US and International Airlines Now Hiring
Wednesday, July 04, 2007
All major US airlines are now hiring pilots, according to Chris Lehman, Editor in Chief for Civil Aviation Training magazine. He sites a global boom in commercial airline orders, aggressive recruiting of North American pilots by overseas carriers, and continued high rates of retirements, as fueling this hiring.
With global airline fleets expected to double by 2025 -- to over 35,000 aircraft -- it's clear that the number of pilots needed will more than double. It is also believed that the Very Light Jet (VLJ) may also spark significant additional hiring of pilots, as nearly 1,000 VLJs will be delivered by 2010. Expanding overseas carrriers are in such need of pilots that they are conducting job fairs in the US and promising a much quicker entry to the left seat, as aircraft captain, of the new generation of aircraft, plus in most cases, offering better salaries.
Phoenix East Aviation Inc
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