Happy with your flight crew? Then you’d best be prepared to take action to keep them. We are now in the third year of an unprecedented shortage of pilots, and the situation is not going to get better quickly. What can you do to ensure that your NextGen pilots stay with you, and that new pilots will be in the pipeline when your current pilots retire? In “Sticky Business,” Sheryl Barden of Aviation Personnel International tells you six ways to find and keep new pilots.
That pressure to add and retain pilots keeps increasing, as our industry adds more travel options. In “Innovation’s in the Air,” Sean McGeough of Wheels Up talks about new membership programs that offer an alternative to ownership, charter, and jet cards.
You’ll find these stories and more in the May/June 2019 issue of Business Aviation Advisor. To continue receiving this critical information as well as to view the digital edition – go to www.bizavadvisor.com and complete the short subscriber qualification form.
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