Article Archives - Civil Aviation Training

Robert Luthy, Interim GM, L3Harris Airline Academy

Interviewed by Chuck Weirauch. In his new position, Luthy is responsible for the L3Harris Academies in the UK, Portugal and New Zealand. He previously was in charge of the company’s US Airline Academy in Sanford, Florida. CAT: There has been a recent...  Read more

Dynamic, More Realistic Cabin Crew Training

A Dubai-based start-up eyes a niche in the training market and launches a new concept of holistic training. Chris Long reports. Bilal Tahboub was heavily involved in cabin crew training, back in 2012, with a major international airline, and was...  Read more

Confronting the Blaze

Robert W. Moorman explores how experienced pilots of fixed-wing and rotorcraft prepare to become aerial firefighters. Massive conflagrations in California and Australia last year convinced many people that wildfires are a growing problem and that more...  Read more

Big Data for Training – and More

The civil aviation community is using Big Data to enhance pilot training programs, and is finding use cases for large data sets beyond – throughout the sector’s ecosystem. Group Editor Marty Kauchak provides a glimpse of the surging demand. At the...  Read more

Secrets of Disability Training

In May, the IATA 75th Annual General Meeting unanimously approved a resolution to improve the air travel experience for people with disabilities around the world. Craig P. Kennedy takes a look at disability training programs. “Airlines were ahead...  Read more