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CAE Releases 2023 Aviation Talent Forecast

Young Aviators and A&Ps Rejoice

CAE released its 2023 aviation talent forecast at the Paris Air-Show. All told, the company anticipates continuing growth across the global commercial and business aviation sectors will, over the coming decade, occasion need for 1.3-million new aviation professionals—pilots, cabin-crew, and aircraft maintainers in particular.

Founded in 1947, CAE Inc., formerly Canadian Aviation Electronics, is a Canadian manufacturer of simulation and modeling technologies and training services to airlines, aircraft manufacturers, healthcare specialists, and defense industry customers. The company operates a global network of manufacturing and training facilities and boasts annual revenues of $2.7-billion.

Additionally, CAE’s ten-year study estimates the commercial and business aviation segments—to offset retirement, attrition, and ongoing expansion of their markets—will be required to recruit and train 1.18 million and 106,000 support personnel respectively.

CAE Group president of civil aviation Nick Leontidis stated: “With a need for 1.3-million people by 2032, CAE’s aviation talent forecast is a call to action for the industry to promote careers in aviation to the next generation, reach out to underrepresented communities, and develop innovative support programs to expand the pool of talent needed for the continued growth and safety of our industry.”

Mr. Leontidis added: “As commercial aviation nears full recovery and business aviation exceeds pre-pandemic levels, CAE’s aviation talent forecast shows that the demand will continue to grow, and the industry will have to come together and find creative ways to ensure a steady pipeline of highly-trained personnel for the next ten-years and beyond.”

Historically, CAE’s aviation talent forecast has analyzed projected demand for pilots. 2023’s report is the first to evaluate future need for aircraft cabin-crew and maintenance personnel. In addition to quantifying demand for aviation talent over the next ten-year period, the forecast endeavors to determine the factors by which subject demand is driven, and means by which employers may attract qualified personnel.

Moreover, CAE’s aviation talent forecast offers insights germane to the manners in and extents to which the aviation industry stands to be both positively and negatively transformed by new technologies, sustainable practices, and increasingly diverse hiring practices.

A trusted and perennial technology concern, CAE digitalizes the physical world for purpose of developing simulation training and critical operations support solutions for professionals in critical roles—primarily aircraft pilots. Worldwide, CAE employs some 13,000 professionals across more than two-hundred sites and training locations in forty countries. CAE’s simulators instantiate the culmination of 75-years of intensive research and innovation and are broadly considered the world’s highest-fidelity flight and mission simulation devices. Nevertheless, CAE remains perpetually about the work of developing new generations of cutting-edge, digitally-immersive training and critical operations solutions.



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