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Much to Be Encouraged About

Group Editor Marty Kauchak highlights several significant business, technology and safety advancements in our community through 2014 and into early 2015. The civil aviation simulation and training industry had much to be encouraged about during 2014 and...  Read more

Heavyweight Contender

For the first time in recent memory, more than one company is selling full flight simulators in double-digits – not just for a year but in only six months. Is there finally a ‘Godzilla’ competitor to CAE’s ‘Kong’ in the commercial airline...  Read more

Solving the Shortage

Chuck Weirauch examines the issues that are complicating the aviation technician shortage problem, and what solutions are being found to resolve them. If one were to believe the 2014 US Government Accountability Office (GAO)’s Current and Future...  Read more

Smooth Entry – Qatar Airways Gets It Right

Chris Long takes an in-depth look at the training expertise of Qatar Airways. Whenever a significant new aircraft enters service, the eyes of the industry, if not of the world, are closely watching the progress of the initial few months. Many operators...  Read more

Getting Upset Right

Ahead of looming regulations requiring upset recovery training capability, simulator manufacturers are vying to address airline and bizjet operator demand. Rick Adams looks at UPRT and other pilot training technology developments. If I am ever a...  Read more

Training Narratives and Paradoxes

While the simulation and training sector continues its enormous contribution to the industry’s remarkable safety record, considerable M&A is evident as new technologies continue to emerge – even as the global personnel supply issues show few...  Read more