Training Accidents, Safety, Security and Training
News about simulators and training procedures.
The state of the assets of bankrupt Silver State Helicopters is providing clues about how the troubled company was run before its shutdown and Chapter 7 (l
As an outgrowth of its continuing investigation into the November 12 crash of American Airlines Flight 587 in New York City, the NTSB has recommended that
In aviation, the old saying goes, “You don’t want to lose the ratings and certificates that you’ve already got.” And it’s nearly that time again–time to re
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is taking steps to address the looming pilot and mechanic shortage facing airlines globally.
Almost everywhere I go, the subject of mechanics being recognized as professionals filters into the conversation.
ProFlight Proficiency Flight Training of Carlsbad, Calif., will soon be adding a Citation CJ3 simulation device to its training platform.
Twenty years ago owner-pilots of high-performance airplanes often supplemented their flying skills by offering the right seat of the airplane to a young CF
The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) has acquired the Aviation Training Institute (ATI) from Denver-based Aviation Resource Group Internation
After a 26-year relationship with FlightSafety International, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America (MHIA) announced at last month’s NBAA Convention that it
Beechjet 400/400A pilot training is now available on a new simulator at SimuFlite’s Dallas headquarters.