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First DFS Remote Tower take-offs, landings

First DFS Remote Tower take-offs, landings
A Luxair regional airliner was the first aircraft whose landing was controlled from the DFS Remote Tower Control Centre. The aircraft, a Bombardier DHC 8-400 from Luxembourg, touched down on the runway in Saarbrücken at 6:51 a.m. on 4 December 2018. At...  Read more

Symbiotics gathers your thoughts

Symbiotics has created an aviation-specific survey with the aim of gathering some information around the new EASA regulatory changes encompassing pilot mental wellbeing and mandatory psychological assessments. They are looking to canvas opinions and gain...  Read more

SECA Returns to WATS 2019

SECA
  After the overwhelming success of the Student Education and Careers in Aviation (SECA) at the 2018 World Aviation Training Summit (WATS) in Orlando, Florida, SECA will be returning as part of WATS 2019 on May 2 at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort in...  Read more

SIM-TECH wins Southwest Airlines contract

SIM-TECH Manufacturing has been awarded a contract from Southwest Airlines to build several new B737NG door and overwing exit trainers and to update many others. SIM-TECH spokesman Josh Conrey stated that Southwest Airlines is one of the Premier airlines...  Read more