U.S. Pilot Shortage Claims a Casualty: Will More Airlines Shut Down?

Tomás Del Coro  / Flickr

A Great Lakes Beechcraft Beech 1900D taxis in Las Vegas in 2011. The airline is selling most of its assets because it doesn’t have enough pilots. Tomás Del Coro / Flickr

Skift Take: Great Lakes Airlines is essentially going out of business. The Regional Airline Assocation is using this as a chance to lobby politicians to relax requirements on pilot training. But that’s probably not necessary. There’s reason to believe the Great Lakes situation was unique.

— Brian Sumers

Read the Complete Story On Skift

Ryan Wolkov

PRC Time Shares

Author: Ryan Wolkov

Powered by WPeMatico