Workforce News

The Centre for Aviation reports an increase in the percentage of women pilots.


The Regional Airline Association is addressing the growing pilot workforce shortage.


Airline Geeks reporter, Parker Davis, described how a pilot shortage is affecting Emirates.


A number of organizations are showing support of a bill to help bridge the aviation workforce shortage gap.


Creating opportunities for young people to pursue careers in aviation isn't just happening in Reno. A collaborative effort in Wichita recently created the Aviation Pathway program for high school and college students.


A very interesting and open article appeared on the Aviation Week Network regarding pilot retention and recruitment.


An article on Aviation Voice revealed a major aviation corporation's challenge with workforce shortage issues.


Seventy-six airport executives endorsed a letter asking Senate leaders to adopt a reasonable proposal put forward to help young men and women become effectively trained commercial airline pilots.


The results of a study forecasting the U.S. supply of rotorcraft pilots and mechanics over the next 18 years shows significant workforce decreases.


A proposal put forward by Commerce Committee Chairman John Thune (R-SD) to help young men and women become effectively trained commercial airline pilots is receiving industry support.


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