This is a compilation of the latest research and information published by Brown Aviation Lease:
-The experience of flight training teaches a student pilot more than just "stick and rudder" skills. Through a survey of 300 pilots and student pilots, we have identified the top 5 life skills a pilot recieves when learning to fly. Our research compares the skills a pilot has to the skills employers in today's economy look for in job candidates.
-Collegiate Aviation recruiting has changed. Recruiters must utilize every tool at hand to land the next generation of pilots. Use the tools and tactics in this infographic to leverage current trends in the aviation industry, to bring the next wave of student pilots to your programs campus.
Collegiate Aviation Fleet Characteristics
-Brown partnered with South Dakota State University to publish a report in the Collegiate Aviation Review on the fleet characteristics of collegiate flight training programs.
Collegiate Aviation Research Results
-We invited 99 University Aviation Association flight programs to take part in a flight school survey aimed at understanding the operational challenges facing flight training programs today.
Pilot Return On Investment Analysis
-We used data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to compare the career of a pilot, lawyer, teacher, and doctor.
Collegiate Aviation Case Study
-We analyzed a recent fleet acquisition in the Collegiate world that highlights some of the benefits to an operating lease structure.
University Aviation Association Presentation
-The below presentation is a culmination of data collected, analysis and findings on the "top operational issues" facing collegiate aviation.
Pilot Retirements by the Numbers
- Data compiled from FAA statistics
- Click on lower right to view in full screen
National Training Aircraft Symposium Presentation 2011 by Jason Griswold
- Industry data focused on pilot supply drivers
- Strategies to recruit students
- Analysis on collegiate training fleet age
- Strategies to combat pilot recruitment shortage