Leading Aviation Industry Management Consultant Group Shares Insights About Shortage of Aviation Mechanics

22nd Jan 2023

Oliver Wyman shared its insight on the shortage in aircraft maintenance workers. Check out Oliver Wayman’s full article and downloadable report here.

Key highlights;

  • Anticipate a shortfall of somewhere between 12,000 and 18,000 aviation maintenance workers
  • The imbalance between supply and demand will persist and even worsen over the next 10 years.
  • By 2027 — projected to be the worst year for the shortage — the bleakest scenario has the supply deficit at more than 48,000 aircraft maintenance workers, or a shortfall of about 27%. Our more likely scenario predicts a gap of almost 43,000, or more than 24%.

Source: Oliver Wyman
Photo Credit: Oliver Wyman (Image Shows North America Aviation Maintenance Technician Supply and Demand)

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