The following jobs have been pulled from multiple sources. It is hoped this will help supplement and simplify pilot’s efforts to look for applicable pilot positions.
As you target specific kinds of jobs examples of effective keywords include Ground Instructor, 737, Air Force, etc.
The good news is it appears the U.S. (if containment methods hold) is on track to peak in Active cases soon. Once that happens we can expect to begin the slow road to recovery. There are parallels that allow us to learn from the Chinese recovery as we appear to be about 1.5-2 months behind them.
The following tools allow users to compare U.S. State data trends compiled by https://covidtracking.com/.
Now that the CARE act has been written into law, the approach for the next 6 months has become more clear for the airlines.
So lets get down to the nuts and bolts of it. As the world grapples with the uncertainty of COVID-19, many pilots have been talking about furlough concerns
There is a lot we can learn from the initial Chinese recovery since their size is comparable to the US or European markets.
Calculating a pilot demand estimate using the 9/11 L recovery from the COVID-19 Impact Article 2 and the V-shaped recovery from the initial article, coupled with the largest cuts currently posted.
What is concerning(if Delta’s booking curve is similar to SouthWest), is that in a matter of roughly TEN DAYS Delta felt they had enough data to justify announcing grounding of over 300 of their aircraft in the coming weeks/months.
As the drop in bookings become increasingly motivated by fear rather than economic factors this second article looks closely at the drop in traffic after another fear based traffic shock (9/11) and attempts to model the traffics impact on pilot demand.
In every problem there usually lies an opportunity if airlines are smart. Air travel has a very good chance of rebounding, and what airlines do during the 6-10 months to make the most of their unique opportunities may bring important results.
With so much incomplete information in the news and in analyst or financial commentary it was time to start a more regular educational blog about the Aviation and Airline industry. Using better data and fresh perspective provided by the website. Please feel free to...