Aero Crew News, October 2022

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There will be nips in the air for many this month and we’ll finish out with little ghosts and goblins extorting sweet delights door to door. When you’re not watching the leaves change color and fall to the ground, we’ve got some good content for you to consume. Our FEATURE is by our own publisher, Craig Pieper addressing the oft-argued topic of a pilot shortage. He provides some context with history and statistics. Check it out and see where you land on the subject. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, BAGGAGE is there to help in Reini Thijssen’s column titled, Preventing Burnout. Who hasn’t felt the surge of impending burnout a time or two? Eric Ray encourages us to adapt our routines for maximum success in his FITNESS column for this month. Gary Krasnov is back bringing us MONEY with three key ideas to help with reinventing retirement. Whether or not you’re close to retirement age, there are some good ideas in this piece. The introduction of training programs offered by the airlines has brought new options for those who are aiming for careers as pilots. John McDermott clears up some of the questions in What’s the Best Airline Cadet Program for You? in his PERSPECTIVES column. As a valid reminder, Sergio Sovero brings you KNOWLEDGE BASE in a piece that looks at surface operations and the hot spots we encounter on the ground. As always, we have a plethora of AVIATOR BULLETINS that will give you the news from many of the airlines and other aviation companies we serve. We always invite your remarks, suggestions and questions. Address any of these to info@aerocrewnews.com

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