The Career Pilots Association (CPA) has asked the National Transportation Safety Board to determine whether requiring pilots to pay for their own training to get a job has any bearing on recent accident investigations. The newly formed group, which represents individual pilots, asked NTSB to scrutinize pay-for-training practices, which usually require pilots to agree to pay for their training before they are hired, and the buy-a-job method, in which an airline sells time in the pilot or ...


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