What Pilots Do When a Pandemic Grounds Half the World’s Planes
A first officer pilot wears a protective face mask as he conducts pre-flight checks inside the cockpit on-board a passenger aircraft operated by Wizz Air Holdings Plc at Liszt Ferenc airport in Budapest, Hungary. (Photographer: Akos Stiller/Bloomberg)

What Pilots Do When a Pandemic Grounds Half the World’s Planes

(Bloomberg) -- Flying $450 million airliners was once a dream job, and there was no shortage of opportunity. Last year Boeing Co. estimated that airlines would need to add 800,000 pilots over the n...
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