DetailsThis study includes a review of current aviation personnel levels and describes the underlying growth of traffic, aircraft movements and fleets between 2010 and 2030. The following parameters are also compared globally and by region: - Number of new professionals to be trained each year between 2010 and 2030, based on different scenarios (ratio of personnel per aircraft). - Number of new professionals, according to State, who can be trained annually. As a result, for each of the three professions (pilots, maintenance personnel and air traffic controllers), shortages or surpluses in annual training capacities are highlighted with the help of user-friendly graphs and tables. Specific case studies are presented, taking into account different assumptions, e.g. probable retirement waves for pilots or operational improvements for air traffic controllers. A regional overview of different initiatives addressing training issues, as well as ICAOs response, is also provided. Executives of airlines; maintenance, repair and overhaul organizations; aircraft manufacturers; air navigation service providers; and civil aviation authority officials with a professional interest in air transport human resource planning will appreciate this first edition of one of the fundamental works in the field. Training institutions, future aviation professionals, as well as aviation consulting businesses, will also consider it a valuable resource.
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