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PSA Extends $200,000 Recruitment Bonus

CL-65 Type Rating, Sign-On Bonuses Bring Money to Table

PSA Airlines has extended its bonus offerings through the end of January, specifically offering $100,000 for new-hire Captains and CL-65 Type Rating holders.

The big goal for PSA is to gain more direct-entry Captains, a rare prize in the cutthroat hiring market today. To that end, PSA is offering Part 135 longevity credit for applicable PIC time, as well as Part 121 longevity matching. Those with 121 experience can count their service years towards pay, vacation, and retirement benefits at PSA. Captain's wages start at $150 per hour, and top out at $217.50 for those on the better end of the seniority chart. The position is open to pilots with 950 Part 121 or 135 hours.

The Captain bonus is only half of the headlining $200,000 prize, though. The other half is found for those who already sport a CL-65 type rating. PSA offers a "direct flow to American Airlines", in addition to crew basing at CLT, DAY, DCA, PHL, and DFW. They promise "flow at 5 years" or the reception of "top-of-scale pay" for Captains.

FMI: www.psaairlines.com

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