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Lufthansa Aviation Training – Scale and Quality

Lufthansa Aviation Training – Scale and Quality
With more than 60 years of experience, LAT is one of the most respected airline training organisations in the world. CAT’s Chris Long offers a first-hand look at their latest innovations in pilot and cabin crew training. What surprises with Lufthansa...  Read more

Veronique Roca: My Story

Veronique Roca: My Story
“Your values and behaviours … are what make you.” Chris Long talks with Veronique Roca, Chief Engineer, BelugaXL, Airbus. I had no idea when I was a teenager that I would one day be working in the aeronautical industry; that I would one day be a...  Read more

Rude Awakening

Rude Awakening
As if air travel is not taxing enough, airline personnel must also train to deal with disruptive passengers. Robert W. Moorman explores this escalating problem. Disorderly. Boisterous. Disruptive. Rowdy. Disobedient. Rude. Call them what you will. Unruly...  Read more

Flying To Fight The Fire

Flying To Fight The Fire
One of the ultimate “touch-and-go” manoeuvres is scooping water from a lake or the sea. Now there’s a one-of-a-kind FFS to train water-bomber aircrews. Chris Long checked out the new CL415 trainer in Milan. It is not often that non-military...  Read more

Making Headway in Aviation MTX Training

Despite its potential, virtual reality (VR) training in the aircraft maintenance domain is still maturing technology. The main barrier is the time it takes to create each task that has to be accomplished for training purposes. Mario Pierobon reports....  Read more