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Mount Cook Airline

Mount Cook Airline, a subsidiary of Air New Zealand, is the latest ATR operator to choose the Mechtronix ATR 72-600 flat panel trainer (FPT). The new trainer will be used to help convert pilots from the airlines existing fleet of ATR 72-500s to the...  Read more

L-3 Link Simulation & Training

L-3 Link Simulation & Training’s (L-3 Link) Crawley, UK-based operation has been awarded Level D certifications on individual simulators that replicate British Airways’ (BA) A380-800 and All Nippon Airways’ (ANA) B777-300ER platforms. The ANA...  Read more

Flight Simulator

FlightSafety International’s full flight simulator for the Embraer Executive Jets Legacy 650 aircraft has been qualified to Level D by the United States FAA; Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil in Brazil; and European Aviation Safety Agency. The new...  Read more

Global Training Aviation

Global Training Aviation (GTA) is working to establish a commercial joint venture with Nusa Flying International. The joint venture will initially cater to ATR 42/72 and Airbus A320 series pilot type-rating training requirements and will provide...  Read more

Training Airplanes

Piper Aircraft Inc. and CAE have announced the introduction of 35 Piper single-engine and twin-engine training airplanes to its CAE Oxford Aviation Academy fleet. The agreement includes firm orders for 22 single-engine Archer TX training airplanes and 13...  Read more

New Training Horizons

Group Editor Marty Kauchak provides insights on the latest training challenges and opportunities facing the US air traffic control force, and a glimpse of developments for its counterparts in NAV CANADA. Air Traffic Controller (ATC) training is prominent...  Read more
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