Pilots Wanted

Karp, Aaron
June 2013
Air Transport World;Jun2013, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p22
Trade Publication
The article discusses the airline pilot career in the U.S. which is considered as financially unsustainable. It states the speech delivered by University of North Dakota department of aviation chair Kent Lovelace during the Regional Airline Association (RAA) convention wherein he tackles the pilot shortage in the airlines industry. It cites the reason of the pilot shortage, the impact of the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations on pilots and the rising training cost.


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