Training Accidents, Safety, Security and Training
News about simulators and training procedures.
There is no “magic bullet” solution to the spate of fatal helicopter EMS crashes over the last two years. <br /><br />Rather, investigation documents
Satellite monitoring of 121.5-MHz emergency locator transmitters (ELTs) will end as of February 1.
The February 27 deadline for the public to submit comments about the Transportation Security Administration’s proposal to regulate general aviation operati
The November 20 issue of the Daily News & Analysis of Mumbai, India, reports Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) institutes might shut down across t
Australia’s Minister for Skills and Workforce Participation, Jacinta Allan, officially launched the Kangan Batman TAFE Aviation Industry Training Centre’s
Equipment manufacturer Thales is one of the two main shareholders in Helisim, at 45 percent, on par with Eurocopter.
Marignane, France-based Helisim has started operating the first EC 225 Super Puma flight simulator, which was to be EASA certified as a level-D simulator l
At the 2009 Aviation Industry Expo–to be held March 10 through 12 in Las Vegas–the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) will offer its new “Educa
Concerned by mounting losses in emergency medical services (EMS) flights, the NTSB has added the safety of such flights to its 2009 Most Wanted List of Saf
Cockpit airbags and X-shaped harnesses could reduce the severity of injuries in crashes with high horizontal deceleration components