prepare students not only for today but for the future. [More]

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Structure of the Airline Industry

by Pat 16. November 2011 14:14
U.S. scheduled airlines are classified by the government on the basis of the amount of revenue generated from operations. These classifications are major, national and regional. [More]

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