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- 9. Boeing Forecasts Need for 516,000 New Pilots and Technicians in Asia Pacific
Boeing's Pilot & Technician Outlook for the Asia Pacific region forecasts that more than 500,000 new pilots and technicians will be needed to support the expanding demand for new airplane deliveries over the next two decades. The outlook, a leading industry forecast of aviation personnel demand, anticipates the need for 248,000 new commercial airline pilots and 268,000 new technici
- 10. Female Etihad Cadet Pilots heralded in New Book
Female Etihad Cadet Pilots heralded in New Book. Etihad Airways’ first female Emirati cadet pilots have had their place in aviation history confirmed following their inclusion in a new British book about the world’s greatest ever women aviators.The book entitled The 100 Greatest Women in Aviation was launched at the Farnborough International Airshow, held earlier this month, and ma
- 11. Asia Pacific’s Demand for Pilots More Than North America and Europe Combined
Boeing has forecast that Asia Pacific’s demand for new commercial airline pilots and maintenance technicians over the next 20 years will be 39% of the global need for new airline personnel. The 2014 Boeing Pilot & Technician Outlook, an industry forecast of aviation personnel demand, projects a requirement for 216,000 new commercial airline pilots and 224,000 new technicians in the
- 12. Over 429,000 Pilots and Technicians Needed in AP Through 2030
Boeing has forecast that the Asia Pacific region will require hundreds of thousands of new commercial airline pilots and technicians over the next 20 years to support airline fleet modernization and the rapid growth of air travel. The 2011 Boeing Pilot & Technician Outlook calls for 182,300 new pilots and 247,400 new technicians in the Asia Pacific region through 2030. The greatest
- 13. Weather and Turbulence Among Top Concerns for Pilots
Honeywell and Civil Aviation Resource Net have conducted a pilot survey focusing on Chinese-licensed pilots. The survey polled civil pilots and commercial flight crews on flight operations and the key challenges and requirements they face through all phases of flight to understand their prime concerns in their current operational environment.
- 14. First Etihad Emirati Women Cadet Pilots Graduate
First Etihad Emirati Women Cadet Pilots Graduate. Etihad Airways’ first female Emirati cadet pilots - Salma Al-Baloushi and Aisha Al-Mansouri - have successfully graduated from flight training alongside nine male colleagues and gained their airline transport pilot licence (ATPL).
- 15. Etihad Airways Welcomes 18 Omani Cadet Pilots
Etihad Airways has welcomed 18 Omani cadet pilots to its expanding flying program as part of a recently launched recruitment drive in Oman. The Etihad Airways cadet pilot program was launched in June 2007, in partnership with Horizon Flight Academy, and now boasts 161 cadets currently training to become fully qualified pilots.
- 16. Finnair Warns of Possible Flight Cancellations
Finnair has said that it might not have enough pilots to operate certain flights due to restrictions put in place by the Finnish Pilots’ Association. Restrictions include a ban on pilots working additional flights and pilot roster changes to cover for last-minute illnesses. Collective labor agreement negotiations are still ongoing between Finnair and the pilot union. The collective
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