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Independent Training Providers

James Termini first became aware of the need for security training when flying long haul flights for an airline to countries that were sorely in need of better security at airports. Termini is CEO of Redline Aviation Security Ltd., one of several...  Read more

New Tricks for Old Dogs?

New aircraft types, new nav and comms systems, and new mandates for stall and adverse weather training. The pilot’s training task list is constantly changing, and simulation technologists are being challenged to extend the envelope. Rick Adams examines...  Read more

Service Agreement

The German software provider MINT Software Solutions has signed a service agreement for the delivery of its comprehensive training management solution MINT TMS to eight airlines that are part of the southern American Avianca Holdings S.A. MINT TMS will...  Read more

ALX Flight Sim Purchased

Stapleford Flight Centre has purchased an Alsim ALX flight simulator in order to enhance its training efficiency. Stapleford Flight Centre already has three Alsim simulators: two AL200 DA42 and one AL200 MCC. This last one has been repurchased by Alsim...  Read more

Pilot Pathway Program

Aerosim Flight Academy, an accredited global flight school, is helping Republic Airlines fulfil its need for new first officer pilots via its Airline Pilot Pathway Program, which ensures graduates meet the airlines’ hiring requirements and have access...  Read more

ATP Certification Training Program

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University has become the first training provider in the US to receive approval from the FAA for its ATP Certification Training Program (CTP). With the completion of an FAA-approved aviation degree program from Embry-Riddle,...  Read more