CONNECT WITH PROFESSIONAL PILOTS FOR REAL ANSWERS
Helping future pilots make educated career decisions.
Professional Pilots of Tomorrow is a mentor program comprised of volunteers and designed to assist up-and-coming pilots make informed decisions regarding which airline will best suit their needs.
Our aim is to provide confidential, insightful and unbiased mentoring to pilots by more experienced and seasoned professional pilots from the airlines throughout the aviation industry.
We’ve created an environment where aspiring pilots are well prepared to make the critical early career and lifestyle choices unique to the aviation industry.
Supporting Professional Pilots of Tomorrow
Professional Pilots of Tomorrow is comprised of 252 mentors and 26 Leadership Members, all of whom are full-time line pilots who volunteer their free time to help out the next generation of pilots. Click here to see how you can help support the organization!
Our Partnerships are Growing
PPOT joined initiatives with ERAU's Flight Line Assimilation Program (FLAP) in order to connect future pilots to industry leaders and to educate students on the importance of networking.
PPOT has partnered with Jacksonville University to create the ultimate mentoring program, Jacksonville University Mentoring Program (JUMP) which connects its students to the PPOT network.
We are pleased to announce The Shop for PPOT products. Each item sold is designed with our logo in order to raise awareness of our mission. We have incorporated a small donation in the price, which will be used to improve overall operations.
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR YOU?
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Marc, Vess, and John discuss their upbringing, how Professional Pilots of Tomorrow started, and offer advice for up-and-coming pilots!
Professional Pilots of Tomorrow is a volunteer mentor program that fosters the exchange of free information. Our objective is to assist pilots in making career path decisions and NOT to suggest, recommend or dictate which airline is best suited for applicants. Communication between mentor and mentee is derived from individual experience and perspective and does not represent Professional Pilots of Tomorrow as an organization. Said pilot applicants bear sole responsibility for all career path decisions and eventual outcomes thereafter.