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The Spoken Word – Language Standards

Robert W. Moorman explores what is being done to teach English to test pilots and air traffic controllers according to ICAO’s language standards. They still talk about the horrific mid-air collision near New Delhi, India. November 12, 1996: A Saudi...  Read more

Next-Gen Motion Technology Improving Performance

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Next-Gen Motion Technology Improving Performance With the introduction of second-generation electric motion systems for full flight simulators and the further refining and improvement of FFS performance, training devices are becoming more capable of...  Read more

Follow the Fuel

Rick Adams investigates training for offshore helicopter operations. There’s a new dynamic driving helicopter pilot training, and a new geography of locations with names you’ve probably never heard before. The Santos Basin off the coast of Brazil,...  Read more

Learning Technologies

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Converging Paths Military virtual maintenance training systems provide high fidelity, quality training across learning curricula. S&T companies are devising strategies to tailor their simulators and other devices to further support maintainers in the...  Read more

Superjet Training – Taking Off From Venice

Chris Long profiles the Sukhoi Superjet SSJ100. A characteristic of most new aircraft in the 21st century is that they are the result of collaborative ventures. The Sukhoi Superjet SSJ100 is no exception, but it is unique in that it is a fusion of two...  Read more

Axis Flight Training Systems

Axis Flight Training Systems has announced that Peter G. Edwards and Niall G. Olver have joined the Axis group as investors and operational partners, through the formation of Axis Simulation Holdings GmbH of Zug, Switzerland. Edwards and Olver will work...  Read more
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