Major US Airline Parks 100 Regional Jets due to Pilot Shortage

American Airlines CEO Robert Isom said on June 03 that 100 of the airline’s regional jets are parked due to pilot shortage.

“There is a supply and demand imbalance right now, and it really is within the regional carrier ranks,” American Airlines CEO Robert Isom said Friday, June 03, at the Bernstein Strategic Decisions investor conference in New York. “We have probably 100 aircraft or almost 100 aircraft that aren’t productive right now, that aren’t flying.”

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