U.S. airlines will need to hire at least 7,000 new pilots next year to fill the gaps created by retiring baby boomers and pandemic buyouts!

The airline industry is in its biggest hiring push in decades, not only for front-line employees such as gate and ramp agents but also for high-skilled workers such as pilots who need years of expensive training before they can start work, said Louis Smith, CEO of Future and Active Pilot Advisors.

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