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Quadrant Simulation Systems

Quadrant Simulation Systems, Inc. (QSSI) has announced an addition to its existing visual system update and support portfolio with the commencement of CRT support services for the ESCP range of calligraphic projectors. QSSI’s CRT support service...  Read more

Symbiotics Ltd

Symbiotics Ltd. have won a contract with Qatar Airways to deliver a comprehensive aircrew selection programme. Symbiotics will carry out selection processes based on its ADAPT Pilot Assessment and Screening Tool – a blended assessment that looks at...  Read more

Blue Islands

Blue Islands are the only airline based in the Channel Islands (UK) that are certified to provide their own approved ATR training to pilots and cabin crew, both in-house and externally. The local airline is approved under the European regulator EASA as...  Read more

Britannica Knowledge Management Systems

Britannica Knowledge Management Systems has launched the new Fox, the most complete management solution for airlines, training providers and academies. The new Fox delivers unparalleled solutions for all three essential civil aviation training management...  Read more

Helicopter Training

FlightSafety International is now able to offer training for the Sikorsky S-76B helicopter at its Learning Center in Dallas, Texas. The Sikorsky S-76B training program was previously located at FlightSafety’s West Palm Beach Learning Center. The...  Read more

ATC Training

An air traffic control training facility purpose-built for international students has been officially opened by Airways New Zealand to support growing global demand for Airways’ world-class ATC training. The new facility opposite the Massey...  Read more