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Cairns FALCON 10 Jet

Aviation Australia’s Cairns Aviation Skills Centre (CASC) has launched ATPL theory training for pilots. The introduction of this training is in response to market demands as a result of the new CASR Part 61 ATPL licensing requirements.  Partnered...  Read more

Carol Vorderman Plans To Fly Around The World Solo

Carol Vorderman, British TV personality, who recently unveiled plans to fly around the world solo, has joined the judging panel for the final round of Bristol Groundschool’s ATPL Scholarship Programme. Somerset-based Bristol Groundschool launched...  Read more

CAE Signs Contracts For Ten Full Flight Simulators

CAE has signed contracts for ten full flight simulators (FFSs), flight training devices and simulator update services. The contracts are worth approximately C$140 million. CAE has sold four A320 FFSs with options for another four, and four training...  Read more

Fresh Thinking With Finair Europe

Chris Long takes a look at new entrant in the equipment manufacturing market, Farnair Europe. With the continuing uptick in training demands it is no surprise that there are new entrants in the training market. The size of that market, and the...  Read more

The Future “Pilot Shortage Tsunami”

Ian Strachan reports from the RAeS conference ‘Improving Training Provision’. At the Royal Aeronautical Society HQ in London, the Society and the International Air Transport Association held a conference in June on “Improving Training...  Read more

EATS 2013 – Enhancing Flight Crew Training

Held in Berlin, Germany, the 2013 European Airline Training Symposium (EATS) saw delegates benefit from the perspectives of European and international training and simulation experts. Conference Chair and CAT Editor-in-Chief Chris Lehman filed this...  Read more