AeroTime Hub launches initiative to support global aviation community
Leading aviation portal, AeroTime Hub, together with the aviation job board AviationCV.com, announced the launch of a new initiative that aims to support the global aviation community and allow for a smoother recovery after the pandemic.
Few professions were affected by the COVID-19 crisis as strongly as those of the people working in the aviation industry. From the high demands for aviation professionals and a looming pilot shortage prior to the crisis, to thousands of job losses, the stress of unemployment, and significant uncertainty about the future as the pandemic struck.
“In these unprecedented times, we feel a strong responsibility to support our industry, and the thousands of aviation professionals and enthusiasts around the world who have been impacted by the COVID-19 crisis”, says Richard Stephenson, the CEO of AeroTime Hub.
The campaign called “Register For Recovery” launches today, pursuing a goal of building a supportive global community for aviation professionals and enthusiasts. The AviationCV.com and AeroTime Hub teams put extra effort into keeping everyone connected and informed about the current situation in aviation recruitment, while also providing a platform where aviators can polish their resumes, hone their skills, or ask a professional recruiter for career advice.
The campaign brings together a range of tools to help aviation professionals prepare for the industry’s recovery, whether they have faced unemployment, or are considering a career change in the future. Airline pilots, engineers, cabin crew, and other industry specialists who might have lost their jobs, were furloughed, moved to reduced hours in 2020, or who simply want to see new opportunities, will have the chance to receive personalised job openings, as soon as they become available.
The AeroTime Hub team is now contacting airlines around the world to make sure that new opportunities are listed on the AviationCV.com job board as quickly as possible.
Stephenson added, “This is an unpredictable situation and there is no doubt that the recovery might take some time. But ours is a robust and resilient industry and we will see more and more light at the end of the tunnel as 2021 progresses. The most important thing that we can all do now, is to be prepared and ready to act when the industry bounces back. AviationCV is gearing up to help airlines and individuals alike and we are determined to play our part in the recovery - so register now to make sure you can play yours too!”
For more information about the “Register for Recovery” campaign, please visit: Register for Recovery
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