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is all it costs to experience an Introductory Flight with you in the pilot's seat!
(cost may vary depending
upon actual flight time)

 

 

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 PFTC Annual Open House

Saturday, August 9th 10am-2pm. Cookout, "Learn to Fly" presentation, raffle and more. See the flyer for details.

 

Boeing's Take On The Pilot Shortage

Boeing released its 2013 Pilot and Technician Outlook that predicts the need for nearly 500,000 airline pilots by 2032, and the company says the number shows an increase over previous forecasts for nearly all regions. Worldwide, the demand manifests as about 25,000 new pilots needed each year over the next two decades, according to the company's latest best guess. Read more

 

Airlines Hire Pilots as Shortage Looms

As airlines plan to hire hundreds of new pilots, industry officials warn that a shortage looms because of retirements, greater training requirements and longer rest periods between shifts. Read more

 

 Burgeoning Demand for Highly Trained Personnel

As global economies expand and airlines take delivery of tens of thousands of new commercial jetliners over the next 20 years, the demand for personnel to fly and maintain those airplanes will be unprecedented. The aviation industry will need to supply approximately one million new commercial airline pilots and maintenance technicians between now and 2032 to support this tremendous growth. Read more

 

 

 

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