Pilot training

Boeing’s VP for Flight Services, Sherry Ann Carbary, said the hemisphere would need more than half a million line airline qualified pilots and technicians through to 2035, and 30,000 of them would be in positions in the Oceania division, dominated by Australia and New Zealand.

Ms Carbary said “This translates into exciting career opportunities for those interested in the aerospace industry. We recognize that to attract a new generation of pilots and technicians, we need to inspire and train them in new ways and that’s why Boeing continues to work closely with airlines, regulators, flight schools and other industry groups to develop innovative training methods and courseware.”

Boeing said that, “As with personnel demand, the Asia-Pacific region also leads the demand for new commercial aeroplane deliveries over the next 20 years. The region comprises 40 per cent of the global need due to fleet growth in the single-aisle market, driven by low-cost carriers.”

According to Boeing’s 2016 Current Market Outlook, 15,130 new aeroplanes, valued at $2.35 trillion, will be needed in the Asia-Pacific region by 2035.


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