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.
A recent Embry-Riddle study reveals that offering higher salaries may be making it easier to recruit qualified applicants.