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Technique Over Technology

While increasingly capable technologies support fleet maintenance learning programs, training organizations continue to place a priority on classroom techniques, reports Group Editor Marty Kauchak. Maintainers around the globe are aided by a diversified,...  Read more

Career-Changers Discovering Flight Schools

Rising financial incentives are re-awakening the dream of becoming an airline pilot. Chuck Weirauch spoke with flight school and association executives. “We are seeing people in the banking and computer industry, programmers, for example, who are...  Read more

Aviation Industry Connectivity Magnifies Cyber Threat

The aviation industry is becoming unified to mitigate cyber threats of all types. Chuck Weirauch takes a closer look at how some industry players are progressing in this area. With the US Senate voting to pass the five-year FAA Reauthorization bill...  Read more

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

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

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