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Human Factors Conference

Chris Long reports from the recent Human Factors Conference held by Lufthansa Flight Training. The importance of human behaviour within aviation, and particularly on the flight deck, has long been recognised. This critical component has never been more...  Read more

Reducing Flight Training Costs

Chuck Weirauch takes an in-depth look at a number of the players in the low cost training market. B-747 Simulator in pristine condition, hybrid six hydraulic actuators, spares, test set – $500,000.  This ad placed recently on the Trade-A-Plane...  Read more

Helicopter Safety Mantra Having Effect?

The helicopter accident rate resumed its desired downward trend last year. Significant reasons could be continuous communication, stricter flight rules, and proliferation of newer technology flight simulators and training devices. Rick Adams reports....  Read more

BARCO-PD REPORT

An Evolution Dim Jones addresses the evolving role of the Barco division, the Frederikstad, Norway, based projectiondesign. Regaining Focus A user judges the fidelity of a simulator by two yardsticks: does it handle and perform like the real...  Read more

A Drum Roll for a New Conference – AAETS 2015

Chris Long reports from the first Asia Pacific Aviation Education and Training Symposium (AAETS) held in Incheon, Republic of Korea. There was a tremendous impact right from the start of this inaugural conference, when a troop of traditional Korean...  Read more

Integrating Training Best Practice

Following the merger with US Airways, American Airlines is now the largest carrier in the world. Chuck Weirauch investigates their training and simulation expertise. In one of the more remarkable climb outs for the airline industry, American Airlines...  Read more