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JetBlue’s Training Strategy

Warren Christie, JetBlue’s vice president of Operational Planning and Training, outlined his air carrier’s training strategy in a far ranging interview with Group Editor Marty Kauchak on February 21, 2014. Insights from their discussion are provided...  Read more

How Real Can You Make It?

Chris Long visits Scandinavian airline Novair and profiles the training expertise of this charter carrier. For many cabin crew, making their way out of a smoke-filled emergency evacuation trainer, with its noise (and in some cases movement) and escaping...  Read more

Getting Out Safely

Improved training methods, sophisticated hardware and a mindset change of management is helping to evolve cabin evacuation training. Robert W. Moorman investigates. Two aircraft accidents in recent years highlight the life and death importance of cabin...  Read more

APATS 2013

   The Asia Pacific Airline Training Symposium (APATS) returns to a favoured conference venue, Bangkok, this year. From September 17-18, the show will explore aviation flight training and simulation from the Asia Pacific region. All eyes are turned...  Read more

Extracting and Enhancing Human Performance

The 16th World Aviation Training Conference & Tradeshow (WATS) flew into the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort, in Orlando, Florida, April 16-18. With 1,000 attendees hailing from 49 countries and 94 airlines, WATS demonstrated again that it is the largest...  Read more

EDM Ltd. Selected by All Nippon Airways (ANA)

EDM Ltd. has been selected by All Nippon Airways (ANA) to design, manufacture and install new Boeing B777 and B767 door trainers for the airline. EDM was awarded the new business as part of an international tender with delivery expected at the end of...  Read more