Read the latest CAT Magazine: Issue 6-2019

Magazine Published: 6th December, 2019

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Contents:

Show Them the Money The pilot and maintenance tech shortages come down mostly to money – pay, bonuses, benefits and especially the cost of initial training.  Group editor Marty Kauchak highlights some expanding financial mechanisms for future right-seaters.

Czech Airlines Glides Back tot he Future Chris Long travelled to Prague to visit the Czech Airlines Training Centre.

Here Come the Drones With the blessing the FAA and other regulators, the new era of commercial drone deliveries has launched.  Robert W Moorman investigates the trainin gof professional drone operators.

Dedicated Sim for Flying Doctors  Twenty-four-hour emergency medical service to people spread over an area of 7.69 million square kilometres – thats a very big waiting room!  Keith Morgan reports on the RFDS training facility in Dubbo.

Secrets of Disability Training In May, the IATA 75th Annual General Meeting unanimously approved a resolution to improve the air travel experience for people with disabilites around the world.  Craig P. Kennedy takes a look at disability training programs.

Serious Business in Berlin Brexit, flygskam, disabled passengers, eye tracking, regulatory task forces, the correlation of certiication with training – EATS 2019 covered a spectrum of high-interest issues and innovations. Mario Pierobon monitored the proceedings.

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