Delta Air Lines will award two B777 type rating certificates to qualified recipients who are currently enrolled or have a baccalaureate degree. Candidates must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) and have leadership potential. All training will be approximately six concurrent weeks and conducted in Atlanta, Georgia, lodging accommodations and round-trip airfare will be provided during training (meals not included).
In addition to the B777 type rating certificate, each recipient will receive a trip to the 29th Annual International Women in Aviation Conference (including round-trip airfare, hotel accommodations, and conference fee).
Résumé must include the following: all schools attended, including high school with city and state for each school; GPA; dates attended for college and all degrees. If applicable, all military history, including all occupations, ranks, education, and dates, must be included. Candidates should list academic honors, scholarships, awards, and special achievements.
Minimum qualifications include the following: commercial, instrument, and multiengine land certificates, a minimum of 1,500 hours' total time, must have passed an FAA ATP written exam within the last two years, and a current first-class FAA medical certificate.
Candidates must include a copy of their automobile driver's license, current passport, and list any moving
violations, dates, locations, and associated details for the last seven years. Candidates must include a statement of conviction (any type of violation of the law, moving or not) with complete dates and locations. Candidates should provide details pertinent to any letters of inquiries from the FAA regarding any aircraft incidents or accidents, and a list all FAA checkride failures.