US Flight School Sees Students Increase Amidst Pilot Shortage

28th Aug 2022

Wisconsin Aviation is seeing an increase in the number of students amidst the nationwide pilot shortage.

“We have a ton of new students coming in, even high schoolers. I think even though the pilot shortage is not ideal right now in the industry, I do think the industry is setting up for success and the shortage has opened a lot of eyes right now,” said Samuel Adams, Flight Instructor at Wisconsin Aviation’s Watertown facility as cited by the Spectrum News.

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