“Every day, more than 5 million people travel by air, reaching their destinations safely and securely, because of professional airline pilots. Now is the perfect time to become one of them, and this is a great time to be at PSA. Our pilots are building a solid relationship with management, making positive changes and working with the company to achieve a pay scale that maintains competitiveness in recruiting and retaining pilots. We’re committed to making our airline a better place to work.”
- Capt. Travis Ricks,
PSA ALPA Master Executive Council Chairman
When it’s time to make important decisions about where to work, pilots consider pay, medical and retirement benefits, work rules, base location, and progression to higher-paying equipment and seats. View our current contract with PSA management, along with various agreements covering these topics.
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Captain Marc Gonzalez joined PSA in 2014. Captain Erin Jackson started in 2011 and is due to flow to American Airlines this summer. We asked them to give us the 4-1-1 on life as a pilot at PSA.