U.S. airlines may have received a five-year reprieve from scrambling to find enough pilots because of the recent lifting of the Age 60 mandatory retirement rule, but the pilot shortage will soon catch up. The shortage may be more acute and imminent at the regional airline and instructor level, but it will creep up — and quickly — to major airlines, which need to start planning now and considering new programs, such as paying for training, to bring more pilots into the pool, panelists ...

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