posted by Sheryl Barden on April 19, 2024

Photo credit: AIN This article about the lack of a pilot pipeline originally appeared in Aviation International News. View here. In the early 1950s, my mother, Janice K. Barden, stepped

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 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

posted by Jill Henning on October 23, 2023

Michael Verdon’s pilot shortage article originally published in the Robb Report on October 22, 2023. Following recent salary hikes at commercial airlines, corporate pilots are reassessing their pay. After Delta,

posted by Jill Henning on October 19, 2023

“Cockpit crisis,” originally appeared in Flight Daily News on October 19, 2023, and was written by Pilar Wolfsteller. Business aviation must market itself better as an exceptional career path deal

posted by Jill Henning on August 25, 2023

Credit: Bernd Vogel/Getty Images via Aviation Week William Garvey’s article about the airline hiring binge and subsequent business aviation pilot shortage was first published on August 25, 2023. See it

posted by Sheryl Barden on June 30, 2023

Pilot simulator photo courtesy of CAE via AINonline for Barden’s June 2023 AINsight column: Navigating the Pilot Sim Training Slot Issue Not too long ago, several aviation directors asked me

posted by Jennifer Pickerel on June 21, 2022

For decades, it’s largely been an employer’s market. Corporations held the reins and controlled the power in the employment market. But things are changing—there’s a power shift occurring in the

posted by Sheryl Barden on October 25, 2021

It’s unfortunate, but the fact is we can’t make a new pilot overnight. And, if we want more pilots to enter the industry, we need to ensure that they’re well-compensated.

posted by Sheryl Barden on August 20, 2021

This article about developing an ab initio training program for Part 91 flight departments originally appeared in Aviation International News. View here. How can we build our talent pipeline in business aviation?