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ONLINE INTERESTS THIS MONTH’S SURVEY In your opinion, when will the industry see a helicopter pilot shortage?


• 0 – 2 years • 2 – 5 years • 5 – 10 years • 10+ years • Never, pilot shortages are a myth • Unsure


Take or View Survey at: www.rotorcraftpro.com LAST MONTH’S SURVEY RESULTS Which of these helicopter industry websites do you visit most often? Select top 3. Social Media


Jobs, News, Forums, Articles, Videos, Photos, Classifi eds, Links & More...


JustHelicopters.com 41% VerticalReference.com 17% VerticalMag.com 19% HeliOpsMag.com 8% HeliWeb.com 2% HeliHub.com 6% ShepardMedia.com 2% AviationToday.com 4%


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