The fall-out from Covid-19 has created an almost baffling situation for regional cargo airlines – for the first time in years, they are not hamstrung by a dearth of pilots, after airlines slashed flying and grounded most of their flight crews.
“We no longer have a pilot shortage,” confirmed Stan Bernstein, president of the US Regional Air Cargo Carriers Association (RACCA).
Regional airlines have struggled for years to recruit pilots in sufficient …
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