Uncategorized Archives - Civil Aviation Training

Airways NZ Training Bahraini ATC Students

A group of 15 air traffic control students from the Kingdom of Bahrain have completed their ICAO 051 training with Airways New Zealand. The agreement with the Bahrain Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunications’ Civil Aviation Affairs (MTT),...  Read more

DARTeC Aviation Research Consortium

Saab has welcomed the launch of a White Paper by the Digital Aviation Research & Technology Centre (DARTeC) and has announced its involvement in the Centre’s research. The launch by DARTeC on July 17, 2018, of a White Paper titled...  Read more

Alsim to produce flight training devices in US

Alsim will start producing flight training simulators in the U.S. in mid-2019 to meet the growing demand of simulators in North America and Latin America. The new eastern U.S. facility will ensure quicker production and installation, use more American...  Read more

CEO of RSi Visual Systems Retires

Tom Stelter, CEO of RSi Visual Systems and respected industry veteran, retired at the end of June. Craig Phillips, principal and current CTO, will assume the CEO’s responsibilities. Tom’s career in the aviation training industry spans more...  Read more

New Zealand Exports Sim Technology to Lebanon

Air traffic controllers in Lebanon will soon be training in a ‘real world’ air traffic environment using highly advanced simulation technology developed in New Zealand. Airways New Zealand has signed an agreement with the International Civil...  Read more
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