A third of airline pilots still grounded

Thursday, Jan 27, 2022 0

Over one-third of all airline pilots are still not flying as Covid continues to heavily impact global aviation. A survey of more than 1,700 pilots found 62% globally were employed and currently flying.

That is up from 43% a year earlier. The Asia-Pacific region is the hardest-hit with only 53% employed and flying regularly.

Of those pilots still flying nearly two-thirds said they are concerned about job security.

 

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