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Anyone know of a list of retirements by year @ different airlines Yeah 65 just add 5

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Thanks, Herc.

As an aside, I recently saw a statement (and I think a chart) showing that AA is going to increase the amount of off-the-street, civilian-only hiring in 2020. Now, of course, I can't remember where I saw it but I think it came from an internal AA memo. Would you happen to have that info ?
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It’s a moot point now. Hiring ceased ...

Thanks for the chart. Yes, it's all a moot point now. It's gotten crazy.
A large chunk of the old air traffic controllers have retired in the last 10 years. How about we use that as THE reason why aviation has been safer in the last five years
It's been a year since you asked so a lot might have changed. You might look at the airline profiles on APC buy I'm not sure how current they keep that data:


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