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How Real Can You Make It?

Chris Long visits Scandinavian airline Novair and profiles the training expertise of this charter carrier. For many cabin crew, making their way out of a smoke-filled emergency evacuation trainer, with its noise (and in some cases movement) and escaping...  Read more

Qualification for entrol A320 Simulator

entrol’s A320 simulator has received FNPT II MCC qualification from the Belgian Civil Aviation Authority. The A320 simulator was purchased by DL-Aviation to offer MCC and JOT courses and train normal and emergency procedures of the...  Read more


Bombardier has appointed training services provider FlightPath International (FPI) of Toronto as its Authorized Technical Training Provider (ATTP) for all entitlement and recurrent technical training for Bombardier’s CRJ Series commercial aircraft...  Read more

Onwards and Upwards for Helicopter Training

Chuck Weirauch explores the helicopter simulation training industry and provides an update on recent progress. With commercial helicopter sales now anticipated to increase significantly in just about every major world market, and in China at an annual...  Read more

It’s All About the Growth

  Willem-Jan Derks profiles aviation training in Latin America. Latin America, with its 590 million inhabitants, has been an increasingly important market for over a decade now and seems to be continuing that trend. It was one of the few regions of...  Read more

Getting Out Safely

Improved training methods, sophisticated hardware and a mindset change of management is helping to evolve cabin evacuation training. Robert W. Moorman investigates. Two aircraft accidents in recent years highlight the life and death importance of cabin...  Read more