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Raytheon & United Technologies to combine in merger

Raytheon Company and United Technologies Corp. have entered into an agreement to merge, and will create a systems provider with advanced technologies to address rapidly growing segments within aerospace and defense. The combined company of Raytheon and...  Read more

Airways Aviation purchases four Cessna aircraft

four Cessna
Airways Aviation has purchased an additional four Cessna 172 aircraft to meet an increased demand for pilot training. All four aircraft have Garmin G3X glass cockpits with dual 10-inch touch displays. The touchscreen offers an intuitive user interface...  Read more

“Are You Fit to Fly?”

A critical question at the “Outbrief” – the final check that all is well prepared before the crew make their way to a Royal Air Force aircraft, is “Are you fit to fly?” Only if there is a convincing and positive answer does the mission get...  Read more

one-G G1000 Sim Included in Access Program

Seattle company, one-G simulation’s Cessna 172 G1000 based flight simulator is now available on a per-per-use basis via the popular one-G Access Program. The one-G Foundation 1000 is approved as an advanced aviation training device (AATD) and...  Read more

EuroPilot Center selects AL42 FSTD

HM Aerospace acquires third Alsim AL42 flight simulator
EuroPilot Center (EPC) has chosen Alsim to deliver an Alsim AL42 FSTD (flight simulation training device) to the Approved Training Organization’s (ATO) premises in Antwerp, Belgium. The device will be used in the school’s new Integrated...  Read more

Approval for Embraer E-Jets E2 Training Program

FlightSafety International’s Embraer E-Jets E2 training program has been approved by the United States Federal Aviation Administration, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency, and the National Civil Aviation Agency of Brazil. The training will...  Read more