As air travel opens up slowly, United Airlines aims to address the industry’s long standing lack of diversity in the cockpit. By 2030, the Chicago-based airline plans to hire 5,000 new pilots with half of them being women and people of color.
Reset learns more about United’s new diversity goal and other ways the industry can better support women and people of color.
GUESTS: Capt. Mary Ann Schaffer, system chief pilot for United Airlines
Leire Kennedy, flight attendant for American Airlines
Shuyan Ma, flight attendant for American Airlines