Chengdu J-20: A Game Changer or A Cheap Copy?
More than a month has already passed since the military aviation community has started speaking about the latest Chinese development -...
Aviation Industry’s Growth in Latin America
Through careful analysis of the largest aviation manufacturers (Airbus, Boeing and Embraer) and market activity tendencies, it is true to say that...
The Rivalry Between Heathrow and Gatwick Airports
By being the small island in a large ocean it is crucial for the United Kingdom to be well connected. It has had the world’s largest port and...
Mitsubishi Regional Jet: To Be Or Not To Be?
After the World War II, Japanese aerospace industry was totally cut off from creation and production of its own aircraft. Nevertheless, Japanese...
Aviation Training Management Software – A Key to Digital Optimization
Digitalization is considered to be one of the major trends impacting the modern global aviation training industry and aviation technologies which are...
To increase geographical presence, decrease competition, accelerate expansion – just a few reasons why companies choose business acquisition as an inorganic mode of expansion. With yearly worth of worldwide mergers and acquisitions topping €41 billion it’s only natural that increasing number of deals has been recorded and anticipated in the aviation industry as well. With […]
Maintenance cost per flight hour edged up in 2016 for most U. S. airlines. As a group, the three network airlines, American, Delta and United, paid $1,032 per flight hour for their mixed fleets, up 1.7% from 2015. American and United paid the most, $1,175 and $1,000 per flight hour, respectively. Delta paid the least, […]
How much hours do you plan to fly during the next year? This question, alone, should help start the discussion on whether to rent or buy your own private jet. Although it’s true in a way that the more time you spend in the air, the more sense it makes to acquire your own private […]
In May 2017, Cirrus released Vision Jet – the most affordable private jet in the market today. But does cheaper necessarily mean the one to go for? Not always, price is only one of the criteria for choosing the most compelling type of private jet. How to estimate the major differences among various size aircraft […]
BAA Training Starts Cadet Program With Small Planet Airlines
BAA Training, European standard aviation training centre, widens its partners’ list for ab initio pilot training and starts cooperation with Small...
BAA Training Provides ATR 42/72 Training For Tanzanian Airlines
BAA Training, European standard aviation training centre, has announced that it has gained an approval to provide ATR 42/72 full flight simulator...
What Do You Know About the Evolution of Full Flight Simulators?
As experienced pilots and instructors say, the sense of flight is unnatural for a human being. Therefore, the methods of pilot training have been...
BAA Training, European standard aviation training centre, widens its partners’ list for ab initio pilot training and starts cooperation with Small Planet Airlines, one of the fastest growing independent leisure airlines in Europe. The main purpose of the recently launched cadet program is to establish eased opportunities for talented youngsters to become pilots and support […]
UK-based cabin trainer manufacturer EDM has introduced virtual reality (VR) headsets in cabin crew training to meet an increasing demand from airlines for the modern technology. The headsets will be used in conjunction with EDM’s existing fuselage mock-ups. EDM’s product range also includes replicas of aircraft doors to instruct flight attendants on how to open […]
As experienced pilots and instructors say, the sense of flight is unnatural for a human being. Therefore, the methods of pilot training have been relevant since the appearance of the first aircraft. Nowadays, flight simulation is critical to the operation of civil and military aircraft organisations. Much of training previously done in aircraft now is […]