Pilot-Training Bottlenecks Vary Among U.S. Carriers

pilots at Ronald Reagan National Airport
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ORLANDO, Florida―U.S. airlines are unified in recognizing the need to get more pilot candidates in the pipeline but are grappling with training-process bottlenecks as they work to grow their near-term pool of qualified line pilots. United Airlines is pushing to hire 200 pilots per month and believes...

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