Employment Statistics

At DENTO Group we pride ourselves on the excellent training we provide. Throughout the past years, we have trained over 4,600 pilots. Our success is evident from the employment statistics of our graduates.

With over 90% finding employment within six months of graduation, our trainees are highly desirable.

Pilot Employment Age Chart

The growing demand for pilots

The aviation industry is expected to have a significant demand for new pilots between 2021 and 2040. According to International Air Transport Association (IATA) projections, the world will need 368,000 new airline pilots by 2040 to keep up with projected travel demand.

The current global shortage of pilots is indicative of this projected demand, with industry figures showing an ongoing need for new pilots to fill the gap in the supply chain. This highlights an ideal opportunity for aspiring pilots to build a prosperous career in this field.

How much do pilots make?

According to recent reports, the average salary for an airline pilot is around 70,000 - 200,000 Euros per year, depending on experience and seniority.

Pilot salaries are typically based on several factors including aircraft type, flight hours and experience, location and company policies.

However, even entry-level pilot positions offer significant earning potential, highlighting the possibility of a profitable career in aviation.

The below figures showcase the rewarding financial opportunities available for pilots, reflecting the significant value they bring to an airline or aviation company.