UPS® FlightPath II provides the opportunity for current and future Ameriflight pilots to pursue a path to potential employment by UPS Airlines. Program participants needs to drive their career and achieve the required personal and professional development benchmarks, as well as complete the UPS mentoring program.
Each participant is tasked with following clear, concise guidelines to gain the experience needed by UPS Airlines. Future Ameriflight pilots selected for the program will have the opportunity to complete the program in 36 months; this includes a final 12 months in the UPS mentoring stage. Current Ameriflight Pilots who have the necessary experience and already meet the requirements may be selected to enter the final 12-month mentoring portion of the program. Successful completion of the 12‑month UPS mentoring program will result in an interview with UPS Airlines subject to its hiring needs and requirements.
UPS operates one of the world’s largest, safest and most on-time airlines.
UPS Airlines integrates small packages and heavy freight in its daily network of more than 500 aircraft that reach nearly 700 destinations in over 220 countries and territories worldwide.
The company’s extensive air system includes international air hubs in Miami; Cologne, Germany; Shanghai; an intra-Asia hub in Shenzhen, China; and Worldport in Louisville, Kentucky — the 5.2 million square foot heart of UPS’s global air network.
In addition to its airline, UPS is a pioneer in developing aviation technologies to enhance the safety and efficiency of the aviation industry.
Ameriflight operates the nation’s largest Part 135 Cargo airline.
Ameriflight works alongside the world’s largest package delivery companies to deliver high-priority freight to and from small towns all across the country.
The company’s country-wide system includes 17 bases operating 1,500 weekly departures to 200 destinations including 175 cities, 33 states and 14 countries.
Headquartered in Dallas, TX and founded in 1968, the company has more than 500 employees including over 150 pilots and over 100 aircraft.