Covid has slowed civilian air travel for the short term. With vaccinations, testing regimes and treatments becoming more reliable and available, the industry is poised to return to pre-Covid flying. If you use this time for training you will set yourself up for primetime hiring.
According to Boeing's 2021 Pilot Outlook Projection, about 70 percent of commercial airline pilots will be retiring in the next fifteen to twenty years, which has created a pilot shortage. The pandemic paused hiring temporarily but the industry shortage is just beginning. Airlines have been forced to come up with creative solutions to fill their expanding fleets and build pipelines for the anticipated growth returning over the next couple of years.
If you have ever dreamed of becoming an airline pilot, now is the time to start. Contact us to learn more about which of our training tracks will best meet your individual needs.
Sometimes having options is complicated. Let us help you find out which route is best for you.
Infinity Flight Group offers flight training under both sets of FAA training regulations, the Federal Aviation Regulations, (FAR) part 141 through MCCC, and FAR part 61. Whether you choose Part 141 or 61, the FAA requires the same performance standards and the certificate you earn in either option is the same. What differentiates the two is structure and accountability.