Rotor Transition Program Snapshot

  • Military helicopter pilots
  • Civilian helicopter pilots
  • Flight training through partner school(s) or flight school of your choice
  • Company provides up to $51,000 signing bonus for airplane flight training

Military pilots meet R-ATP minimums with just 750 hours of total time, including 250 hours of fixedwing PIC time. While the majority of military rotor pilots have the total time requirements to fly commercially, many lack the fixed-wing component.

GoJet will fund up to $51,000 in fixed-wing training time for rotor pilots who are short R-ATP mins.

Train at the school of your choice, or at one of our pre-approved partner schools.

How to Get Started
1. Complete a pilot application via or airlineapps.

2. If you are accepted into the Rotor Transition Program, you will be assigned a start date at the school of your choice. GoJet will customize a training plan specific to your flight time and certificate requirements. Your training plan will outline the expected duration of your training.

3. Once R-ATP mins are met, you will select a GoJet initial pilot training class date. A one-year commitment to GoJet is required in exchange for your Rotor Transition funding. Should you leave GoJet prior to one year from the start of your initial class date, you will be required to repay a prorated portion of the cost of your training.

Current list of partner schools located on the GoJet website.

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