Boeing forecasts need for 185k commercial airline pilots, 243k technicians

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SEATTLE, 7 Feb. 2013. The 2012 Boeing Pilot & Technician Outlook, an industry forecast of required aviation personnel, cites a demand for 185,600 new commercial airline pilots and 243,500 new technicians in the Asia Pacific region through 2030.

The South East Asia region, which includes Singapore, will require 51,500 pilots and 67,400 technicians, according to the forecast.

Boeing offers a portfolio of commercial aviation services, collectively known as the Boeing Edge. Boeing Flight Services provides integrated offerings to drive optimized performance, efficiency and safety through advanced flight, maintenance and cabin safety training as well as simulator support and services through a global network of campuses on six continents. Boeing provides customers a competitive advantage by solving real operational problems, enabling better decisions, maximizing efficiency and improving environmental performance--intelligent information solutions across the entire aviation ecosystem.

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