Title

Oliver Wyman Flight Operations Survey

Presenter Email

jeff.green@oliverwyman.com

Location

Mori Hosseini Student Union Events Center (Bldg #610) – Rooms 165 B - F

Start Date

3-2-2020 11:15 AM

End Date

3-2-2020 12:30 PM

Submission Type

Presentation

Topic Area

Pilot Supply/ Flight Instructor Supply

Other Topic Area

Gender diversity in flight operations, pilot engagement, crew costs

Keywords

gender diversity, diversity, inclusion, crew costs, pilot recruitment, pilot pipeline, pilot engagement

Abstract

Oliver Wyman is conducting its second Flight Operations Survey, asking industry leaders about trends in pilot recruitment and engagement, gender diversity, and crew costs. Respondents span the aviation industry, including airline flight operations departments, OEMs, and 3rd party training & service companies.

This builds off Oliver Wyman's inaugural Flight Operations Survey, titled The Pilot of the Future, which found:

  • Pilot engagement is a key concern among Flight Operations leadership, but no silver bullet exists
  • As the pilot workforce becomes younger, airlines are coping with differences in generational learning styles
  • Most changes to the flight deck in the next decade will be common-use technologies and require relatively light investment
  • Increasing connectivity and Big Data remain largely untapped and exciting opportunities for Flight Operations departments – and airlines in general

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Mar 2nd, 11:15 AM Mar 2nd, 12:30 PM

Oliver Wyman Flight Operations Survey

Mori Hosseini Student Union Events Center (Bldg #610) – Rooms 165 B - F

Oliver Wyman is conducting its second Flight Operations Survey, asking industry leaders about trends in pilot recruitment and engagement, gender diversity, and crew costs. Respondents span the aviation industry, including airline flight operations departments, OEMs, and 3rd party training & service companies.

This builds off Oliver Wyman's inaugural Flight Operations Survey, titled The Pilot of the Future, which found:

  • Pilot engagement is a key concern among Flight Operations leadership, but no silver bullet exists
  • As the pilot workforce becomes younger, airlines are coping with differences in generational learning styles
  • Most changes to the flight deck in the next decade will be common-use technologies and require relatively light investment
  • Increasing connectivity and Big Data remain largely untapped and exciting opportunities for Flight Operations departments – and airlines in general