Airline Recovery Forecast
Kit Darby joins the Ride Report for an update on the airline recovery.
Airline Pilot Demand after COVID
Kit Darby joins the Ride Report for an update on airline pilot demand and projections on how the industry might recover after COVID-19.
Developing a Job Search Plan During a down turn:
Kit Darby, from Kit Darby Aviation Consulting, joins the Ride Report to discuss Developing a Job Search Plan.
Sling Pilot Academy:
Want to be an Airline Pilot? Here’s 10 Things to Know about the academy If you missed the original Webinar, this is the full interview with aviation expert Kit Darby https://kitdarby.com/wp. We cover all of the basics you’ll need to get started on your airline pilot journey.
Paying For Flight School – Pilot Q&A
Visit https://youtu.be/_F4Aiu1XYy4 and get a comprehensive Q and A session on paying for flight school.
Stay Or Go? Older Pilots’ Decisions On Early-Out Offers Will Impact The Futures Of Thousands – Forbes Magazine
The nation’s oldest airline pilots – typically those between the ages of 60 and 65 – are fast approaching deadlines for making decisions whether to accept early retirement offers that could put as much as $982,000 into their pockets now while also potentially saving...
Résumés for professional pilots – AOPAForums
A résumé is a detailed summary of your work experience and qualifications, and it is the most important tool for your job search. Your résumé serves several purposes. The résumé represents you, the applicant. It is your image on paper or online. Thus, your résumé...
Change in the Air | 2020-07-07 | Halldale Group
Airlines around the world are beginning to ramp up operations again. CAT Editor Rick Adams, FRAeS, outlines some of the considerations for pilots, cabin crew and maintenance technicians and the retraining required for restarting the engines. Source
In a shift, Boeing says pilots need simulator training before flying the 737 Max
By Lori Aratani, The Washington Post, Jan 7, 2020 7:01 PM EST In an abrupt shift, Boeing said Tuesday it is recommending that all 737 Max pilots undergo simulator training before they resume flying the jets — a decision that could further delay the plane’s return to service. https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/trafficandcommuting/in-a-shift-boeing-says-pilots-need-simulator-training-before-flying-the-737-max/2020/01/07/97c399ee-3181-11ea-91fd-82d4e04a3fac_story.html