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Aging and Flight Performance

Chuck Weirauch investigates the issues of an aging pilot population and aeromedical concerns associated with it. With more than half of US airline pilots now over the age of 50, and the average age trending higher each year (American Airlines reports...  Read more

Once is Rarely Enough

Flight simulation training device qualification is one of those common processes that every regulator does a bit differently … and separately. Global harmonization would save the training industry millions, but few seem to be in a rush to make it...  Read more

Emirates Training – A 21st Century Model?

Chris Long visited Emirates, the largest airline in the Middle East, to investigate its training expertise. Captain Martin Mahoney, SVP Flight Training at Emirates, is very well aware that the ideal model for training pilots is constantly changing as it...  Read more

Helicopter Maintenance Training

MAINTENANCE The Bell Helicopter Training Academy (BTA) has received Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) approval to conduct Bell 412EP/Bell 412EPI B1.3 and B2 Part 147 technical training at the Bell Helicopter Singapore Service Center. This...  Read more

Helicopter Sim Purchase

HELICOPTER Heli Protection Europe has purchased an entrol H21 FNPT II MCC helicopter simulator based on the Bell 412. The simulator will be installed in Italy and will be used for a fully new and advanced pilot training process, including studies related...  Read more

EASA MTO Approval

MAINTENANCE Pelesys Aviation Maintenance Training (PAMT), a subsidiary of Pelesys Inc., has received EASA certification as an approved Maintenance Training Organization (MTO) under Part 147 of the EASA regulations. Pelesys will initially be able to...  Read more