• Eastern Airlines Virtual Accepting Pilot Applications

    Eastern Airlines Virtual

    Eastern Airlines Virtual (EAV) is hiring and in the process of accepting applications from virtual pilots wanting to become a part of something bigger.

    Eastern offers many benefits for potential pilots such as:

    • 7 hubs spread across the United States, from a traditional Eastern Airlines hub in Atlanta to non-traditional Eastern hubs in New York, Dallas, and Washington, D.C.
    • Fleet Hanger with 34 Aircraft ranging from modern aircraft in new liveries to traditional Eastern Airlines birds in the iconic Eastern Hockey Stick livery.
    • Earn Ribbons and Medals flying Tours and Challenges. Our web site contains a complete pilot profile page where you can view and keep track of all your awards.
    • Ranking system based on hours flown.
    • NO hourly or minimum rank requirements to fly bigger aircraft.

    Come see us at www.easternairlinesvirtual.com and see how we're still "Earning our Wings, Everyday".


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