US Airline Delta Air Lines reducing scheduled Flights due to Pilot Shortage

Delta Air Lines is said to be reducing its number of daily flights to Atlanta due to staffing issues specifically a pilot shortage according to the Brunswick News which quoted Rob Burr, Executive Director of the Glynn County Airport Authority.

“Delta is struggling to staff,” Burr said at the meeting. “We have strong demand, but the supply is not there. We need four flights a day.”

This development follows Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian who warned back in October at the U.S. Travel Association conference that there is a “looming shortage coming”.

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