An increasing number of airlines are starting to create their own training programs to establish new pipelines for pilots in the face of an anticipated global shortage, training integrator CAE said. Speaking during the Farnborough Air Show July 17, CAE group president, civil aviation training solutions Nick Leontidis said that 12 airlines had set up their own pilot creation programs in the past three years. Most were in Asia, the fastest-expanding region for commercial aviation. The need ...

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