Pilots Needed for China's Airlines
Wednesday, July 04, 2007
Forecasts indicate that the Chinese mainland will need more than 3,000 passenger aircraft and freighters through 2025, some 2,050 single aisle aircraft, nearly 600 smaller twin-aisle aircraft and over 200 intermediate twin-aisle aircraft plus 180 very large aircraft. And how many pilots will they need to fly these aircraft? 6,000? 10,000?
China is hiring pilots from China, from Chinese-speaking countries, and also from non-Chinese speaking countries. The need for pilots is great. Are you interested?
Airbus predicts that the Chinese mainland passenger fleet will more than truple in the next 20 years, making it the world's second largest aviation market. According to the International Air Transport Association's (IATA) estimates, the gratest demand for the next 20 or more years will come from the U.S. and second, from China.
Experts say that China will need at least 240,000 civil aviation experts. Today, in the U.S. more than 700,000 people are working for aviation companies; the number in China is approximately 200,000.
Phoenix East Aviation Inc
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