News about simulators and training procedures.
This second phase will focus on the validation and refinement of the Next Generation Training System.
Unique three-word identifiers are applied to every 3m-square grid on the airfield and airshow site.
Low-speed ejection testing in 2015 revealed an increased risk of neck injury for lightweight.
Turkish type approved by EASA.
An ASDOT contract is due to be awarded in September 2018, with delivery of the service to run for 15 years starting in January 2020.
L-3 has formed a new Commercial Training Solutions division based in Crawley, near London Gatwick Airport.
Already stringent rules at Farnborough have meant few changes, the main one being the Red Arrows not doing a flypast instead of a display.
Only the most accomplished in French aviation are recognized in this way.
Agreements include new work and extensions of current support for rotorcraft pilot training and fixed-wing maintenance.
Aggressive Competition Keeps Level D Prices Lean