Boeing said it projects the world will face “an unprecedented demand” for airline pilots and maintenance technicians as global economies expand and airlines begin taking delivery of new aircraft over the next 20 years. Its 2012 Pilot and Technician Outlook forecasts the need for 460,000 new commercial pilots and 601,000 new commercial airline maintenance technicians by 2031. The technician shortage has already begun, Boeing Flight Services VP Sherry Carbary told journalists ...

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