Piedmont Airlines Joins HireVeterans.com!

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Piedmont Airlines, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of US Airways Group, Inc., and is one of ten airlines doing business as US Airways Express. Piedmont’s corporate history stretches back to 1931, and the company has been providing scheduled passenger service since 1962. Headquartered in Salisbury, Maryland, Piedmont carries over 3 million passengers a year to 50 destinations throughout the Eastern United States and Canada with a fleet of 43 deHavilland DHC-8 (“Dash 8”) aircraft. The Dash 8 is a state-of-the-art turboprop aircraft that offers safe and comfortable transportation for up to 50 passengers. Every flight aboard a Dash 8 features all the normal conveniences of modern air travel, including flight attendant service, overhead bin storage, cabin pressurization and a lavatory.

Piedmont Airlines employs over 5,000 professional men and women in a variety of career fields including pilots, flight attendants, mechanics, customer service agents, and administrative personnel. An Equal Opportunity Employer, Piedmont Airlines offers competitive salaries and excellent benefits, including some of the best travel privileges in the industry.

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