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Armed Forces record that shows the pilot passed a pilot proficiency check and instrument proficiency check in an aircraft as a military pilot. Armed Forces record that shows the person is a military pilot in the U. Armed Forces ; ii An official U. Just like that, the pipeline was broken. Fewer pilots to fly James Record, an aviation professor at Dowling College, said other factors are also to blame for the regional airline pilot shortage.
The military is using more drones and fewer aircraft, and so is training fewer pilots. Meanwhile, a mandatory retirement age of 65 means pilots from the Vietnam War era are phasing out. When his students finish college, they have their pilots licenses and about hours of flight time.
More aspiring pilots are taking unconventional routes. Seth Rozzellean airline consultant and flight attendant, has always wanted to be a pilot.
Schools will also hire graduates as trainers, which also allows them to stack up flying hours. He said while smaller regional carriers are feeling the pilot crunch now, it could hit bigger carriers in the future as the shortage moves up the pipeline. JetBlue recently announced a pilot training programwhich Record said is a good start.
What if you have a medical problem half way through? Changes to the system The 1, hour requirement is set to expire this fall, and many regional airlines are lobbying for it not to be renewed.
These programs have proven highly successful in other countries around the world.
He said solutions are already being worked out outside of Congress. Things like signing bonuses, retention bonuses, and referral bonuses are terms being thrown around many airlines to help increase that first-year pay. They have to take some of the responsibility for getting people on the right path.