News about simulators and training procedures.
A small, minority-owned maintenance-training company has gone to court to battle the Goliath of pilot and maintenance training, FlightSafety International.
American Airlines and the copilot of Flight 587 are officially being blamed for the November 2001 crash of an Airbus A300 after the vertical tail separated
The Professional Aviation Maintenance Association (PAMA) announced a new addition to its popular series of professional development workshops offered each
The maintenance industry received a 60-day extension from the FAA to review and comment on draft AC 145-RSTP.
Operators who have ordered a Citation Mustang very light jet don’t have to wait for an aircraft or a simulator to familiarize themselves with the aircraft’
Boise, Idaho-based Aviation Specialties Unlimited has installed night-vision goggles in Reach Air Medical Services’ Agusta A109, Bell 407 and BO 105 fleet.
FH1100 Manufacturing will offer all-turbine pilot training in the Florida panhandle beginning in May.
There’s no longer a need for Part 91 business jet operators to obtain two-year <br />renewals of their RVSM letters of authorization (LOA), but because of
Ask most professional pilots about either the USAir accident in Pittsburgh or the United Airlines crash in Colorado Springs, when the Boeing 737s flipped u
In the northern hemisphere, it’s that time of year again, when clouds are full of ice and it’s time to dust off those icing training manuals and relearn th