Apologies if already answered---with all of these retirements yesterday/today, what happens with the pilots? Is there a surplus now? Are many waiting to be retrained? What are the logistics of working with these pilots and crews? It would seem that some might lose wages during this time?
No impact beyond the normal yearly flying adjustments. Our scheduled pay varies +/- 10% throughout the year as summer ramps up and then wanes. But even that isn't typically felt as we have great flexibility in adding/reducing how much we fly on an individual monthly basis. The most obvious thing is there is less discretionary flying to pick up - but that happens every year.
Also remember, total aircraft doesn't equate to total aircraft in service. At any one time. there are many aircraft out for heavy maintenance. Simply manipulating/delaying that one element can provide for extra aircraft in service and soften the effect.
In short - really no big deal.