Education

November 27, 2007 - 9:28am

A certification program to attest to the skills and knowledge of flight department personnel won approval from the NBAA board of directors, and the association hopes to administer the first certification exam in October 2003. The next step is to find a contractor to do a job analysis and create the program, which will be an adjunct to the association’s larger Professional Development Program (PDP).

November 13, 2007 - 5:55am

The need for qualified people is about the only constraint to growth in the booming air transport markets of the Middle East and Asia, and the fact that DAE University was the first of Dubai Aerospace Enterprise’s six business units to get a chief executive reflects that reality.

November 11, 2007 - 7:24pm

The need for qualified people is about the only constraint to growth in the booming air transport markets of the Middle East and Asia, and the fact that DAE University was the first of Dubai Aerospace Enterprise’s six business units to get a chief executive reflects that reality.

October 12, 2007 - 11:59am

The FAA’s proposed Part 60 “Flight Simulation Device Initial and Continuing Qualification and Use” continues slowly on its journey toward implementation, but obstacles still stand in the way. As proposed, the new regulation would replace several existing advisory circulars and implement greater organization and structure to the construction, qualification and use of all types of flight simulation devices.

October 10, 2007 - 8:51am

“We’re having trouble getting students. Becoming an A&P mechanic doesn’t seem to be as attractive to students coming out of high school as it used to be,” suggested Laura Hopkins, associate dean of aviation at South Seattle Community College, Seattle.

October 9, 2007 - 4:19am

They say that turnabout is fair play, and that’s evidently what a proactive North Carolina tobacco grower thought he was doing when he sued a local high school over its use of a helicopter to place an air conditioner on its rooftop. This, after he had been refused permission to operate a helicopter from his own land without a permit.

October 8, 2007 - 11:31am

Gulfstream Aerospace has awarded FlightSafety International a five-year contract to perform maintenance technician training at its Savannah, Ga. factory. The contract also includes training for all other Gulfstream

October 8, 2007 - 6:34am

FlightSafety International’s Teterboro, N.J., learning center is now qualified to conduct FAA-approved Part 91 and 135 training for flight attendants. The initial course is five days. Flight attendant training is also offered by FlightSafety in Atlanta and Savannah, Ga.

October 4, 2007 - 7:58am

People become packrats because they believe it never fails that they will need something the day after they’ve discarded it. Then one day they look at the bulging file cabinets and closets and decide to purge everything. Unfortunately, neither extreme is a good idea.

September 24, 2007 - 2:09pm

The University of North Dakota (UND) has ordered a Cessna Citation Mustang for flight training and executive transport. UND is the first flight school to order Cessna’s light jet. Cessna (Booth No. 8550) said it plans to deliver 44 Mustangs this year.

 
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