WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on February 19, 2024

Certifications and volunteering make you stand out for promotions and hiring Ready to soar to new heights in your career? Let’s explore a topic that holds the key to unlocking

WRITTEN BY Jill Henning on February 8, 2024

SAN FRANCISCO – February 8, 2024 – Aviation Personnel International, the longest-running business aviation recruiting firm, today announced that its Vice President, Jennifer Pickerel, has been appointed to the Bombardier

WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on January 19, 2024

Internships expose college students to what corporate aviation can offer as a career A director of aviation recently reached out to tell me about the success of her flight department’s

WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on December 22, 2023

Year end is the perfect time for a personal and professional audit As the year draws to a close, it’s a natural time for those of us in business aviation—or

WRITTEN BY Jill Henning on November 17, 2023

Leadership isn’t about single-handedly wielding every card in the deck. It’s about curating a team of experts, as Sheryl Barden explains in her guest column for Aviation International News. In

WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on October 20, 2023

Sheryl Barden (API) moderated a panel about successful strategies for hiring low-time pilots and ensuring their success. Panelists included: Kirk Mies (AbbVie), Kim Kissh (AbbVie), Greg Burris (Masco), and Alison

WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on September 22, 2023

The Overlooked Maintenance Crisis In business aviation, we’re often quick to discuss the soaring compensation of pilots and the shortage of talent. But behind the scenes, over in the maintenance

WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on August 21, 2023

Burnout can lead to staff departures Recently, an industry friend called to talk about possibly looking for a new job. He told me that he’s had a great experience working

WRITTEN BY Jennifer Pickerel on August 17, 2023

Despite the fact that I’ve worked in business aviation for nearly 20 years, I do not come from an “aviation family.” Flying is not “in our blood,” and we’re not