News about simulators and training procedures.
The U.S. civilian flight school conducted 28,000 hours of flight training last year.
Rule would have allowed instrument pilot trainees to obtain credit for up to 20 hours of instrument time in an approved aviation training device.
Goal is one-stop maintenance and recurrent training capabilities for the King Air, PC-12, TBM, Citation, Conquest and Cheyenne.
The $500 million deal covers helicopters, sims and a sea-going training vessel.
David Davenport is now executive vice president of the commercial segment, while Raymond Johns is executive vice president of the government segment.
EC145 simulator is slated to be ready by early next year.
The International Flight Test Institute’s first group of students begin their studies in the six-month flying qualities course early next year.
ECFT to double simulator bays at second Dubai facility.
FlightSafety St. Louis center providing training with level-C simulator.
CAAi sees the need for organizations in the Middle East to understand that the ICAO SMS regulatory framework is critical.