Airbus has created an ab initio pilot training program and intends to implement it in its global network of partner flying schools. The plan signals rising concerns about the varying levels of pilot training by country. The airframer is striving to standardize initial training, although national authorities have the final say. Airlines worldwide face a pilot shortage created by the tandem forces of pilot retirements and escalating air traffic. Thus far, the focus has been on the ...

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