posted by Jill Henning on May 1, 2024

In a recent AIN Roundtable, Kerry Lynch invited business aviation thought leaders to address workforce issues. What’s happening now? How can we restore the pipeline of the next-generation workers? And what

posted by cgadmin on March 18, 2024

In the latest NBAA Flight Plan podcast, API’s Jennifer Pickerel talks with Rob Finfrock and a panel about the benefits of working with HR to educate them on the flight

posted by cgadmin on March 12, 2024

Many business aircraft operators are embracing stronger family-friendly policies as a valuable recruiting tool that supports better employee work-life balance, especially among younger professionals. Family-friendly policies extend beyond maternity leave

posted by cgadmin on March 5, 2024

This article about sustainable pilot salaries originally appeared on NBAA.org. Sustainable Pilot Salaries It’s no secret that the past few years have seen unprecedented growth in business aircraft flight hours,

posted by cgadmin on March 4, 2024

Kerry Lynch’s following article about “workforce woes” and the related business aviation talent shortage originally appeared in Aviation International News. View here. The personnel shortage is particularly acute for business

posted by cgadmin on February 19, 2024

Pay is important, but when it comes to landing and retaining qualified business aviation professionals, experts point out that culture is imperative. It’s a topic directly tied to the industry’s

posted by Jill Henning on January 26, 2024

To successfully recruit and retain talent, business aviation managers must understand their role in creating a just workplace culture. “If you’re a leader in an organization, you should be having

posted by Jill Henning on January 11, 2024

This article about chief pilots originally appeared in the NBAA Jan/Feb issue of Business Aviation Insider publication. Business aviators who aspire to become chief pilots should keep in mind that

posted by Jill Henning on January 11, 2024

This article about women in business aviation originally appeared in NBAA’s Jan/Feb 2023 Business Insider publication. Amid a gaping disparity in numbers compared with men, women in business aviation are

posted by Jill Henning on October 24, 2023

Pilots are getting paid. Can business aviation keep up with the lucrative salaries airlines are offering? BY MICHAEL WILDES So, let’s talk about money because, as Danny DeVito’s character once