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Old 28th Nov 2018, 20:39
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Keg

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Originally Posted by ClearanceClarence1 View Post
I flew with a management guy recently who said they need 300 pilots next year, 200 retirements through to 2021 and there will be expansion with more routes and more planes ordered. Over the long term they will prefer to take pilots from the group airlines.
The retirement numbers quoted by AIPA indicate only 76 pilots hitting 65 from 2019- 2021.

2019- 20
2020- 21
2021- 35
2022- 51
2023- 50
2024- 59
2025- 65
2026- 83
2027- 83
2028- 79
2029- 70
2030- 79

Of course many more may retire before 65 and no doubt a number of 744 pilots are likely to go when that fleet goes and distort the numbers over the next couple of years.




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