UK PILOT SHOTAGE IN FUTURE UNION WARNS

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UK PILOT SHOTAGE IN FUTURE UNION WARNS

The British Airline Pilots Association says the number of recruits to flight colleges is falling. The UK could face a future shortage of airline pilots because of the soaring cost of training, a union has warned. Aspiring pilots can no longer count on airline sponsors to fund costs of up to £100,000 to obtain a commercial licence, it added. A Balpa campaign is pressing individual airlines to shoulder more of the responsibility for training.

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