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JSfirm MEMBER NEWS 2015/3/3
2015 FORECAST – More Hiring in 2015


Roanoke, Texas (March 3, 2015) JSfirm.com, an online aviation only job board, is pleased to release the 6th Annual Hiring Trends Survey. Jeff Richards, JSfirm.com Manager said, This year’s results show that our industry is continuing to trend in the right direction, there will be more hiring in 2015 than any of the past 6 years.

In summary:
  • 342 aviation companies across various sectors were surveyed
  • 92% will hire in 2015
  • 78% are projecting growth in 2015
  • 72% did not cut jobs in 2014 (up from 68% in 2013)
  • 55% experienced an attrition rate of less than 5% (up from 48%)
  • Skilled maintenance technicians remain the most in-demand hiring need
  • April, May, and June will likely be the busiest hiring months
  • Companies report that lack of experienced candidates is their biggest hiring challenge
If you would like to download the complete survey results, please go to:
www.jsfirm.com/2015hiring.asp

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Reuters

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Is this the future of aviation? - CNBC

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Is this the future of aviation?
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Inside the first Concorde to land in the US to see super-rich used to cross the Atlantic - Daily Mail

Daily Mail

Inside the first Concorde to land in the US to see super-rich used to cross the Atlantic
Daily Mail
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and more »

US Again Warns Airlines Against Carrying Lithium Battery Cargo - Insurance Journal

The Australian (subscription)

US Again Warns Airlines Against Carrying Lithium Battery Cargo
Insurance Journal
U.S. aviation safety officials are raising new warnings about the dangers of carrying bulk shipments of lithium-based batteries on commercial flights. The Federal Aviation Administration, which regulates the aviation industry, on Tuesday sent a notice ...
Industry unites to warn against lithium batteriesThe Australian (subscription)
Lithium batteries a big no-no on flightsIndependent Online

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Iran Sanctions Changes: Impact on the Aviation Sector - Lexology (registration)

Iran Sanctions Changes: Impact on the Aviation Sector
Lexology (registration)
With “Implementation Day” came the lifting of certain key US and EU sanctions on the civil aviation industry. However, many prohibitions still remain, and licensing requirements may attach to US persons or non-US persons who seek to do business in Iran ...

and more »

FAA reform bill addresses security gaps - The Hill (blog)

FAA reform bill addresses security gaps
The Hill (blog)
... that U.S. airlines are increasingly relying on foreign repair stations for aircraft maintenance. Unfortunately, the standards at foreign repair stations are far less robust than in the U.S. and consequently air safety and security suffers. ... and ...

Lufthansa CEO to Brexit Crowd: Don't Leave Us Alone With France - Bloomberg

Bloomberg

Lufthansa CEO to Brexit Crowd: Don't Leave Us Alone With France
Bloomberg
The executive downplayed the economic fallout of a U.K. vote to quit the EU, telling his audience of aviation veterans that the sector has “historically been global and is used to working over barriers. When it comes to our industry, being part of a ...
'Don't leave us alone with France', Lufthansa begs BritsThe Local.de

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How foreign subsidies threaten US airline industry: Judy Chu and Grace Napolitano
The San Gabriel Valley Tribune
With the recent announcement that Emirates Airlines is adding a second daily A380 service at LAX, it is important that Southern Californians understand the impact subsidized foreign competition has on the aviation industry and the toll it is taking on ...

and more »

wtkr.com

U.S. congressman proposes law to limit shrinking airline seats
wtkr.com
Some consumer advocate groups have been calling on the industry to stop the squeezing, especially now that airlines are making big profits from low fuel prices. But Brett Snyder of the consumer airline blog CrankyFlyer isn't so supportive. “This is ...

and more »

Reuters

UN group agrees to aircraft standards to cut CO2 emissions
Reuters
Negotiators from 22 countries have been trying to come up with the world's first carbon dioxide emissions standards for aircraft as part of the industry's contribution to efforts to combat climate change. Aviation was not included in the global climate ...
Aviation industry agrees on the ICAO CO2 Standard for aircraftsFTNnews.com (press release)
FACT SHEET: US Leadership in Securing First-Ever Global Carbon Emissions Standards for Commercial AirplanesWhitehouse.gov (press release)
US and 22 other countries agree to cut aircraft emissionsFinancial Times
ThinkProgress -Business Wire (press release) -Fortune
all 353 news articles »

Implementation Of Iran Accord Potentially Big News For The Commercial Aviation Industry
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
Now, however, under a new U.S. Treasury Department Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) licensing policy, the sale or lease of civil passenger aircraft to most Iranian airlines is allowable (subject to receipt of an appropriate license), whether the ...

and more »

CNBC

Is this the future of aviation?
CNBC
In a little over a century powered flight has moved from the miraculous to the everyday. Now, the aviation industry is planning for the next step. As the 21st century progresses, a new era of aviation seems to be upon us, with flights powered by solar ...


Daily Mail

Inside the first Concorde to land in the US to see super-rich used to cross the Atlantic
Daily Mail
Concorde was retired in 2003 due to a general downturn in the commercial aviation industry after the type's only crash in 2000, the September 11 attacks in 2001, and a decision by Airbus, the successor to Aérospatiale and BAC, to discontinue ...

and more »

The Australian (subscription)

US Again Warns Airlines Against Carrying Lithium Battery Cargo
Insurance Journal
U.S. aviation safety officials are raising new warnings about the dangers of carrying bulk shipments of lithium-based batteries on commercial flights. The Federal Aviation Administration, which regulates the aviation industry, on Tuesday sent a notice ...
Industry unites to warn against lithium batteriesThe Australian (subscription)
Lithium batteries a big no-no on flightsIndependent Online

all 82 news articles »

Iran Sanctions Changes: Impact on the Aviation Sector
Lexology (registration)
With “Implementation Day” came the lifting of certain key US and EU sanctions on the civil aviation industry. However, many prohibitions still remain, and licensing requirements may attach to US persons or non-US persons who seek to do business in Iran ...

and more »

FAA reform bill addresses security gaps
The Hill (blog)
... that U.S. airlines are increasingly relying on foreign repair stations for aircraft maintenance. Unfortunately, the standards at foreign repair stations are far less robust than in the U.S. and consequently air safety and security suffers. ... and ...


Bloomberg

Lufthansa CEO to Brexit Crowd: Don't Leave Us Alone With France
Bloomberg
The executive downplayed the economic fallout of a U.K. vote to quit the EU, telling his audience of aviation veterans that the sector has “historically been global and is used to working over barriers. When it comes to our industry, being part of a ...
'Don't leave us alone with France', Lufthansa begs BritsThe Local.de

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