Regulatory Archives - Page 2 of 20 - Civil Aviation Training

FSANA requests U.S. government shutdown relief

FSANA is working to help alleviate some of the effects of the government shutdown on flight training providers around the country. Specifically, the company says it is aware of the fact that expiration of FAA Part 141 and 142 training programs...  Read more

MOLIT & EASA Sign MOU

The Korean Land, Infrastructure and Transport Ministry (MOLIT) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) have signed an aviation cooperation Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The main contents of the MOU include education on overall aviation...  Read more

Time for Change

The civil aviation training industry continues its inexorable evolution, embracing new technology. Just not as fast as anyone likes, including many regulators. Rick Adams looks at some topics on the regulatory table. Regulation, certainly in...  Read more

Simulation and Training for Resilience and Safety

STRS
  The inaugural Simulation and Training for Resilience and Safety Symposium 2019 (STRS) will take place 26-27 March 2019 at No. 4 Hamilton Place, London, U.K. Through the sharing of information and ideas, this brand new event aims to encourage...  Read more

Airways Flygutbildning selects FlightLogger

Airways Flygutbildning
Airways Flygutbildning is the latest Swedish flight school to go live with FlightLogger’s Flight Training Management platform. The value proposition of becoming paperless by integrating the management of flight programs, ground theory, bookings, flight...  Read more