Airline Industry Expects to Buy 30,000 New Aircraft
Friday, September 17, 2010
Boeing has indicated the needs for personnel are even greater than indicated in the prior post on this blog site. Just this week, Boeing indicated the industry will have to hire 466,650 pilots in the next two decades to meet demand. According to Boeing's Chief Customer Officer, Roel Ganzarski, "Our challenge is adapting training to engage the future generation of epople who will fly and maintain the more than 30,000 airplanes that will be delivered by 2029."
As was indicated in the previous blog entry, the biggest need is in the fast-growing Asia-Pacific region. In the next 20 years, it is anticipated that 180,000 pilots will be required. Typically, airlines in this part of the world come to the U.S. to hire new pilots, as the Asia-Pacific region doesn't have sufficient pilot training capabilities to meet this demand.
Also, according to Boeing, North America's airline industry will need nearly 100,000 pilots.
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