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Career-Changers Discovering Flight Schools

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

PBN Training

PBN Training
An important regulatory development in Europe this year has been the deadline of the 25th August 2018 for air operators to establish compliance with performance based navigation (PBN) crew training requirements which has affected both EASA aircrew and...  Read more

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