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Corporate Culture Fit `Key' to Pilot Hiring
Flying through the air is not always done with the greatest of ease. Finding--and filling--business aviation jobs offer unique challenges, and an improved hiring process is helping operators attract and retain top-caliber flight crews for the expanding 15,000-aircraft fleet. ``Certainly, there is no shortage of good candidates,'' said Bob Blouin, NBAA senior vice president for operations. ``What we are seeing is graduates from the Embry-Riddles and UNDs [University of North Dakota] of the world and applicants from within the corporate community.