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- 1. Boeing Projects Requirement for More Than One Million Pilots and Maintenance Personnel
Boeing Projects Requirement for More Than One Million Pilots and Maintenance Personnel. According to a crew assessment forecast from Boeing, the commercial aviation industry will require 466,650 pilots and 596,500 maintenance personnel over the next 20 years to accommodate the strong demand for new and replacement aircraft. Airlines will need an average of 23,300 new pilots and 30,
- 2. Singapore Airlines to Release Pilots on Fixed-Term Contracts
Singapore Airlines has taken the decision to advance the planned release of 76 pilots who are employed on fixed-term contracts. The airline had previously been releasing pilots only upon expiry of their contracts. The pilots are expected to be released by 30 June 2013.
- 3. ANA Pilots Fly Boeing 787 Dreamliner
ANA Pilots Fly Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Flying the 787 for the first time were ANA pilots Capt. Masayuki Ishii, director of 787 pre-operations planning, and Capt. Masami Tsukamoto, manager of 787 pre-operations pilots. On board were Capt. Mike Carriker, Boeing 787 chief test pilot, Capt. Christine Walsh and Scott Fancher, vice president and general manager of the 787 program, Boeing
- 4. Korean Air’s First Female Pilots
Korean Air’s First Female Pilots. Korean Air has appointed two female pilots as Captain for the first time in the history of the airline. Pilots Soo-jin Shin and Soo-in Hong were officially appointed Captain on 3 November 2008, after passing the Captain Qualification Check, the final test to become an aircraft captain given by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, a department under
- 5. ANA Pilots Begin 787 Dreamliner Training
ANA Pilots Begin 787 Dreamliner Training. ANA, the launch customer for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, has started training the pilots who will fly the world’s newest passenger aircraft. Ten ANA pilots will enter the training program run by Boeing Training & Flight Services, using the aircraft manufacturer’s highly sophisticated simulators and flight training software
- 6. Tiger Airways Hiring More Pilots & Cabin Crew
Tiger Airways Hiring More Pilots & Cabin Crew. The airline is recruiting at least 20 pilots and 60 cabin crew, an increase of 20% over the current team of about 100 pilots and 200 cabin crew. Several positions are also available across various functions. For instance, the customer service team will be beefed up to serve Tiger Airways’ increasing number of passengers.
- 7. MacAir recruits more Pilots and Cabin Crew
MacAir recruits more Pilots and Cabin Crew. MacAir, a Queensland-based regional airline, has hired 21 new pilots and flight attendants, to help accommodate continuing strong growth in the State's regional markets. The airline has just recruited 13 new flight attendants and eight additional pilots, and is seeking more aircrew to meet ongoing strong demand for Queensland air services
- 8. 40,000 New Pilots Needed to Support Projected Airplane Deliveries in Middle East
Boeing projects that airlines in the Middle East will need nearly 100,000 new pilots and technicians to support the expanding demand for new airplane deliveries over the next two decades. With the aviation industry in the Middle East growing faster than the world average, the Boeing outlook predicts the region will require 40,000 pilots and 53,100 technicians over the next 20 years
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