Two years ago low-fare European airline Ryanair first considered flying between London and New York. This was a time when few viable low-cost airlines had scheduled flights across the Atlantic Ocean.
But now two European low-cost operators have recently announced plans to start international service within months from now. They see this as a prime opportunity. It is also a prime opportunity for pilots — more flights mean more pilots needed.
Low-cost, long-distance flights have already become more common in routes between Australia and Asia. Over the last couple of years, several airlines including Air Asia X, Tiger Airways and Jetstar have build up sizable networks.
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