A closer look at how people coast-to-coast and in Europe are coping with scorching hot temperatures. Dylan Dreyer has your full forecast. Plus, new developments in the January 6th investigation – the deleted text messages from secret service agents now at the center of the controversy and a new investigation. And, a TODAY Exclusive – Tom Costello shares an inside look at the potential solution to the nationwide pilot shortage fueling chaos at airports.
Welcome back to another episode of Travel Tea. Today we're sipping vintage as we spill the tea on "ageism" in the airspace. What's causing the pilot shortage & when will the flight cancellations, delays & overall airport madness ease? Grab a cup & let's dive in...follow us @TravelTeaSpill
In this episode of Line Up & Wait: The ongoing pilot shortage: What is causing it? What can be done to fix the issue? What are the airlines currently doing to combat this? Delta pilots issue a letter of no confidence: Breakdown of the letter. What can Delta headquarters do to satisfy their pilots? Delta issues travel waiver ahead of 4th of July weekend: "The Delta Difference" Tips and tricks to have a smooth and less stressful travel during busy travel times [Hosts: Lucas, Jarid, and Evan] (Recorded on 6/30/2022) (Published on 7/5/2022) Discord: 927aYVTJSt Instragram and Twitter: LUAW_Podcast Facebook: Line Up & Wait Podcast firstname.lastname@example.org --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/luawpodcast/support
David Fiorazo and John Haller discuss some good news first on SCOTUS cases, then tackle the concerning fertility rate of major nations; airline pilot shortages, farming and food supply chain issues, Israel, Iran, Russia, Ukraine, and how current news fits into Bible prophecy. Daily podcast, relevant articles on issues pertaining to Christians and more can be found on Stand Up For The Truth.
Savannah Guthrie and Peter Alexander are breaking down the fallout from Tuesday's January 6th hearing – former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson offers new details on former President Donald Trump's actions during the riot. Plus, 51 migrants have now died after being packed inside a sweltering truck in Texas – this, now believed to be the deadliest case of human smuggling in U.S. history. And, the latest on the pilot shortage ahead of the busy holiday weekend.
Hour 1 * Guest: Chris Carlson – Without God, we can never win, With God, we can never lose, The Battle for Freedom is the Lord's, but we need to be engaged in the fight! – Discussion of All Things Liberty. * On June 25, 1962, the US Supreme Court handed down a decision interpreted as barring prayer in Gov. schools. * 10,000 Flights Delayed Across US over Father's Day Weekend Due to Pilot Shortage and Bad Weather. * Massive 145-Country Study Shows Sharp INCREASE of Transmission and DEATH After Introduction of COVID Vaccines – Julian Conradson, Gateway Pundit. * Perhaps the most telling part of the study's results is that the countries which recorded the fewest Covid deaths in 2020 (e.g Thailand, Vietnam, Mongolia, Taiwan, Seychelles, Cambodia, etc.) were the ones to experience the largest increases in cases and deaths once the vaccine was introduced, with some of them seeing increases as high as over a thousand percent. * These results should encourage local policy makers to make policy decisions based on data, not narrative, and based on local conditions, not global or national mandates. * Bill Gates talks about how if we do a really good job with vaccinations, health care services and reproductive services, we can reduce the population by 10 – 15%. * Joel Skousen documents several examples of how potential mass shootings were averted by “a good guy with a gun” in the June 17th WorldAffairsBrief.com * There are many heroic stories. But they rarely make it past local media reports, because they don't fit the gun-control narrative that the national media peddles. * John Lott wrote a book called “More Guns Less Crime” where he documents that areas with fewer gun restrictions have lower gun-crime rates. * The Red Wave? – Not! Hour 2 * Biden DOJ Vows to Fight for Abortion: We Will ‘Use Every Tool at our Disposal' – Pro-Abortion Protesters: ‘Every City, Every Town, Burn the Precinct to the Ground'! * Justice Clarence Thomas advocates overturning rights to contraception, same-sex-marriage. * The Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Utah's trigger abortion ban now in effect – Deseret News. * Roe v. Wade ends: Latter-day Saint leaders urge ‘to protect life and to preserve religious liberty'! * Missouri acted to ban abortions just after the Supreme Court issued its ruling. * Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Overturning of Roe v. Wade: ‘The Prayers of Millions Have Been Answered' – vowed to expand “pro-life protections” in his state. * Disney Vows to Pay for Employee Travel Expenses for Abortions. * DICK'S Sporting Goods Offers to Reimburse Employees for Abortion-Related Travel Expenses. * Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan Chase, Bank of America, and Citigroup Rush to Fund Abortion Travel. * The States To Outlaw Abortion Now That Roe V. WADE Has Been Formally Overturned: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, Georgia, Iowa, Ohio, South Carolina. * Pro Death States: New Hampshire, New Mexico, Rhode Island, Colorado, Illinois, Massachusetts, Minnesota, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Vermont, Washington, Pennsylvania, Virginia * Satanists claim they're entitled to abortion as a religious rite – ‘We will take steps to ensure our members do not have to endure hindrances' – WND.com * Salon insisted, “Squirrel privilege is real: Intergenerational wealth drives animal inequality.” --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support
* Guest: Chris Carlson - Without God, we can never win, With God, we can never lose, The Battle for Freedom is the Lord's, but we need to be engaged in the fight! - Discussion of All Things Liberty. * On June 25, 1962, the US Supreme Court handed down a decision interpreted as barring prayer in Gov. schools. * 10,000 Flights Delayed Across US over Father's Day Weekend Due to Pilot Shortage and Bad Weather. * Massive 145-Country Study Shows Sharp INCREASE of Transmission and DEATH After Introduction of COVID Vaccines - Julian Conradson, Gateway Pundit. * Perhaps the most telling part of the study's results is that the countries which recorded the fewest Covid deaths in 2020 (e.g Thailand, Vietnam, Mongolia, Taiwan, Seychelles, Cambodia, etc.) were the ones to experience the largest increases in cases and deaths once the vaccine was introduced, with some of them seeing increases as high as over a thousand percent. * These results should encourage local policy makers to make policy decisions based on data, not narrative, and based on local conditions, not global or national mandates. * Bill Gates talks about how if we do a really good job with vaccinations, health care services and reproductive services, we can reduce the population by 10 – 15%. * Joel Skousen documents several examples of how potential mass shootings were averted by “a good guy with a gun” in the June 17th WorldAffairsBrief.com * There are many heroic stories. But they rarely make it past local media reports, because they don't fit the gun-control narrative that the national media peddles. * John Lott wrote a book called “More Guns Less Crime” where he documents that areas with fewer gun restrictions have lower gun-crime rates. * The Red Wave? - Not!
Zeoli Show Hour 4: 9:02-NEWS 9:08-It could take 5 years to fill the shortage of pilots at airlines 9:12-FINA, swimming governing body, restricts transgender females from competing against biological women 9:27-Summer jobs we hated 9:40-China is obtaining data on U.S. TikTok users 9:45-CUT SHEET | Social Media influencer shows off her "healthy coke" | Biden is in the process of making up his mind of the tariffs against China | Brian Deese pressed by CBS' Margaret Brennan on how Biden Administration is curbing inflation | Former Obama Treasury Secretary Larry Summers says recession is coming | Fauci refuses to stay if the NIH will stop funding research done in China 9:55-Final Thoughts Photo: Getty Images
With summer travel forecast to be high even by pre-pandemic standards, passengers are having to deal with thousands of flight cancellations. Major carriers have the planes but don't always have the pilots to fly them. Miles O'Brien joins John Yang to discuss what's causing the shortages. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Mike Hatten is a former commercial airline pilot and expert on the aviation industry. Pilot shortage will limit airline capacity growth, and become a factor in rising airfares
A preview of the busy week ahead on Wall Street, the current surge of Covid cases doesn't appear to be impacting the return to the office and airlines are being forced to cancel thousands of flights due to a lack of pilots.
Quick Episode Summary: Connecting with aviators is back with Khotso Marumo (aka Lesotho's Pride). Comair's network expansion plans. Positive signs of growth in the South African tourism sector. FlyDubai keeps on growing. Google Warmup, Monkey-Pox and the most elaborate fleet for a South African start-up carrier. LINKS: Lesotho's Pride: https://www.youtube.com/user/LesothosPride SPONSOR SITES: Simaero https://www.sim.aero The Flying Sox (use the link for a 10% discount) https://www.theflyingsox.co.za/discount/BRYANAIR Flying Eyes: https://flyingeyes.co.za/shop/?ref=11 Pilot Insure https://pilotinsure.co.za (Contact Franz at +2784 979 8632 or Dave at +2773 338 5200) PODCAST INFO: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BryanRoseveare Podcast website: https://bryanair.libsyn.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/za/podcast/bryan-air/id1482906139 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1Hb2Fpe5OsLwXf0F8xdx5Q?si=oloCHIqzSBGw0BBTQTheRQ&dl_branch=1 SUPPORT AND CONNECT: If you would like to support the podcast by pledging a small monthly fee you can do so through Patreon, your support in this regard will be greatly appreciated (Thank You). https://www.patreon.com/bryanair Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bryanroseveare/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bryanroseveare/ Twitter:https://twitter.com/bryanroseveare Webpage: https://bryanroseveare.com
Food and Travel Nation with Elizabeth Dougherty Broadcast Date: 5/21/22 Planes are sitting on the ground with no one to fly them. Passengers are stuck in airports around the country, oftentimes far from home. The airlines are pointing fingers at the government claiming a mandatory retirement age is to blame. Government agencies say they don't have enough air traffic controllers in the tower. Meanwhile NO ONE is acknowledging that big, huge elephant sitting in the center of the room with a bandage on its shoulder! website: FoodAndTravelNation.com email: Elizabeth@FoodAndTravelNation.com text: (321) 877-9898
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Why Jodi almost got thrown out of a Bath & Body Works store.Tell you about the BAD final exam problem Murphy & Jodi's daughter Taylor had - and who "fixed" itTell you what the airlines plan to do about the pilot shortage.
Two more mass shootings rock the country. Police say a man motivated by racial hatred and white supremacy opened fire inside a supermarket in a predominantly Black neighborhood in Buffalo, killing 10 people. Replacement Theory is said to be a major factor in the shooting. We go In Depth into what that is and how extremist groups are spreading this insidious idea. Police say another man shot up a gathering at a church in Laguna Woods, killing one person and hurting five others. The motive there they say was political tensions between China and Taiwan. We look into whether anything can and will be done to prevent further mass shootings. Sweden says it's serious about wanting to join NATO. It's all because of Russia's war with Ukraine. Will Vladimir Putin's goal of stopping the spread of NATO grow the military alliance even more? The Summer travel season is about to begin. And airlines are dealing with a shortage of some important workers---pilots. We go In Depth into what's causing the shortage. More and more people are living in areas where there's a high fire danger. We look into what's causing this--more homes built in danger areas and/or climate change. The White House has a plan to slow down inflation and the high cost of housing. Pizza companies are having problems finding delivery drivers. The solution might be robots. They're already out there with your food. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tempers are flaring as airlines, unions, and even Congress point fingers at who's to blame for the pilot shortage. Edward "Ned" Russell and Madhu Unnikrishnan discuss an innovative program at Southern Airways Express as well as why Mesa CEO Jonathan Ornstein may have a point about foreign pilots flying into the U.S. and the challenges to changing the 1,500-hour rule. Later, the pair look into the great summer ahead for the European Big Three and why Azul is having a banner year.
Listen in as Aviation Week and ATW air transport editors discuss the pilot shortage U.S. airlines are grappling with during the post-pandemic rebound. They explore the underlying issues and discuss potential near-and long-term solutions.
The story behind the program at Western Michigan University giving students the opportunity to help solve decades old cold cases. Plus, Katie Taylor and Amanda Serrano talk about making history as the first two female boxers to headline Madison Square Garden this weekend. And, in TODAY'S Table, entrepreneur and author of “Fit Men Cook,” Kevin Curry shares meal prep hacks.
United Airlines spokesman Charles Hobart joins Lisa Dent on Chicago’s Afternoon News to explain how the pilot shortage is impacting the airline industry, primarily at smaller regional carriers, and also discusses passengers who had been banned for unruly behavior during the mask mandate now being allowed to fly again. Follow Your Favorite Chicago’s Afternoon News […]
Trigger Warning - stuff gets depressing around the last half when Alyssa starts talking about the art installation. You'll want to probably tune out from there if you have any triggers related to disturbing content. Meth hidden in onions?? Jamie recaps her trip & Alyssa shares an interesting art installation she came across. Surprise pod-cat Olive joins us for a weather update! Guests coming to the pod soon!Write us some of your cringe stories at email@example.comThe socials: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter
The Air Force has been struggling to hang on to its pilots. The shortage reached 2,000 airmen at one point. The service says it's making headway, but it may be decades before the issue is resolved. Federal News Network's Scott Maucione spoke about it with the Air Force Director of Training and Readiness Operations. Major General Albert Miller.
A pilot shortage in Dallas; Dallas homicide detective's cases could be in jeopardy after perjury allegations; Dallas man arrested after authorities report finding several images of child porn on his computer
(1:26) - Barry and Paul start the second hour with a discussion about pensions, particularly how stock-heavy pensions are going to be greatly affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.(13:01) - Cyrus Callum, Director of Aviation & Economic Resources at Daytona Beach International Airport, joined the show to talk about the major pilot shortage that 's being seen across the country.(22:25) - Taking a look at the worst-performing stocks recently, with Peloton and Robinhood headlining the under-performers. (33:49) - Mark Schaffer of Armstrong Advisory Group called into the show for another edition of "Financial Planning Tuesday." Mark weighed in on the best ways to protect yourself and your accounts from a potential Russian cyberattack.
Things are getting crazy in the aviation world as the shortage of pilots continues and forces companies to start taking drastic measures to ensure they have the workforce to meet demand. Mike and Sean discuss some of these tactics companies are employing, and answer a listener's question on the subject. Thank you for great email Andrew! If you have a question you'd like us to answer, you can email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org If you're thinking about a career as a pilot you're in the right spot! The Pro-Pilot Playbook is committed to enabling people to become professional pilots FASTER and CHEAPER. Whether you are just starting out, or getting ready to apply at the airlines there's valuable information here for you. Learn more at: https://www.propilotplaybook.com Follow this link to get a free lesson and a taste of what the course has to offer: https://www.propilotplaybook.com/medical_optin CHAPTERS: 00:00 Intro & Update 5:05 Super Bowl 9:33 Pilot Shortage 14:05 Spirit & Frontier 22:40 Listener Question 29:40 Delta Airlines Update
some employers are struggling to establish new policies about working from home, energy markets are nervous over a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine and a pilot shortage impacts airlines.
The skies have become unfriendly to airline employees. Constitutional expert, lawyer, author, pastor, and founder of Liberty Counsel Mat Staver discusses the important topics of the day with co-hosts and guests that impact life, liberty, and family. To stay informed and get involved – visit www.LC.org
This week Emma and Maddie break down news articles covering the ongoing pilot shortage. The girls unpack how this could affect the av industry and certain pressures already in effect at certain airlines. “The root cause of the coming shortage varies by region: In the United States, it's an aging workforce facing mandatory retirement, fewer pilots exiting the military, and barriers to entry, including the cost of training.” What does the pilot shortage look like today and where will this lead the future of the industry. Get in the know now! SOCIAL LINKS- Instagram: https://Instagram.com/thepilotspandemic https://instagram.com/emneonicon https://Instagram.com/thefitaviatrix Tiktok: @emneonicon @fitaviatrix Link for aeromedical reform petition: https://www.change.org/apilotspandemic WEBSITE: https://msha.ke/thepilotspandemic/ Resources: Fox Business: https://www.foxbusiness.com/economy/airlines-staffing-shortages-safety-ntsb Delta, United, American Pull regional routes: https://www.businessinsider.com/united-will-stop-flying-to-11-us-cities-indefinitely-list-2021-11 Sources of Pilot Fatigue: https://code7700.com/fatigue.htm Oliver Wyman Article: https://www.oliverwyman.com/our-expertise/insights/2021/mar/after-covid-19-aviation-faces-a-pilot-shortage.html How women can solve the pilot shortage: https://www.forbes.com/sites/oliverwyman/2020/03/06/how-our-daughters-can-solve-the-pilot-shortage/?sh=5ac2f6429a64 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Solving issues in military training, culture Gen. Mike Holmes (USAF, Ret.), former commander for Air Combat Command, now board chair at Red 6, and Daniel Robinson, CEO and founder of Red 6 and former F-22 Raptor pilot in the U.S. Air Force, discuss the Air Force's pilot shortage and recommendations for addressing it and improving pilot training
The fascinating history of operations research can trace some of its earliest applications back to the military during World War II. Since then, its role has continued to grow and evolve, and today it is still a vital tool in helping our modern military address some of its most complex challenges, from logistics, to equipment, to personnel, and more. In this episode, I am joined by Phil Jenkins with the Air Force Institute of Technology to discuss a new study, “An Air Force Pilot Training Recommendation System using Advanced Analytical Methods,” that is slated for publication in the INFORMS Journal on Applied Analytics. We'll discuss how the application of existing O.R. and analytics methods in novel new ways can help address challenges associated with training U.S. Air Force pilots.
A look at the shortage of airline workers, latest on two domestic programming giants partnering to launch a new streaming service overseas and the psychology behind our view of money. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to the Inspirational, Informational, and Transparent Aviation Careers Podcast. In today's episode, we discuss why getting hired in this still has its challenges. Sponsor: We liked to thank our Patreon Sponsors for providing free scholarships guides to our listeners. Visit http://www.aviationcareerspodcast.com/patreon if you want to help someone achieve their career goals by providing a […] The post ACP333 If There Is A Pilot Shortage Why Can't I Get Hired? appeared first on Aviation Careers Podcast.
This month, consumer spending on airlines briefly exceeded 2019 levels on a weekly basis for the first time since the pandemic began . While this is good news, the airline industry is facing a larger problem as it begins to recover from the impacts of the pandemic . The aviation industry is facing a pilot shortage . Joining Mountain Money to talk this issue is Geoff Murray . Geoff is a Partner on Oliver Wyman 's global aerospace sector team. Geoff has more than 18 year of consulting experience in the transportation industry and is a former airline pilot and active flight instructor .
This week saw a lot of discussion around the long-fabled industry pilot shortage, particularly in the US, as well as the emerging trend of international travel bubbles. In this episode of the World of Aviation Podcast, host Adam Thorn and reporter Hannah Dowling discuss the current state of the perceived shortage and its short-term impact on the industry in light of Delta's dramatic cancellation of 100 flights. The team follows it up with debate about United's announcement to launch a new recruitment campaign for its very own pilot training academy, including its ‘controversial' decision to push for 50 per cent of all applicants to be women or people of colour. Other topics discussed this week included the beginning of international ‘travel bubbles', Iran's indictment of officials involved in the downing of a Ukrainian passenger plane, and UPS welcoming eVTOLs for rural deliveries.
Two airlines made the mistake this week of trying to make political stands, first annoying social media then annoying local state governments. Meanwhile, the President's Infrastructure Bill proposes to give Amtrak 80 million dollars which has rail fans holding their breath and United Airline has decided to create it's own flying school to combat the looming pilot shortage.
Open. Grounds for Divorce? Hi/Lo: Stimulus Edition. A.D.D. News. Listener Paige Who Lives In A Van. Whose the Most Basic? Director R.J. Cutler re: "Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry". A.D.D. News. Sweet James re: Policing the Fun Police. Time for an Intervention. Let's Ask 21 Pilots to help with Pilot Shortage. A.D.D. News. FOMO's Back. Robot Takeover. Stryker Wants A Tattoo. Close. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Yes, we're back on the subject of the pilot shortage. As the pandemic spirals down the aviation industry is spiraling up, and in this week's episode Mike and Sean weigh in while answering a listeners question. If you have a question you'd like us to answer, you can email us at: email@example.com If you're thinking about a career as a pilot you're in the right spot! The Pro-Pilot Playbook is committed to enabling people to become professional pilots FASTER and CHEAPER. Whether you are just starting out, or getting ready to apply at the airlines there's valuable information here for you. Learn more at: https://www.propilotplaybook.com Follow this link to get a free lesson and a taste of what the course has to offer: https://www.propilotplaybook.com/medical_optin
As the industry starts to – haphazardly, maybe – emerge from COVID crisis, there are worries as to whether we’re going to have enough skilled professionals left when normality returns. This week, host Phil Tarrant and guests Christian “Boo” Boucousis and Adam “Brains” Thorn talk about how a perfect storm of factors, from stand-downs to retirements and young people looking elsewhere, could damage the recovery. Plus, the team discusses the upcoming centenary of the RAAF and why it matters, and a new ticket war between Qantas, Virgin and Rex. Finally, the boys chat about whether the border crisis will ever end, and how the Victoria lockdown affects the industry.
Before the pandemic, demand for professional pilots was intense and the long-term outlook predicted severe shortages. The pandemic and decrease in air travel has led to widespread pilot layoffs and furloughs. Did COVID-19 suddenly solve the pilot shortage problem? What lies ahead for business aviation once the pandemic subsides? Will the shortage return?
“Well, that fixes the pilot shortage.” This has been the “word on the street” since the Covid-19 crisis hit in mid-March. Since then, thousands of airline pilots have taken early retirement packages and extended leaves of absence. The good news? Private charter flights are more in demand and first-time aircraft buyers are entering the market. While those factors might generate pilot demand, there aren’t enough positions to employ every furloughed airline pilot. And even if there were, many operators are leery of making the investment in them. Temporary Relief According to global management consulting firm McKinsey & Company, it might take up to four years for airline demand to come back to pre-pandemic levels. In the meantime, airlines have “solved” for this by offering early retirements, halting the natural progression of pilots through the ranks. But the strategy has produced the same effect as when the FAA raised the retirement age to 65. And that decision, as we know, fueled the pilot shortage. When a vaccine is readily available and business and leisure travelers start flying again, will the airlines be ready? Many fear that they won’t be because furloughs and early retirements have gone so deep. As we know, retraining takes time. So how will we be ready when travelers return? Especially when we’ll have a core of middle-to-late active career pilots and a surplus of out-of-currency pilots, many of whom just started their careers. Will these younger pilots leave the industry altogether? While I don’t have a crystal ball, it’s likely that the resurgence of travel and the start of additional age 65 retirements could occur simultaneously. Thus, another “perfect storm” looms, where demand for talent outstrips supply. And another pilot shortage begins. So now, temporarily, we do have some relief. But not for long. It will return, and when it does, I fear it will come with a vengeance! Don’t Let Up on the Gas In business aviation, we’ve made tremendous progress with regard to becoming competitive against the airlines. Most business aviation operators have realigned compensation and addressed headcount to help with work/life balance. Despite Covid, most of the pilots in this segment remain safely employed. More than ever, the industry is proving that being a business aviation pilot is an outstanding, stable career. At present, it’s important to support our current retention strategies. Also, let’s not allow the flood of unemployed pilots to give us a false sense of security. Because when pilots return to the airlines, there likely won’t be enough. Thus, the pull on business aviation could possibly be even more extreme than it was in the first quarter of this year. Is it worth becoming a pilot today? I would say “YES,” resoundingly. The public will travel again, and whether it’s with the airlines or on a private jet, we’ll need pilots! This is the business aviation industry’s time to shine and for the next generation to understand why a piloting career in this segment is so wonderful. Let’s not lose critical ground by kicking the proverbial can down the road. Despite an industry slump that has seen mass pilot lay-offs, the global civil aviation industry will still require an estimated 27,000 new pilots from the end of 2021, or 264,000 over the coming decade. That forecast comes from Canadian training and simulator provider CAE, which on 9 November released its latest prediction covering the demand and availability of pilots through 2029. This year, the number of active pilots has declined year on year by around 87,000 to about 300,000, but will bump up to an estimated 374,000 by the end of 2021, says CAE. Though still less than 2019 levels, by the end of next year “age-based retirements and attrition” will leave the industry short 27,000 flightcrew, says the study. That figure will balloon over 10 years to a requirement for more than 264,000 new pilots, CAE says. “Despite the short-term decline in the number of active pilots due to the impact of Covid-19, the civil aviation industry is expected to require more than 260,000 new pilots over the next decade,” CAE says. “Fundamental factors influencing pilot demand prior to the Covid-19 outbreak remain unchanged. Age-based retirement and fleet growth were, and are expected to remain, the main drivers of pilot demand.” CAE predicts the civil aviation industry will require a total of 484,000 pilots in 2029: an estimated 426,000 for airlines and another 58,000 business jet crews. Of those, 167,000 pilots will be needed to replace those who are retiring or otherwise leaving the workforce, while the remainder will be needed to meet industry expansion, CAE predicts. “Thousands of pilots have been furloughed in recent months. Many of them have pivoted to other professions and might not want to resume their pilot careers,” says the report. The Asia-Pacific region will require the most new pilots – about 91,000 over 10 years, equating to about one-third of total demand. North America will need a combined 65,000 new pilots; Europe 42,000; the Middle East 25,000; South and Central America 16,000; and Africa 4,000, CAE projects.
Starting off with Positive news, SA has opened the borders, and there are no further restrictions on countries that are allowed to visit. Looking forward to seeing the Tourism and hospitality sectors flourish again South African Airline operators Comair & Lift starting up operations in December Interesting talk on ticket prices vs flexibility options and the omission of genuine Mango news. Airlink have a cool new colour scheme and are finally rid of the heavy flag. The vaccine is nearly ready to roll out, and with that the requirement for freighter aircraft to move it around the world. Rumours of Pilot shortages in the next year? To connect with the Bryan Air Podcast CREW on LinkedIn, click on any of the below: Bryan Roseveare linkedin.com/in/bryanroseveare Brett Preston linkedin.com/in/brettmpreston Ryan Parrock linkedin.com/in/ryanparrock We are also proudly endorsed by: The AviaDev Africa Podcast details are as follows: https://aviadevinsight.libsyn.com/ Don’t forget that along with our main sponsor Simaero, we have support from “Aviation4SA”, “Jared Le Roux Web design” and “Unique Air Charter” https://www.aviation4sa.co.za :https//www.jaredleroux.com https://www.uniqueair.co.za/
The PILOT SHORTAGE IS REAL | First hand from Airline Transport Pilot Our member Sam is here in the new studio with us today! He is letting us know what he has been up to and talks a little bit about what he's been seeing with pilot shortages in the industry. He got his helicopter add on from commercial airline and is excited to be with us discussing this topic and more! Please watch the video and leave your questions and comments below! Thanks so much for your support! #coffeewithkenny
Episode 08 of Squawk Ident recorded on 7th of November, 2019 In our very first interview on Squawk Ident, Av8rTony has a wonderful discussion with Captain Roger. They discuss everything from how Roger started down the path of an aviation career to the many hurtles he had to overcome. From student pilot to multi-engine instructor, from airline furloughs to cargo operations, we even talk about a bird strike or two. [1:02] Introduction [4:00] The Start of the Dream [17:04] First Part 121 Job [21:57] Surviving a Furlough by Floating Down Stream [27:57] Bird Strike! [44:32] Choosing Quality of Life Over Bad Schedules [48:32] Colgan Flight 3407 [52.36] King Airs to Part 135 [01:01:01] Pilot Shortage [01:13:49] Closing Statements Roger's Beach 99 - http://www.birdstrikenews.com/2009/12/full-size-photos-from-show-low-bird.html Bird Strike near Show Low, AZ - http://www.airsafenews.com/2009/11/amerifligt-aircraft-escapes-disaster.html Colgan Flight 3407 - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colgan_Air_Flight_3407 Pilot Shortage Article - https://theconversation.com/the-us-is-facing-a-serious-shortage-of-airline-pilots-95699 visit www.Av8rtony.com for all your Squawk Ident gear, show audio, and more. Thank you for listening and don't forget to Subscribe, Like, Share, and Sponsor. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/SquawkIdent/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/SquawkIdent/support
Autonomous flight, the pilot shortage, and diversity. Only David Costa, The RenegadeAV8R can link these three topics together in one show. You won't want to miss David's take on how technology will solve all of this in aviation. The question is, "Is it the right solution?" A license under the Salem Radio Network. All rights reserved.
Listen In To Learn: How data-driven instruction can accelerate learning How virtual reality can promote diversity in a recruitment process How “vertically integrated training” can solve labor shortages The Looming Crisis in the Aviation Industry Pilots must retire at 65 by federal mandate, and there aren’t enough new pilots coming in to balance the aging population. The existing model for pilot training is part of the problem: It’s costly and time-consuming for potential recruits, with barriers of entry that tend to narrow the applicant pool and discourage diversity. Ed Bagden and his team are looking to combat the problem by creating a new model for pilot training. LIFT Academy uses virtual reality to help diverse candidates visualize themselves in the captain’s chair. Then applicants have access to subsidized, tech-enabled training with a guaranteed career path. On this episode, Ed explains how virtual reality, data mining, and machine learning can all be put into play to solve the pilot shortage.
Episode 421 is about the real pilot shortage as seen through a University's study and an aircraft manufacturor's findings. What happened to the old fashioned flight school back in the days of "stick and rudder/" Tune in Monday, July 8th at 7:00 pm EDT when we depart the Gate to another adventure.
Increase in terminations: an unintended consequence of the pilot shortage. Welcome to the inspirational, informational, and transparent aviation careers podcast. If you have a questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Today I purposely do not have a guest because I want to talk to you about a sensitive subject. In the past year I have […] The post ACP212 Increase In Terminations – An Unintended Consequence of the Pilot Shortage appeared first on Aviation Careers Podcast.
Let's Talk About the A380, Helicopters, and the Effects of the Dreaded Pilot Shortage. On this episode Ray and Cory go into the discontinuation of the A380, the challenges facing helicopter pilots and the shortage causing chaos around the world as less and less people become pilots and mechanics.
On part 1 of "Clear the Air" we discuss the pilot shortage with Kirsty Ferguson from Pinstripe Solutions. Is there really a shortage of people or is a shortage of skills and experience or is it both? Kirsty is an industry insider with a deep understanding of what it takes to help candidates achieve their first airline job. Listen in as she explains her view of the industry. https://www.pinstripesolutions.com/
NEWS [59:05] Live - Gatwick chaos as drones causes runway to close [1:09:54] 737 Passenger Plane Slams Into Drone During Landing [1:13:30] Vanuatu Uses Drones to Deliver Vaccines to Remote Island [1:16:51] ATAC Civilian Hawker Hunter Crashes Off Honolulu, Pilot Injured During Ejection [1:27:31] Incident: Taban MD88 at Karaj on Nov 16th 2018, Went Around from Very Low Height at Wrong Airport [1:31:38] Incident: Belavia B735 at Kiev on Dec 9th 2018, Damaged Runway Lights and Right Engine Cowl on Landing FEEDBACK [1:40:53] John - Some Comic Relief from YouTube [1:45:32] Mike - Precision Approach Technique Question [2:05:14] Plane Tale - Flown West [2:27:34] Texas Charlie - North Pole Warns of Pilot Shortage as Reindeer Leave for Commercial Sleighlines [2:30:44] David - Uncomfortable Landing at Southampton to Save a Few Minutes Time? [2:48:43] Chuck, Gus, Sean - Popeyes Selling 'Emotional Support Chickens' for Philadelphia Fliers [2:51:36] Capt Steve - Update - Audio [2:54:27] Matt - Update on His Progress VIDEO Audible.com Trial Membership Offer - Get your free audio book today! Give me your review in iTunes! I'm "airlinepilotguy" on Facebook, and "airlinepilotguy" on Twitter. email@example.com airlinepilotguy.com ATC audio from http://LiveATC.net Intro/outro Music, Coffee Fund theme music by Geoff Smith thegeoffsmith.com Dr. Steph's intro music by Nevil Bounds Capt Nick's intro music by Kevin from Norway (aka Kevski) Doh De Oh by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100255 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Copyright © AirlinePilotGuy 2018, All Rights Reserved Airline Pilot Guy Show by Jeff Nielsen is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License
More than 530 U.S. Air Force Academy cadets from the 2019 graduating class have been matched to attend pilot training pending final qualifications and commissioning. This is a 26 percent increase over the 2018 class.
NEWS [34:26.573] California guardsman killed in Ukrainian Su-27 crash [39:03.087] UPDATE: Report on Thunderbird Crash [46:09.101] Update: Qantas engine damage causes loud bang [48:42.603] Cypriot budget airline Cobalt has suspended operations [50:26.000] Accident: Argentinas A332 near Rio Branco on Oct 18th 2018, severe turbulence causes 10-15 injuries [57:27.548] Man Overdosed on Heroin, Spoke to God, and Went Looking for a Date on Southwest Airlines [1:00:15.168] The World's Largest Amphibious Aircraft, the AVIC AG600 Kunlong, Completed its Maiden Water-Borne Take-Off & Landing Today in China [1:01:43.657] INCIDENT: A Drone Came Within 10 Feet of a Virgin Atlantic Dreamliner on Approach to London Heathrow Airport [1:08:12.726] Rosella Bjornson was the first female commercial pilot in North America [1:12:37.360] Accident: Malaysia B738 at Shanghai on Oct 21st 2018, rejected takeoff due to burst tyres [1:19:55.146] Cockpit Voice Recorders -- FAA reqs changing [1:24:28.301] Air Canada jet damaged while on LaGuardia taxiway by another plane [1:26:24.640] Canadian rapper dies after falling off airplane wing in failed stunt in B.C. FEEDBACK [1:35:08.123] Steve - ATC Language Barriers [1:52:11.035] Chris - Frank Abagnale - How He Fooled the Airlines [2:00:08.883] Plane Tale - Here We go, hold ‘em Cowboy! [2:24:52.559] Paul - Fake Qualifications [2:29:53.111] Frik - Airlines Folding vs Pilot Shortage [2:32:20.098] Capt Nick - CNN: Why Do We Cry on Airplanes? [2:38:37.735] George - APG 344 [2:42:46.601] John - Toronto City Tour with Liz Pyper and Brenda Scott VIDEO Audible.com Trial Membership Offer - Get your free audio book today! Give me your review in iTunes! I'm "airlinepilotguy" on Facebook, and "airlinepilotguy" on Twitter. firstname.lastname@example.org airlinepilotguy.com ATC audio from http://LiveATC.net Intro/outro Music, Coffee Fund theme music by Geoff Smith thegeoffsmith.com Dr. Steph's intro music by Nevil Bounds Capt Nick's intro music by Kevin from Norway (aka Kevski) Copyright © AirlinePilotGuy 2018, All Rights Reserved Airline Pilot Guy Show by Jeff Nielsen is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License
All the news to know for Thursday, July 26th, 2018! Today, we're talking about everything from a trade deal to a lake on Mars. Plus: self-driving cars ready to take you shopping. All that and much more in less than 10 minutes! Award-winning broadcast journalist and former TV news reporter Erica Mandy breaks it all down for you. Then, hang out after the news for the bonus Three Question Thursday interview. This week we're talking about the pilot shortage. For more info and links to all the stories referenced in today's episode, visit https://www.theNewsWorthy.com and click Episodes.
Our guest for this show is John O. Graybil, a FAA designated master pilot with over 50 years of aviation experience. After John’s wife had a near-death experience as a passenger in a friend’s private airplane, he wrote “Private-Airplane Passenger Safety: What You Need to Know” as a guide to help other passengers know if their pilot and their flight will be a safe one.
(L-R) Dennis Sinnett, EKU Aviation Coordinator; Tom Martin, Eastern Standard host; Dr. Willi Walker - Co-Founder of EKU Aviation School Interested in a career in aviation? Learn more about the EKU Aviation Program at aviation.eku.edu. Find more information on aviation careers at trainedforlife.alpa.org, aviationworks4u.org and alpa.org.
(L-R) Dennis Sinnett, EKU Aviation Coordinator; Tom Martin, Eastern Standard host; Dr. Willi Walker - Co-Founder of EKU Aviation School Interested in a career in aviation? Learn more about the EKU Aviation Program at aviation.eku.edu. Find more information on aviation careers at trainedforlife.alpa.org, aviationworks4u.org and alpa.org.
Is there a pilot shortage in Australia? In our second podcast episode we talk to aviation recruitment specialist Kirsty Ferguson of Pinstripe Solutions and AOPA Australia executive director Ben Morgan about pilot training and recruitment, while long-time Australian Aviation contributor and airline pilot Owen Zupp discusses his experiences flying the RAAF’s new Pilatus PC-21.
This episode discusses the pilot shortage problem and helps answer the question, “How do I keep my pilots(s)?” We’ll hack through the hearsay and discuss five data points that can drive your pilot retention up, or down… so you can decide how to manage pilot retention in your flight operation. […]
This week I have another great episode of listener email with my good friend, Flight Instructor, and Aerospace Director at Polk State College Eric Crump. In this episode we answer questions related to: Questions from a College Grad The CTP Requirement Pilot Shortage PRIA Requests Plus a few more Links Mentioned in the Podcast: ￼Regional Airline Association […] The post ACP075 – Questions from a College Grad, the CTP Requirement, Pilot Shortage, PRIA Requests, and More appeared first on Aviation Careers Podcast.