Category: Aviation Technical Training

Jeppesen and TUI Group to Enhance Airline Dispatch Training

Jeppesen, a Boeing Company, has teamed with TUI Group, the European charter and scheduled airline service operator, to enhance dispatch operations and training through an integrated in-house program available for airlines and other operators. Together, Jeppesen’s eAcademy program streamlines recurrent dispatch training for operators, while on the job training programs from TUI GOC establishes a […]

Aviation Australia, Airways New Zealand form New Training Centre
Aviation Australia, Airways New Zealand Form New Training Centre

Training company Aviation Australia and air navigation services provider Airways New Zealand have formed a joint-venture to train new air traffic controllers. The pair will open a new facility at Aviation Australia’s Brisbane training campus featuring total control radar and aerodrome simulators that will cater for international students, with Airways New Zealand to run ab-initio air […]

CAE Wins Civil Aviation Training Contracts Valued at More than C$180 Million
CAE Wins Civil Aviation Training Contracts Valued at More than C$180 Million

CAE announces today at the 2016 Farnborough International Airshow a series of contracts, including long-term training agreements with airlines in Asia as well as the sale of 9 full-flight simulators (FFSs) to commercial airlines, aircraft manufacturers and operators worldwide. These agreements, valued at more than C$180 million, highlight the span of CAE’s training solutions, from […]

UK CAA to Open EASA Part 66 Exam Centre in Istanbul
UK CAA to Open EASA Part 66 Exam Centre in Istanbul

On behalf of the UK CAA, CAAi is set to open a brand new EASA Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence electronic examination centre in Istanbul. The first exams will be delivered on Thursday 22 September 2016 at British Side Language School, in Besiktas, Istanbul. This new exam service will give aircraft maintenance engineers in Istanbul and the […]

KLM UK Engineering and Nilai
KLM UK Engineering Partners with Nilai University

KLM UK Engineering is delighted to announce the signing of a long term partnership with Nilai University (Malaysia) for the provision of EASA Part 147 exams supported by KLM UK Engineering’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) Software. Under the agreement, KLM UK Engineering will support Nilai University’s successful Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering and Advanced Diploma […]

World’s First All-Carbon Fiber Aircraft Takes First Flight
World’s First All-Carbon Fiber Aircraft Takes First Flight

Austria-based Diamond Aircraft’s Diamond Aircraft Reconnaissance Trainer-450 (DART-450), which the company claims is the world’s first all-carbon fiber aircraft, took off for its first flight last week. The aircraft took off from Wiener Neustadt in Austria and flew for 60 minutes. Diamond Aircraft describes the DART-450 as a 2-seat civilian and military trainer with a […]

AirTanker Services Ltd Introduces New Engineering Apprenticeship Programme
AirTanker Services Ltd Introduces New Engineering Apprenticeship Programme

AirTanker Services Ltd is pleased to announce it has partnered with Resource Group, a UK CAA EASA Part-147 Approved Training Organisation, to launch the start of a new Aircraft Engineering apprenticeship programme following the signing of a letter of intent between the two companies last week. From September 2016 four to six apprentices will start […]

Two Aquila Aircraft
Two New Aquila Aircraft For Tayside Aviation

Tayside Aviation has taken delivery of two Aquila 211 aircraft. Welcomed in by the airport fire service, the new aircraft were flown from Berlin to Dundee in Scotland with one stop in the Netherlands on route. Built in Germany, near Berlin, the Aquila will replace Tayside Aviation’s Grob 115 fleet. Tayside Aviation has ordered a […]

Garmin Avionics
Garmin On-Site Training Helps Pilots Learn Avionics

Modern avionics are at once both complex and capable, and a significant amount of the training time to qualify on a new airplane involves learning how the avionics work. At the same time, there are common avionics platforms found in many different airplanes, and pilots can take advantage of manufacturer training programs and events such […]

Boeing to Provide P-8 Training Systems to Royal Australian Air Force

The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) has selected Boeing to provide the service with P-8 maintenance training devices. This is the first international sale of P-8 maintenance training equipment currently used by the U.S. Navy for its P-8A Poseidon fleet. The RAAF virtual trainers were purchased through the U.S. Navy and RAAF Cooperative Program and […]