News about simulators and training procedures.
Following a fatal airplane crash caused by misfueling, NATA is offering a free website to help prevent such accidents in the future.
The facility is looking for business beyond its launch customer.
Noting shortages in many sectors of the aviation workforce, the business aviation association is advocating for more hands-on training programs.
Five already announced additional simulators will represent just the start of the CAE-DAC joint venture’s investment in growing Simcom Holdings.
EasyJet has started to train pilots in CAE’s new simulator center near Gatwick Airport, where it has five dedicated full-motion devices.
Aviation Performance Solutions has added an upset prevention and recovery training course for aviation safety inspectors and regulatory authorities.
FlightSafety International is now offering Collins Pro Line 4 to Pro Line Fusion differences training to operators of Nextant 604XT.
What started several years ago as a low-key gathering of charter brokers has now blossomed in to a one-day “must attend” event for the industry.
The winning Boeing T-X design is named in honor of the Tuskegee Airmen and the U.S. Air Force’s first African American fighter squadron
The Ohio State University is leading a multi-disciplinary team to decide best practices needed to meet the increasing industry demand for professionals.