Read the latest CAT Magazine: Issue 3-2018

Magazine Published: 8th June, 2018

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Contents:

Reality Bites and Rewards. Editor-in-Chief Chris Lehman explains why events like WATS are needed for the industry to move forward.

Air Malta: An Airline in Transition. Chris Long visited Air Malta to learn more about the changing face of the airline.

The LMS Imperative. Marty Kauchak explores the evolving state of learning management systems.

Have License, Will Travel? Bernie Baldwin reports on aircrew licensing and pilot transferability between regulatory jurisdictions.

Pay it Forward. Analyzing previous accidents and incidents is the best way to learn moving forward, but getting airlines to admit mistakes can be a problem. Robert W. Moorman reports.

A Journey into EBT. Aegean Airlines recently implemented EBT into their training program, Nassima Hamza reports on the results.

Relax, Observe, Confirm. Julie Boatman Filucci examines the results of an NLR study on the use of focused training to mitigate Startle and Surprise.

WATS 2018: Delivering Human Performance, Safety – and the Future. Conference Chair Chris Lehman highlights the 21st edition of the WATS conference.

ATC Training in a Single European Sky. The EASA plays a significant role in the interchangeability of air traffic controllers in Europe. Mario Pierobon reports.

Seen & Heard. Updates from the training and simulation community. Compiled and edited by the CAT editorial team.