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Record Setting

The civil aviation industry has been busy these past few years setting a number of historical records, including aircraft orders, personnel demand and most importantly – safety. 2012 represented the safest year ever recorded, and with the introduction...  Read more

APATS 2013

   The Asia Pacific Airline Training Symposium (APATS) returns to a favoured conference venue, Bangkok, this year. From September 17-18, the show will explore aviation flight training and simulation from the Asia Pacific region. All eyes are turned...  Read more

Extracting and Enhancing Human Performance

The 16th World Aviation Training Conference & Tradeshow (WATS) flew into the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort, in Orlando, Florida, April 16-18. With 1,000 attendees hailing from 49 countries and 94 airlines, WATS demonstrated again that it is the largest...  Read more

New Apps for UK

Chris Long reports on a new apprenticeship scheme recently launched in the UK. One of the major challenges for many countries is the funding of the expensive training for aviation professionals, in particular for those wishing to start pilot training....  Read more

The Only Way is Up

For most people in the aviation training industry, the key benchmarks and predictions come from the major global players of ICAO, IATA and, of course, the aircraft manufacturers. Both Airbus and Boeing apply considerable resources to research and publish...  Read more

Growth in Asia Reflected at APATS 2013

Held in Bangkok, Thailand, the 2013 Asia Pacific Airline Training Symposium (APATS) explored aviation flight training and simulation from the Asia Pacific region. Chris Long reports. The recent boost to aircraft orders at the 15th Aviation Expo China...  Read more