WICHITA, Kan. (AP) A shortage of skilled workers is a growing concern for companies that repair and maintain airplanes in Kansas.
Lynn Nichols, who has a fixed-base operation, Yingling Aviation, which does aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul told The Wichita Eagle that theres a tight labor market for aviation skill sets.
Nichols said there is an increased demand for airframe and powerplant mechanics, and avionics technicians.
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