Category: Aviation Training News

Russia To Start Training Female Military Pilots

Women will be admitted to the Krasnodar aviation school for pilot training this year for the first time in Russia’s modern history, Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu told reporters on Saturday. “There are quite a few girls who would like to become military pilots. We’ve received hundreds of letters, hence the decision to enroll the […]

Storm Aviation Introduces A320neo LEAP-1A Differences Training

UK-based Storm Aviation, one of the leading line maintenance and technical training service providers in Europe, has announced the launch of Airbus A320neo Leap-1A differences training courses. This brand-new training will start at London airports on the 11th of September, 2017. The highly anticipated NEO LEAP-1A theory and practical training is a 4-day long course […]

Hunting For Simulator Spare Parts: Make It More Efficient

CAE forecasts that the industry will need 255,000 new airline pilots over the next 10 years. Airbus predicts that by 2036 the demand for new pilots will be over half a million. It is calculated that the airline industry will need to produce 70 new type-rated pilots per day to meet the global demand. What […]

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 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 […]

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 services for Tanzanian aviation companies. After the audit of Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) passed smoothly, ATR 42/72 type rating training and full flight simulator dry or wet lease can be provided in […]

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 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 […]

Boeing to Deliver the U.S. Navy’s First Deployable P-8A Poseidon Trainers

Boeing will deliver the U.S. Navy’s first deployable P-8A Poseidon trainers, allowing aircrew and operators to improve their mission readiness even while serving away from home. Under a recently signed contract, Boeing will provide seven Deployable Mission Readiness Trainers (DMRTs) to the Navy, starting in 2019. “Training ensures the Maritime Patrol Reconnaissance community is proficient […]

How Can Flight Schools Increase Aviation Safety?

Despite the advancing technology and improved aircraft reliability, crew decision making also known as a human factor remains the most important factor in aviation safety. For that reason, the quality of pilot training remains the critical factor in accident prevention. Professional training, first of all, requires qualified instructors and proper training devices. For instrument rating, […]

BAA Training Establishes Aviation Training Base In The Middle East

BAA Training continues spreading its name over the map of aviation training world. Aviation training center based in Northern Europe is expanding its services to the Middle East market by establishing BAA Training UAE training base. In cooperation with strategic partners, the aviation training centre Pier 7 Aviation, BAA Training UAE is ready to provide […]

IATA Launches First Virtual Reality Training Tool For Ground Operations

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced the launch of RampVR, the industry’s first virtual reality (VR) training platform for ground operations, at the IATA Ground Handling Conference (IGHC) in Bangkok. “Improving ramp safety and reducing damage to aircraft and ground equipment through better education and training is an industry priority, but training in this […]