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The increase in air travel demand is outpacing the country’s supply of trained pilots leaving the country little option but to import pilots to keep the economic engine running.
Russia’s State Duma has passed air code amendments allowing carriers to hire non-Russian pilots and sell nonrefundable tickets. The amendments on foreign pilots will become effective in 90 days; the changes to nonrefundable ticket sales become effective in 60 days.
The changes are necessary as the Russian market has experienced double-digit growth for the last several years, but the local training system cannot supply enough pilots.