Global Management Consultancy Predicts Global Pilot Shortage – Holding Webinar to Share Data
US headquartered Marsh McLennan, a world leading professional services firm in the areas of risk, strategy and people – which owns well know management consultancy firm Oliver Wyman, has shared an announcement that their data predicts a shortage of 80,000 pilots globally by 2032. It is sharing insights in regards to this data by hosting a webinar on LinkedIn.
“Acute labor shortages and inflation are the two biggest factors impacting the airlines industry as it emerges from the pandemic. As the industry continues to recover, airlines and governments face the potential for a global shortage of nearly 80,000 pilots by 2032. How will the commercial pilot shortage impact travel over the next decade and what are the implications?
Join us on September 29th at 10AM ET for a LinkedIn Live conversation as we discuss Pilots, Pivots and Potential – The State of Aviation with Geoff Murray, Partner, Oliver Wyman and Khalid Usman, Partner, Oliver Wyman. The conversation will be moderated by Arshiya Kapadia, Global Director of Social Media, Marsh McLennan.”
You can register for the event here.
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