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A Measured Response to New Training

A Measured Response to New Training
Singapore Airlines (SIA) is proud of its hard-won reputation for excellence. Chris Long visited the airlines’ Training Centre which serves as the focal point for flight and cabin crew training. Captain Quay Chew Eng, SVP of Flight Operations, is very...  Read more

Ryanair – A Major Training Initiative

Ryanair – A Major Training Initiative
At a recent ceremony in the airfield at Cork, Ireland, Ryanair announced a major training initiative as part of the plan to provide a regular source of new pilots. Chris Long reports. VIPs, including Simon Coveney, the Irish Deputy Prime Minister and...  Read more

Determination and Resilience

Determination and Resilience
The aviation industry in Brazil has plenty of opportunities for pilots in both the business aviation market and with larger global companies. Chris Long speaks to one female pilot who has accomplished her aviation dream. Once upon a time, a dreamy girl,...  Read more

Closing One More Technology Gap

Closing One More Technology Gap
Group Editor Marty Kauchak reports on efforts to advance the fidelity of air traffic control capabilities in flight training devices and systems. Community training organizations use increasingly sophisticated, state-of-the-art, multi-million-dollar...  Read more

A Pro From The Start

A Pro From The Start
Research work has been conducted by Boeing to help assess professional competencies in ab initio training. Julie Boatman Filucci finds out more about the results. “You have to ask the right questions, because we need the right data,” says Dr. Douglas...  Read more

The Hidden Profit Driver

The Hidden Profit Driver
How can maintenance training be used as a strategy for profitability? Dr. William Cox examines how airlines can make this work. In 2017 airlines generated total revenues of $754 billion and a net margin of a mere 4.6%. 2018 revenues are expected to reach...  Read more