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Old 10-22-2010, 01:46 PM
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With the possibility of USAirways hiring soon, can someone in the know please post retirement numbers? Thanks.
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Old 10-22-2010, 02:11 PM
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I don't have the year-by-year numbers available, but I can tell you that half the current pilot group retires by the end of 2020 with another 10% gone by 2023.
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US Airways Retirements
Age 65
East + West

Yr Ret. Cumulative
2012 10 10
2013 184 294
2014 243 537
2015 227 764
2016 269 1033
2017 295 1328
2018 308 1636
2019 329 1965
2020 306 2271
2021 312 2583
2022 263 2846
2023 299 3145
2024 239 3384
2025 229 3613
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Originally Posted by Farquhart Snark View Post
US Airways Retirements
Age 65
East + West

Yr Ret. Cumulative
2012 10 10
2013 184 294
2014 243 537
2015 227 764
2016 269 1033
2017 295 1328
2018 308 1636
2019 329 1965
2020 306 2271
2021 312 2583
2022 263 2846
2023 299 3145
2024 239 3384
2025 229 3613
2012 is 10 and 2013 is 184 for a cumulative of 294?
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Originally Posted by Columbia View Post
2012 is 10 and 2013 is 184 for a cumulative of 294?
Correction to the above post, Thanks Columbia.


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US Airways Retirements
Age 65
East + West
Yr Ret. Cumulative
2012 10 10
2013 184 194
2014 243 437
2015 227 664
2016 269 933
2017 295 1228
2018 308 1536
2019 329 1865
2020 306 2171
2021 312 2483
2022 263 2746
2023 299 3045
2024 239 3284
2025 229 3513
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Out of how many total current pilots? I'd be curious as to the %s every year versus the raw numbers. Thx.
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Amazing that, for just this one airline, had it not been for Age 65, we'd already have seen almost 700 retirements. Instead of pilots sitting on furlough trying to figure out how to feed their families, they'd be experiencing rapid significant hiring!
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Originally Posted by Farquhart Snark View Post
US Airways Retirements
Age 65
East + West
Yr Ret. Cumulative
2012 10 10
2013 184 194
2014 243 437
2015 227 664
2016 269 933
2017 295 1228
2018 308 1536
2019 329 1865
2020 306 2171
2021 312 2483
2022 263 2746
2023 299 3045
2024 239 3284
2025 229 3513
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Out of how many total current pilots? I'd be curious as to the %s every year versus the raw numbers. Thx.
Those numbers are based off of 5125 pilots. Currently 5125 pilots on the seniority list, active plus furloughed. Trogdor was pretty close with his numbers. (2483/5125)=48.4% of current US pilots retired by 2021, 53.6% of current US pilots retired by the end of 2022.
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Those numbers are exciting for those looking to join US Airways. For those of us only interested in the hopes of a PHX base, I would love to see how these numbers would effect that possibility. Especially as the majority of the movement will be on the East side. But then again, I guess what it all comes down to is the age old saying of "don't pick an airline strictly for a base".
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Originally Posted by SUX4U View Post
Those numbers are exciting for those looking to join US Airways. For those of us only interested in the hopes of a PHX base, I would love to see how these numbers would effect that possibility. Especially as the majority of the movement will be on the East side. But then again, I guess what it all comes down to is the age old saying of "don't pick an airline strictly for a base".
For the West only the numbers are as follows:


Yr # Cumulative
2012 2 2
2013 40 42
2014 42 84
2015 48 132
2016 42 174
2017 58 232
2018 50 282
2019 74 356
2020 66 422
2021 64 486
2022 66 549
2023 82 631
2024 75 706
2025 76 782
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