What America’s shortage of pilots could mean for passengers
The U.S. airline industry is facing a potential nationwide pilot shortage in the coming years, an issue that could mean potential delays and fewer flights for passengers. The biggest problem is that, unless potential pilots learn to fly in the military, it could costs a small fortune to be trained and certified. NBC’s Tom Costello reports for TODAY.
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