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Paperless Training Takes Off

Chuck Weirauch provides an update on the use of mobile and paperless training. With the world’s two largest airliner manufacturers taking major steps to foster the implementation of iPads as Electronic Flight Bags (EFBs) into the cockpits of their...  Read more

A Civil Business

The military use of unmanned aerial systems as tools for surveillance and weapons delivery is well known. Can these systems find a place in the civil world? Robert W. Moorman investigates. Washington D.C is to politics what Las Vegas is to gambling. And...  Read more

Fleet Renewal

As Delta and American Airlines receive new models of aircraft into their fleets, the two air carriers are using technology-enabled training strategies to prepare their pilots for the transition, Group Editor Marty Kauchak reports. Delta has an ambitious...  Read more

EASA 2013 – Dawn of a New Era

Peter Moxham, FRAeS, explains recent developments within EASA. Love it or hate it, EASA has entered a new era. 2013 has seen EASA FCL Regulations come into force in all member states together with Iceland, Norway and Switzerland, and EASA Flight...  Read more

The Pilot Supply Challenge

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John Bent, FRAeS, Chairman Training Practices Workstream, International Pilot Training Consortium (IPTC), states that the variability in quality and relevance in pilot training around the world has become an exacerbating factor requiring urgent...  Read more

Lufthansa – A Small Step for Some

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Chris Long visits Lufthansa Flight Training and reports on its well-established MPL programme for ab initio training. Few issues in pilot training have generated as much discussion in recent years as the introduction of the Multi-Crew Pilot Licence...  Read more
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