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Current Hiring Situation at US Regionals (Covid19 - summer 2020)

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Current Hiring Situation at US Regionals (Covid19 - summer 2020)

Old 24th Jun 2020, 17:32
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Current Hiring Situation at US Regionals (Covid19 - summer 2020)

Can anybody comment on above question? I believe it'll take at least a year until things are back to "normal" and the Regionals resume hiring again.

Since I currently live abroad, how about the CFI situation at flight schools in the States? Are some schools still hiring instructors? I guess most of those instructors who made it to a Regional just prior the Covid19 pandemic returned to their previous school and instruct again?

I think business is pretty slow at the flight schools in the US right now, especially at the big pilot mills with a lot a foreign students?
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Old 24th Jun 2020, 19:11
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We can only speculate about the future even near term.

Hard to say where the regional refugees will go when furloughed. While most of them may have instructed at some point, I doubt there will be enough CFI spots available to accommodate large numbers of them.

These are tough, uncertain times. I just feel bad for all the people who'll be affected.
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