News about simulators and training procedures.
It is surprising how many different vendors exist in the flight department training arena–companies that offer diverse, high-quality programs unknown to th
FlightSafety International is scheduled to deliver the first simulator for the Piaggio Avanti to its West Palm Beach, Fla.
Hydraulic-powered motion systems will be replaced by electromechanical systems in new simulators from FlightSafety International starting late next year.
In the single largest training agreement in its history, Dallas-based CAE SimuFlite will soon start training all 900-plus pilots of Flight Options, the sec
Following a recommendation from the French civil aviation authority, Dallas-based CAE SimuFlite will be obtaining approval from the European Aviation Safet
Shortly after <b>AIN</b> went to press for last month’s issue, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) made last-minute modifications to its alien
Turbine Aircraft Services is taking its pilots’ review of proficiency (PROP) seminar series to Europe.
Traditionally, air traffic controller training has been a dry-as-dust classroom learning process, with piles of documents to study, rules to absorb and pro
Failure to provide timely distribution of guidance material to repair stations has prompted the FAA to delay for one year–until April 6 next year–the compl
Former Boeing 737 flight department manager and pilot Larry Bond founded Bond Aviation Services in Orlando, Fla., to offer 737 training.