Both Boeing and Airbus have recently predicted the need for as many as 617,000 new pilots over the next 20 years – airlines need to act now, says Sam Sprules, aviation recruitment expert.
You’ve been through the training, you’ve submitted your applications and you’ve just landed an interview with an airline – here are Pilot Career News’ top tips to prepare for your pilot interview
Teenagers Luke Elsworth and Besa Mumba made headlines recently after they both landed airline flying jobs, at just 19 – so how old do you have to be to fly commercial airliners?
In a bid to be transparent about its training costs, FTA has produced a breakdown of where their cadets’ pilot training investment goes, from flight training to airport fees
As the people of the UK prepare to vote in a referendum on 23 June, to decide whether to remain a part of the EU or to leave, Pilot Career News takes a look what the Brexit could mean for aviation industry, and finds out where a few key players stand
As Irish airline CityJet announces it will welcome ten new cadets to its Integrated Training Programme in 2016, we spoke to Captain Sheena Anderson, who flies the BAE AVRO RJ85 on the CityJet network
There has never been a better time to build a career in the aviation industry. Airlines are growing, with more flights and more routes than ever before. Yet just 3% of commercial pilots are female and this statistic has to change
The report into the Germanwings air tragedy in 2015 has endorsed earlier findings which recommend peer support and improved psychological monitoring in the airline industry