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Summit Preview – WATS 2020

Summit Preview – WATS 2020
The 23rd edition of WATS will be the center of the civil aviation training universe in late April. Robert W. Moorman previews some exhibitors’ plans for the event. What innovative training solutions are being offered to the civil aviation market? That...  Read more

In Control

Paired with advanced technology, the human-centred activity of air traffic controller training can lead to an increase in air operations safety. Mario Pierobon examines current thinking on simulated and stimulated controller training. In the context of...  Read more

Alpha Aviation Academy – Growth with Quality

A look at the pilot training philosophy at a fast-growing Gulf Airline. Chris Long travels to Sharjah. Globally, it is noticeable that whilst reasonable numbers of aircraft are still being ordered, recently there have been fewer...  Read more

Training Highlights from ICAO A40

Pilot training, including CBT/EBT and automation risk, were on the agenda at ICAO’s A40 gathering. Mario Pierobon describes the highlights for the civil aviation training community. At the 40th session of the International Civil Aviation...  Read more

Czech Airlines Glides Back to the Future

Chris Long travelled to Prague to visit the Czech Airlines Training Centre. Managing effective ab initio pilot training with the reduced flight hours mandated by recent regulation has been a challenge for all. The commercial choices are stark – but...  Read more

The CAT Interview

The CAT Interview
David Jones, President of Quantified Design Solutions “…a training company, using the best tools available for the job.” Group Editor Marty Kauchak interviewed Jones at the VR/AR Global Summit in Vancouver, British Columbia. While Orlando,...  Read more