Airlines Eye More Pilots to Meet Rising Demands Due to Shortage Crisis in Asia

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Airlines from all over the Asia Pacific region will now be forced to lower their hiring standards of pilots as its shortage crisis worsen air travels.

Yes, you read it right! Airline pilots will soon be in demand not just in the country but also in some countries in Asia.

According to forecasts of aerospace giant Boeing, about 260,000 out of 790,00 new pilots needed in 20 years are in Asia, especially in China.

With this, aviation academies need to produce at least 80 graduates every day, said Emirates Flight Training Academy Vice President Abdulla Al Hammadi.

To meet the rising demands, airlines are eyeing to get experienced pilots as much as possible with high tendency of hiring neophytes in order to equalize rising passenger levels.

This will put aviation industries at risk as there is now a high chance for less-skilled pilots to get hired in carrier companies which brings up concerns over falling safety standards.

Now, airline companies are starting to level the playing field by relying and outsourcing from pilot academies. Industries have came up with their own solution to face the crisis unless they want more flight cancellations.

Australia’s second-largest carrier, Virgin Australia Airlines, is set to open their own pilot training academy with the help of a partner from China to satisfy the growing demands.

In India, aviation industries are luring professional pilots with high salaries and exceptional incentives.

China has a better idea of dropping some of its requisites for pilots such as lowering the height and eyesight requirements.

Even Japan airlines are now adapting fast as airlines are starting to recruit pilot trainees to absorb them in the near future.

Reports from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) show that the number of air passengers in Asia will continue to grow as 4.59 billion passengers worldwide are expected in 2019. More passengers means more pilots and other resources.

In the Philippines, the Pilot Training School of OMNI Aviation has continuously brought topnotch commercial pilots in the industry worldwide. The Academy has proven with its 25 years of existence the commitment to provide its trainees the highest flight training standards wanted by airlines.

Airlines Eye More Pilots to Meet Rising Demands Due to Shortage Crisis in Asia

by | Jun 14, 2019 | blogs | 0 comments

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Airlines from all over the Asia Pacific region will now be forced to lower their hiring standards of pilots as its shortage crisis worsen air travels.

Yes, you read it right! Airline pilots will soon be in demand not just in the country but also in some countries in Asia.

According to forecasts of aerospace giant Boeing, about 260,000 out of 790,00 new pilots needed in 20 years are in Asia, especially in China.

With this, aviation academies need to produce at least 80 graduates every day, said Emirates Flight Training Academy Vice President Abdulla Al Hammadi.

To meet the rising demands, airlines are eyeing to get experienced pilots as much as possible with high tendency of hiring neophytes in order to equalize rising passenger levels.

This will put aviation industries at risk as there is now a high chance for less-skilled pilots to get hired in carrier companies which brings up concerns over falling safety standards.

Now, airline companies are starting to level the playing field by relying and outsourcing from pilot academies. Industries have came up with their own solution to face the crisis unless they want more flight cancellations.

Australia’s second-largest carrier, Virgin Australia Airlines, is set to open their own pilot training academy with the help of a partner from China to satisfy the growing demands.

In India, aviation industries are luring professional pilots with high salaries and exceptional incentives.

China has a better idea of dropping some of its requisites for pilots such as lowering the height and eyesight requirements.

Even Japan airlines are now adapting fast as airlines are starting to recruit pilot trainees to absorb them in the near future.

Reports from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) show that the number of air passengers in Asia will continue to grow as 4.59 billion passengers worldwide are expected in 2019. More passengers means more pilots and other resources.

In the Philippines, the Pilot Training School of OMNI Aviation has continuously brought topnotch commercial pilots in the industry worldwide. The Academy has proven with its 25 years of existence the commitment to provide its trainees the highest flight training standards wanted by airlines.

WHO ARE WE?
OMNI AVIATION

As a premiere Aviation school in the Philippines, Omni Airline Training Academy is the sole International Airport Transportation Association (IATA) Authorized Training Center in the country. Its programs include Pilot Training, Cabin Crew Training, Airline Services Training, and Aircraft Maintenance Training.

HOW TO REACH US?
CONTACT INFO

We are located at Manuel A Roxas Highway, Clark Freeport Zone, 2009 Clark, Philippines

FOR INQUIRIES, PLEASE CALL:
(+63)(045) 499-6664

Or use our contact form to contact us
click here

WHO ARE WE?
OMNI AVIATION

As a premiere Aviation school in the Philippines, Omni Airline Training Academy is the sole International Airport Transportation Association (IATA) Authorized Training Center in the country. Its programs include Pilot Training, Cabin Crew Training, Airline Services Training, and Aircraft Maintenance Training.

HOW TO REACH US?
CONTACT INFO

We are located at Manuel A Roxas Highway, Clark Freeport Zone, 2009 Clark, Philippines

FOR INQUIRIES, PLEASE CALL:
(+63)(045) 499-6664

Or use our contact form to contact us
click here

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All Rights Reserved.

Copyright 2019. Omni Aviations.
All Rights Reserved.