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Whether you need industry forecasting, feasibility studies, expert witness, or general consulting, allow Kit Darby to analyze and fulfill your aviation consulting needs.
The Consulting Group has helped governments agencies, public and private corporations, airlines around the world, and lawyers answer questions like these:
- Can you provide the most up-to-date pilot demographic information for my company’s strategic planning?
- What are the projected pilot hiring and retirement trends?
- How does my company’s pay, retirement, and benefits compare with the rest of the industry?
- Can you help me fill in the statistical blanks in my aviation business proposal?
- Can you help me validate my aviation business plan assumption?
- Is this a trend or a fad?
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Pilot hiring is coming back strong with major and regional passenger airlines opening their application windows and scheduling and conducting interviews. Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, cargo, corporate, fractional, and charter operators continued to hire....
There is no doubting the fact that 2020 was one of the toughest years ever for the aerospace and aviation industries. Cancelled flights, job furloughs and losses, carriers ceasing trading completely despite many governments doing their best to help – it was all there....
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(Reuters) – Boeing’s 737 MAX is set to return to the skies in Canada with a local twist in the cockpit, after Ottawa became the last major Western regulator to lift a 20-month safety ban. Small print in Thursday’s Transport Canada announcement sheds light on a...
CAT Editor-in-Chief Rick Adams, FRAeS, talks with Kit Darby, one of the leading experts on professional pilot careers about the state of the North American aviation market – recovery, retirements, furloughs, pay packages, and advice for moving to the head of the queue...
Many airline jobs have been protected by $25 billion in federal payroll support. More than 75,000 U.S. airline employees have been warned their jobs are at risk. Support has grown for another $25 billion in aid. Read More