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The pilot shortage continues to evolve, particularly when it comes to recent hiring changes at the regional and cargo airline level. Recently, a regional airline introduced a new wrinkle for its prospective pilots—a legal agreement requiring all new hires  to commit to working for it for at least three years.

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Boeing 737 pilot Sam Weigel goes through the details of this legal agreement from a professional’s perspective—why it’s making a stir in the pilot community, and what it ultimately will mean for future hiring.

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