Florida Tech’s College of Aeronautics on Aug. 14 signed on to the GoJet Pipeline Program.
The program is a long-term partnership between the college and GoJet Airlines designed to help facilitate post-graduation airline careers. Benefits to students who elect to participate in the program include placement in a hiring pool once the student meets degree and flight time requirements, participation in the GoJet Pilot Referral Program which provides compensation for successfully referring other pilot applicants to GoJet, expedited interview and entry to GoJet Airlines, eligibility for up to $10,000 in tuition reimbursement upon successful completion of GoJet’s New Hire Initial training, and limited flight benefits for the student.
GoJet Airlines began operations in 2005 providing passenger feed to United Airlines with five airplanes. Today, GoJet carries in excess of 5 million passengers a year, serving more than 70 destinations with 240 daily flights. The airline operates a fleet of 54 Bombardier CRJ700 and 900 aircraft and provides passenger feed to both United and Delta Airlines.
PICTURED: In the front row is is Brad Sargent, chief pilot for GoJet, and Victoria Dunbar, associate dean, College of Aeronautics. In the back row are Tamela Hoevel, executive pilot recruiter for GoJet, and Timothy Rosser, associate professor at the College of Aeronautics and chairman of the Flight Education Committee.