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JSfirm MEMBER NEWS 3/12/2014
2014 FORECAST – Hiring in Aviation


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In summary:
  • 400 aviation companies across various sectors were surveyed
  • 91% will hire in 2014 (up from 85% in 2013)
  • Skilled maintenance technicians will be in highest demand
  • April, May, and June will likely see the most hiring
  • 78% are projecting growth in 2014 (up from 67% in 2013)
  • 69% experienced an attrition rate of 10% or less
  • The #1 employee retention tool is Recognition and Appreciation
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CNN

4 ways the aviation industry hopes to distract you from cabin crush
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This, anyway, would seem to be the lesson from April's Aircraft Interiors Expo held in Hamburg, Germany. The aircraft cabin show attracted nearly 15,000 aviation industry attendees. So what products did suppliers unveil to help us forget about our ...

and more »

Aviation Week

Stronger U.S. Dollar Having Mixed Impacts On Industry
Aviation Week
... only have a structural influence on the industry if the dollar remains stronger vis-a-vis other leading currencies, like the euro or the Japanese yen. For example, a large U.S. airline only benefits fully from the low price of fuel because it is ...

and more »

Lawmakers advocate 'Mother of all subsidies' For Delta, United and American ...
The Hill (blog)
The Congressional letter supports the Big 3's call for a freeze in new air services by the Gulf airlines -- all without having allowed those carriers an opportunity to respond to the allegations, not to mention the glaring hypocrisy that the U.S ...
Report: Airlines' limits on OTA fare listings add costsTravel Weekly

all 3 news articles »

Phuket Gazette

Up in the air: Thalang Technical College launches aviation industry program
Phuket Gazette
“The idea actually came from Phuket Airport, where there has been a shortage of skilled, certified personnel to work in many aspects of the airline industry,” Ms Kochakorn said. “Officials there approached us about two years ago and asked us if we ...


African Nations to Earn US$20 Billion From Aviation Sector
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Johnannesburg, South Africa — The aviation market in Africa could yield revenue of over $20 billion in the next 10 years if African states deploy more funds to develop air transport sector in their countries through the modernisation of airport ...

and more »

Will Frontier return to New Castle Airport?
The News Journal
Further clouding the question of the airline's return was last week's resignation of Frontier CEO Dave Siegel following the release of new federal and industry reports ranking the airline among the worst in the nation in terms of customer satisfaction ...


New study outlines recommendations for improving regional airline industry
Jamaica Observer
“That's why I am suggesting that body will have to be more an advisory one, but you already have the CARICOM Transportation Commission so that this work can feed into that for us to get certain kinds of policy results, including finalising a multi ...


The Hill

Industry poll: Majority agree with airlines in Open Skies dispute
The Hill
"The poll shows that Americans are ready to see the U.S. government stand up for aviation workers and find solutions to aviation trade violations that threaten the viability of a critical national industry and the hundreds of thousands of jobs it ...

and more »

The Hill

'Corporate welfare' common in airline industry
gulfnews.com
Dubai: Etihad Airways' report on government-linked financial benefits received by the United States' largest airlines simply highlights that “corporate welfare is commonplace globally,” an aviation analyst has said. “Governments everywhere in the world ...
Foreign airline strikes back in Open Skies fightThe Hill
Big Three US Airline CEOs Speak On Open Skies at National Press ClubAirways News (blog)
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