their contributions for 2017 and fuel prices are record low which leaves more money for recruitment. American Airlines is increasing pay for new pilots, which puts them as the number
EXPANSION OF BLUE STREAK 5 one highest paying employer for brand new commercial p[ilots in the U.S. This causes some grumble in the older crowd of aviation, however does not have any visible impact of the shortage. Since these solutions have only recently been enacted, if at all, it is hard to track the progress of these actions. These ideas are promising, however none of them tackle the issue of how expensive the training is, and they probably never will. With the extensive amount of time it takes to make the money back new pilots spent to become certified, there is no sure answer on if the pilot shortage in America will be resolved or not.
EXPANSION OF BLUE STREAK 6 References: - CNN: Pilot error caused 2009 crash near Buffalo, NTSB rules by Mike M. Ahlers o - MarketRealist: What Are Airlines Doing to Solve Pilot Shortage? By Ally Schmit o - Forbes: Pilot Shortage Threatens To Slow U.S. Airline Growth by Birgit Anderson o - to-slow-u-s-airline-growth/#4e85e4686b4f - FlyingMag: Pilot Shortage Isn’t Only an Airline Problem by Rob Mark o - Aviationweek: The Coming U.S. Pilot Shortage Is Real o
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