Training and Workforce
News about simulators and training procedures, as well as workforce.
Three of the country's independent MROs find success through offering maintenance technician apprenticeships.
A 33 percent increase in newly certificated aviation maintenance technicians in 2021 wasn't enough to offset an industry shortage.
The Bell Training Academy has exceeded 230,000 flight training hours and trained over 130,000 pilots from more than 135 countries.
The Cessna 172 Skyhawk milestone was reached with this week's delivery of five of the type to ATP Flight School.
The human element is an important part of aviation safety, which means addressing internal and external factors that can cause an employee to disengage.
Wheels Up has entered a cooperative pilot hiring partnership with MAG Aerospace that will expand career opportunities for pilots.
Business aviation could solve its worker shortage by making the industry a safe place for female employees, according to Tony Kern.
Speaking last week at the Corporate Jet Investor in Miami, GAMA president and CEO Pete Bunce addressed hurdles in workforce, supply chain and regulations.
Nearly 400 people are expected to attend Bombardier's three-day safety conference, which kicks off today in Wichita.
The airline expects to train more than 1,000 people as A&Ps by 2026, with at least half of them women or people of color.