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FAA reduces Andrews University’s flight time

Andrews University
Students in the Andrews University Department of Aviation can now save 500 hours of flight training and related costs as they meet the requirements to become an airline pilot. The school received a Letter of Authorization from the Federal Aviation...  Read more

OSU selects five Cirrus Aircraft SR20s

Cirrus Aircraft
Oklahoma State University (OSU) selected the Cirrus Aircraft SR20 as an addition to its existing Aviation Program fleet. This is the first partnership between Cirrus and OSU, resulting in five new aircraft for the aviation program. The aircraft features...  Read more

Skyborne, Optimum Credit partner for funding solution

Skyborne Airline Academy is launching a funding solution for its cadet pilots in partnership with Optimum Credit. The funding solution will enable cadets to borrow money, subject to status, to cover their course fees, secured against a residential...  Read more

CAE’s president, CEO named CEO of the Year 2018

CEO of the Year
CAE announced that its president and Chief Executive Officer, Marc Parent, was named CEO of the Year in the Large Corporation category by business journal Les Affaires. The jury, composed mainly of members of the business community as well as university...  Read more

Virgin Atlantic receives new training rig

  Virgin Atlantic airlines received a new cabin evacuation-training rig. It is based in Crawley, U.K., where the company’s cabin crews practice a Safety and Emergency Procedures (SEP) training each year. The new rig’s sidewalls, overhead lockers...  Read more