Issue 4/2019 – APATS 2019 Show Issue
Advertising Deadline – 22nd July 2019
Publication Date – 12th August 2019
Airline Training Profile – Air Astana – CAT’s Chris Long profiles training at one of the fastest growing airlines in Central Asia, winner of the 2019 Travellers Choice Regional Airline Asia award.
The New Embraer Era – Embraer’s commercial aircraft division is now Boeing Brazil. CAT’s Chris Long visited the OEM to learn their go-forward strategy for civil and business aircraft.
Simulation Support Technology – How are advancements in instructor stations, eye-tracking, motion and other tools enhancing airline pilot training? Editor Rick Adams talks with industry innovators.
Can Resilience Be Trained? – The in-vogue term, “resilience” has been defined as being prepared for what you are trained … and for unexpected events. Mario Pierobon looks at new approaches to managing risk and challenging flight events.
Civil Aviation Simulator Trends – With the continued upward trend of commercial air travel, the training community is ramping up in parallel. More device manufacturers, more devices, more training organizations. The CAT editorial team highlights the past year.
Basics and Beyond – So-called “low end” training devices – BATDs, AATDs, and FTDs – continue to add capability such as tactile cockpit controls, visual systems, motion, even virtual reality. Chuck Weirauch highlights some of the newer entrants in the market.
Maintaining the Fleet – As aircraft increasingly become flying software systems and younger personnel enter the workforce, new technology approaches are necessary to keep maintainer crews ahead of the learning curve. Marty Kauchak explores.
AAETS 2019 Report – Highlights from the Asian Aviation Education & Training Symposium (AAETS), Korea’s leading conference for the international aviation training industry.
Conference Reports – The annual EASA-FAA International Aviation Safety Conference and Royal Aeronautical Society conferences on mental well-being and flight simulation future realities, and more.
EATS 2019 Preview – The European Airline Training Symposium (EATS), supported by EASA, is the leading aviation training event for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. A hallmark of EATS is the quality of attendees – a majority of senior personalities who drive the global airline training and simulation industry.
To discuss advertising options in this issue of CAT Magazine, please contact one of our sales team:
Tel: +1 407 322 5605
Tel: +1 407 322 5605
Rest of World:
Tel: +44 (0)1252 532009