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    Talking Point

    At first glance, actions in the past two weeks by three regional carriers owned by American Airlines Group to raise the base pay for a first-year pilot to more than $58,000 and to increase sign-up-plus-retention bonuses to as much as $35,000 might seem to help ease a potentially massive US commercial-pilot shortage before it gets fully underway.

    However, in reality US regional airline-industry observers think the pilot-pay increase announcements made by Envoy Air, Piedmont Airlines and PSA Airlines will do little in the short term other than to attract pilots from other US regional...

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    23/09/2016 - 10:55

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    09/08/2016 - 14:28
    Reflections on Farnborough

    In his latest guest blog for MRO Network, Daniel James of law firm Stevens & Bolton looks at last month's Farnborough Air Show and what it said about commercial aviation.

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