NEW CAREERS ARE TAKING FLIGHT AT MHIRJ

NEW CAREERS ARE TAKING FLIGHT AT MHIRJ

As the industry need for skilled aviation technicians continues to grow, MHIRJ is being proactive and seizing the opportunity to invest in talent development by introducing the new MHIRJ Academy.
 

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NEW CAREERS ARE TAKING FLIGHT AT MHIRJ

NEW CAREERS ARE TAKING FLIGHT AT MHIRJ

As the industry need for skilled aviation technicians continues to grow, MHIRJ is being proactive and seizing the opportunity to invest in talent development by introducing the new MHIRJ Academy.
 

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3 MIN.
LIFE AT MHIRJ: RUSSELL BECKER

LIFE AT MHIRJ: RUSSELL BECKER

Gone are the conventional days when you had to choose one career path and stick to it forever. When you have skills and ambition, making a career change can be a great decision at any point in life. Once a plastics engineer, Russell Becker now happily works as a Structures Technician at the MHIRJ service center in Bridgeport, West Virginia.

LIFE AT MHIRJ: RUSSELL BECKER

LIFE AT MHIRJ: RUSSELL BECKER

Gone are the conventional days when you had to choose one career path and stick to it forever. When you have skills and ambition, making a career change can be a great decision at any point in life. Once a plastics engineer, Russell Becker now happily works as a Structures Technician at the MHIRJ service center in Bridgeport, West Virginia.

A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITY FOR AVIATION TECHNICIANS

A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITY FOR AVIATION TECHNICIANS

Recent years have seen major shifts in the airline industry, and most recently, we’re seeing record numbers on the horizon. With increased airline service comes an increased demand for qualified aviation maintenance technicians to support the industry. This opens the doors to a world of opportunity for those looking to start their career or make a fulfilling career move.

 

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A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITY FOR AVIATION TECHNICIANS

A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITY FOR AVIATION TECHNICIANS

Recent years have seen major shifts in the airline industry, and most recently, we’re seeing record numbers on the horizon. With increased airline service comes an increased demand for qualified aviation maintenance technicians to support the industry. This opens the doors to a world of opportunity for those looking to start their career or make a fulfilling career move.

 

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ON A PATH TO GROWTH WITH GOJET

ON A PATH TO GROWTH WITH GOJET

The world of aviation is undergoing unprecedented change. But with change comes opportunity. No regional airline illustrates the benefits of embracing change like GoJet Airlines, which has reinvented itself through its association with United Airlines and MHIRJ. Headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, GoJet flies to over 50 destinations in the U.S. throughout the East Coast and Midwest, proudly flying for United Express.

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ON A PATH TO GROWTH WITH GOJET

ON A PATH TO GROWTH WITH GOJET

The world of aviation is undergoing unprecedented change. But with change comes opportunity. No regional airline illustrates the benefits of embracing change like GoJet Airlines, which has reinvented itself through its association with United Airlines and MHIRJ. Headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, GoJet flies to over 50 destinations in the U.S. throughout the East Coast and Midwest, proudly flying for United Express.

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HOW WILL THE 50-SEATER FIT INTO THE FUTURE?

HOW WILL THE 50-SEATER FIT INTO THE FUTURE?

A snapshot of today’s situation clearly shows that the US 50-seater fleet is aging and is facing immediate risk of retirement. The COVID crisis might just precipitate things and accelerate the retirement rate. This raises the question of can we replace these aircraft, and how?

What is the future of the 50-seater market in the US post-COVID and can the Big 3 afford to lose $1B in annual revenue?

- Produced by MHIRJ Aero Advisory Services

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HOW WILL THE 50-SEATER FIT INTO THE FUTURE?

HOW WILL THE 50-SEATER FIT INTO THE FUTURE?

A snapshot of today’s situation clearly shows that the US 50-seater fleet is aging and is facing immediate risk of retirement. The COVID crisis might just precipitate things and accelerate the retirement rate. This raises the question of can we replace these aircraft, and how?

What is the future of the 50-seater market in the US post-COVID and can the Big 3 afford to lose $1B in annual revenue?

- Produced by MHIRJ Aero Advisory Services

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