The federal shutdown, which ended last Friday, created quite an impact on air traffic control. The impact on its workforce could be affected for years.
MRO-Network.com features an article about progressing being made in the aviation mechanic workforce.
Recent article says that avionics technicians are in the high demand, as are mechanics who can work with electrical and software systems.
The National Business Aviation Association discussed the latest workforce challenges at its September 13 symposium and agreed to begin addressing solutions.
Boeing's 2018 Pilot and Technician Outlook shows that across the commercial, business aviation and helicopter segments, there will be a global requirement for 790,000 pilots.
WPXI of Pittsburgh, PA shared a story about the ever-increasing pilot shortage, training opportunities, and salary increases.
The Centre for Aviation reports an increase in the percentage of women pilots.
Airbus announced the launch of its Pilot Cadet Training Program to “help meet global demand for pilots over the next 20 years.”
The Regional Airline Association is addressing the growing pilot workforce shortage.
Airline Geeks reporter, Parker Davis, described how a pilot shortage is affecting Emirates.