Aviation Industry in the Country Seeks More Commercial Pilots
More and more commercial pilots are needed in the aviation industry as demand rises in the entire globe affecting airline companies in the Philippines.
Aerospace company giant Boeing estimated that around 800,000 pilots will be in demand for the next 20 years.
Airline companies in the country are now gearing up to new measures to retain a good number of pilots to address this shortage issue.
Philippine Airlines, with over 1,000 pilots, is planning to hire 20 new pilots this year.
The country’s flag carrier is continuously conducting regular training with recurrent training every six months.
Meanwhile, Cebu Pacific is always on the lookout for new pilots.
The low-cost airline company recently screened its sixth batch of cadet pilots from about 8,000 online applications.
Aviation academies are also preparing for this growing demand through pilot programs ready to cater aspiring commercial pilots.
OMNI Aviation’s Pilot Training School has already partnered with various airlines in providing them world-class professionals in the industry.
The Academy has proved to be a trustworthy training grounds for aspiring pilots with its record of over 30 career placements worldwide.