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Adam

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“Breeze is also seeking airline pilots that retired during the pandemic but still have a few years left before reaching the Federal Aviation Administration’s mandatory retirement age of 65. “Anybody who has three years left would be great because they bring in maturity, discipline, and lots of experience,” Owens said.”

High training costs with little return? Am I missing something?

Ben

They need bodies and could possibly be recruiting for their training dept.

Adam

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I can’t see anybody that chose to retire early from a major airline choosing to go and work for Breeze for a third of the money, but I suppose it could happen.

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Was cool till I saw 750 Hours PIC turbine required :star_struck: