While that does sound plausible, I would put my money on an actual airline industry shortage. To get a pilot’s license, you have two options; go and fly for the military, or pay for training.Last year in the Netherlands there was a big issue with the Schiphol airport - at some point for months there were 4hour queues, many flights cancelled, talks about limiting flights in general to like 2/3 or what it is now in the future. It came across like a big psyop to me; play a fake crisis and blaming it on a ''lack of security people'' (lol) gutting the entire holiday transport sector of the country, to justify less flights in the future. Couple that with climate change blabla and you have a great excuse to limit flights, if your stated goal is to limit international travel by the slaves (traveling people are more difficult to take track of, in the new global order system that's not part of the plan).
Training cost 100,000 grand here in the US. So you’ll have to find someone who is willing to fly the damn thing, and then is willing to pay for it. Or, serve in the military for about eight years.
I’ve done aviation work before, and I hated it. Constantly exposed all these strange chemicals, plus the stress of being responsible for any engine malfunctions, and the consequences of said malfunctions.
No thanks. Sure, the money’s good, but the industry’s gonna have some trouble with recruiting, just like ever other trade out there.