A new report released Tuesday by CAE, a Montreal based aviation training company, says about 255,000 pilots must enter the global commercial aviation profession in the next 10 years in order to meet growing passenger demand and replace retiring pilots.According to the CAE Airline Pilot Demand Outlook, rapid airline fleet expansion and substantial passenger growth combined with high pilot retirement rates means that airlines will need to train 70 new pilots per day to meet global demand.Growth will also require 180,000 first officers to be trained to airline captains, more than in any other decade, the report says. It something that airlines need to focus on now, says CAE chief executive Marc Parent, as more than 50 per cent of the pilots that need to join the profession have not yet started training.Severe Asia Pacific pilot shortage poses significant opportunity for trainersHow pilot shortages could bring CAE Inc out of its margin funkThe Asia Pacific region, where a rapidly growing middle class has helped boost demand for low cost air travel, is expected to see the strongest increase in pilot demand as it remains the fastest growing region for air travel, the report says. With international travel being expanded among airlines in the region, CAE estimates more than 90,000 pilots will be needed by 2027.Parent said the rapid growth and increased pilot demand provides an opportunity for both airlines and training companies like CAE to create new programs and training infrastructure, particularly in emerging markets such as Asia Pacific, needed to address potential gaps in the system.you look at emerging markets, one of the problems is there isn enough infrastructure, Parent said.North America, you can find a flying school or two at every major airport.
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