posted by Jill Henning on October 27, 2020

Aviation scholarships — specifically those awarded in business aviation — can often seem like “pie-in-the-sky” pursuits. That is: difficult to win, with a lot of hoops to jump through and

posted by Sheryl Barden on January 16, 2020

Congratulations, and welcome to the (new) Roaring 20s!With the closing of 2019, not only do we celebrate having taken another trip around the sun, we look back on 10 trips!

posted by Jill Henning on August 28, 2019

Lately, I’ve been hearing from a handful of aviation candidates who are new to job hunting.Some of them feel like job-hunt novices, mainly because they’ve been at the same company

posted by Jill Henning on March 18, 2019

It's unfortunate, but I often hear from aviation pros who suddenly find themselves in an unplanned career transition. Life was great, and things were "status quo." But then an aircraft

posted by Sheryl Barden on March 15, 2019

Here at API, we frequently get emails and calls from job seekers asking, “Did you see the latest job posting at XYZ Company?”Sure, sometimes we know about the latest aviation

posted by Jill Henning on October 11, 2018

Say what you mean and mean what you say…We all know the adage, “It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it,” which is true more often than not.

posted by Sheryl Barden on November 10, 2017

It’s the end of the year, and that means it’s likely time for your annual performance review.Maybe HR has a template for you to complete online. Or perhaps your VP

posted by Sheryl Barden on May 15, 2017

What’s the No. 1 reason Part 91 flight departments are losing their qualified talent?It’s pilot compensation.That’s according to 41 aviation directors who participated in a 2017 survey conducted by Aviation

posted by Codi Quick on April 4, 2016

 Similar to my last blog on must-have travel apps, I’d like to zero in on a handful of productivity apps that can really help organize work and personal tasks—especially for