Issue 5/2019 – EATS 2019 Show Issue

Advertising Deadline – 1st October 2019
Publication Date – 21st October 2019

Airline Training Profile – Lufthansa Aviation Training – With more than 60 years of experience, LAT is one of the most respected airline training organisations in the world. CAT’s Chris Long offers a first-hand look at their latest innovations in pilot and cabin crew training. 

A Rude Awakening – As if air travel was not taxing enough, airline personnel now train to deal with disruptive passengers. Robert W. Moorman explores this ongoing problem. 

Flying to Fight the Fire – One of the ultimate “touch-and-go” manoeuvres is scooping water from a lake or the sea. Now there’s a one-of-a-kind FFS to train water-bomber aircrews. Chris Long checked out the new TRU/Ansett CL415 trainer in Milan. 

Air Traffic Management Training – ATM technology is changing rapidly, and (like pilots and technicians) there is a growing shortage of well-qualified personnel worldwide. Group Editor Marty Kauchak looks at emerging techniques in air traffic training. 

VR, AR and MR in Maintenance Training – X-Reality technologies are taking hold more quickly in maintenance technician than any other area of aviation; Mario Pierobon looks at the reasons why, along with some unique applications by training organisations. 

APATS 2019 Report – Highlights from the Asia Pacific Airline Training Symposium (and Heads of Training meeting) in Singapore, a focused, executive-level treatment of Asia-Pacific airline training and simulation issues, chaired by former Airbus flight ops and training VP, Jacques Drappier. 


Advertising Contacts

To discuss advertising options in this issue of CAT Magazine, please contact one of our sales team:

North America:
Michelle Stewart
Michelle@halldale.com
Tel: +1 407 322 5605

Europe:
Natalie Morris
Natalie@halldale.com
Tel: +1 407 322 5605

Rest of World:
Jeremy Humphreys
Jeremy@halldale.com
Tel: +44 (0)1252 532009