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Air Astana – the Kazakh Solution

Air Astana – the Kazakh Solution
Winner of the 2019 Travellers Choice Regional Airline Asia award, Air Astana is one of the fastest-growing airlines in Central Asia. Chris Long profiles. Some of the basic numbers from Kazakhstan are surprising. It is the largest landlocked country in...  Read more

How to Develop Resilience?

How to Develop Resilience?
Training in resilience development, an element of CRM, has been required by EASA air operations regulations since 2016. Mario Pierobon talked with training leaders about approaches to managing risk and challenging flight events. Resilience development in...  Read more

Evolution Not Revolution

Evolution Not Revolution
Insights and perspectives on the state of virtual-, augmented- and mixed-reality technology supporting maintainers’ continua of learning, from diverse civil aviation training leaders. Group Editor Marty Kauchak reports. The promise of the X-Realities...  Read more

AAETS 2019 – Success in Seoul

AAETS 2019 – Success in Seoul
The subject matter of the recent Asian Aviation Education and Training Symposium 2019 (AAETS) in Seoul, Republic of Korea, was tightly focused on the Multi-crew Pilot Licence (MPL) and maintenance and engineering topics. AAETS Chair Chris Long and M/E...  Read more

Embracing Embraer – 50 Years On

Embracing Embraer – 50 Years On
2019 marks the 50th year since the Brazil-based aircraft manufacturer Embraer was created. Chris Long visited the OEM to learn their go-forward strategy for commercial and business aircraft. Across a half-century, Brazilian aerospace conglomerate Embraer...  Read more

Sim Trends for the Next Decade

Sim Trends for the Next Decade
The exponential demand for pilots, technicians and other aviation professionals is spawning more schools, more training device developers, and more scientific techniques. Rick Adams highlights some trends gaining traction. The numbers just keep getting...  Read more