Could tighter training rules cause a pilot shortage?

12/26/2012 | National Public Radio (text and audio)

Airlines are fretting about a possible pilot shortage because of federal rules that will require pilots to have 1,500 practice hours, about triple what many commuter airlines now require. Another factor is that fewer people are obtaining private licenses because education and training costs are on the rise.

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