Category: Aviation Training News

Russian Navy to Enhance Captains’ Training in Naval Aviation Operations

Reading Time: 1 minute Russian navy fleet in 2016 will see a significant broadening of training for captains and captains’ senior assistants on ships with naval aviation on board, according to naval aviation Chief Igor Kozhin. Russia’s navy is set to broaden the scope of training programs for its captains and senior captains’ assistants as the navy’s fleet gains […]

Aeros Flight Training and Global ATS Offer New ATCOs Pilot Training

Reading Time: 1 minute Aeros Flight Training has entered into a partnership agreement with Global ATS (Air Training Services) to provide flight training for trainee air traffic controllers. The training programme, which began in December 2015, will be provided by Aeros at Gloucestershire Airport. “The programme calls for batches of trainees to go through a range of our pilot […]

Sanborn Commercial Drone Services in Full Swing

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Sanborn Map Company, Inc. (Sanborn) announces that several of its seasoned pilots have completed extensive unmanned aircraft system (UAS) training and now are qualified to perform commercial flights with the firm’s UAS. Earlier in 2015, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) granted Sanborn a Section 333 Exemption to commercially operate a UAS. Geospatial and Aerial […]

CAE Gains Regulatory Approval for CSeries FFS

Reading Time: 4 minutes Bombardier Commercial Aircraft and CAE announced today that Transport Canada, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) have awarded Interim Level C qualification on the full-flight simulator (FFS), and qualified the flight training device (FTD) for the all-new CS100 aircraft. Officials from each of the authorities granted their respective […]

CAE Commercial Aviation Training Solution Contracts Valued C$100 Million

Reading Time: 2 minutes CAE announced today a series of training solution contracts valued at more than C$100 million with five airlines. The diversity of these agreements highlights the span of CAE’s full range of training programs that cover the entire career life cycle of professional pilots and CAE’s leadership in developing training equipment solutions for next generation aircraft […]

Jeppesen and Emirates Team to Optimize Crew Management

Reading Time: 1 minute Jeppesen, a part of Boeing Commercial Aviation Services, has teamed with Emirates, the Dubai-based international airline, to optimize crew planning operations. Emirates has now fully entered Jeppesen Crew Rostering services into its operations, which was introduced to improve efficiency and lower costs related to crew management functions, while respecting crew preferences. “We have successfully worked […]

Is It Time to Change Australian Aviation Rules?

Reading Time: 3 minutes CASA harmonizes aviation rules to ICAO The new pilot licensing regulations commence was approved in order to harmonize Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority’s (CASA) rules step by step with the International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO) standards. Improving safety standards is a top priority of these changes as safety is one of the core ICAO’s objectives. […]

Initial Cabin Crew Training – How Does It Look Like From Up Close?

Reading Time: 1 minute Flight attendant’s occupation, like all the others in aviation, requires a proper and consistent training. The very first step each candidate has to take is Initial Cabin Crew training. Do you know how it looks like? If not, aviation academy BAA Training will try to answer to that. Just take a closer look!

Cabin Crew: Safety Comes First

Reading Time: 3 minutes If someone asked, what would you say are the main duties and responsibilities of the flight attendants? Many people will say that it’s to welcome passengers as they board and exit the airplane, serve them food and refreshments, perform a pre-flight safety demonstration, and always be smiling and pleasant. All of this is true, but […]

Have Simulator, Will Travel

Reading Time: 3 minutes You are sitting in the comforts of the spacious business jet cabin when all of a sudden there’s a bang and a vibration and a wisp of smoke wafts up from the floor. The pilot comes on the cabin intercom and announces that the aircraft has lost an engine, while the flight attendant begins preparing […]