Category: Editor’s Review

A. Mardini: Success of FBO Comes from Being Part of International Network

Fixed-Base Operators are currently seen as the most valuable segment of general aviation services. Keeping in mind a rapid growth of this segment in general, Aviation Voice has talked to Adel Mardini, CEO of Jetex. Jetex is a global leader in executive aviation which operates elegant FBOs and efficient ground support stations in more than 30 […]

What Procedures Must Be Followed to Keep Full Flight Simulator Operable?

A purchase agreement for a full flight simulator has already been signed. The facility has already been prepared and is in anticipation of the new inhabitant. What follows next? How to ensure that the newly manufactured FFS operates properly or will serve successfully after the relocation is carried out? Some terminology to keep in mind […]

Multi-Crew Pilot Licence. What Do We Know?

Aviation training is the backbone of the aviation industries. On top of it all, it has never been as diverse as it is today with aviation training institutions so eagerly encouraging young generations to pass through the door to aviation. Aspiring future pilots can opt out from multiple programmes, integrated courses, separate modules and many […]

The Future of Pilots Resides in the Far East?

When making a decision whether to become a pilot or not, you might ask yourself a few questions: does the aviation industry need more pilots? Where do they need them the most? If so, what type rating should I choose? As for the first question, the short answer is a definite yes. But let us […]

Assembly of a Full Flight Simulator. How to Prepare the Facility?

A full flight simulator is like an iceberg floating inside the training centre. With a huge cabin visible to an ordinary eye, and with a dozen of features hidden all over the area around the simulator known only to engineers or manufacturers. Therefore, installation of a FFS is a complex process which, first of all, […]

Aviation – a Hive of Activity for Aircraft Manufacturers

A booming aviation market, demand for air travel increasing at an annual average rate of more than 5% per year, dozens of new airlines, all these are fertilising the growth of the industry as never before. But, obviously, the growth of any of the industries could not be maintained without a sufficient number of aircraft […]

Boeing 737 MAX to Make History Again

When talking to future pilots someone asks which type of aircraft they are dreaming to operate, hundreds of them start laughing when saying: ‘If it’s not Boeing, I’m not going!’. Although some of them are only joking, the most stunning thing is that nearly a half of them begin their pilot career in the cockpits […]

Aviation Voice Launches Ranking of Aviation Training Centres

Aviation Voice, a global aviation news provider, is glad to announce the launch of an ambitious project, Ranking of Aviation Training Centres, aimed at a broad comparison of aviation training centres located all over the world. Considering general tendencies within the rapidly developing aviation market and intensifying interest in aviation training, Aviation Voice has decided […]

Airbus A320 Family Aircraft for a Bright Beginning?

Having a bird’s eye of the world beneath by being in control of a large flying machine is a great dream for many. But, if you are the one who desires to pursue a pilot’s career path, there is a high probability that your first stop would be the First Officer’s seat in the A320. […]

Why is the Flight Attendant’s Profession Rewarding?

Aiste, a former flight attendant, who worked for one of well-known airlines, notes that during the very first flight she realised the necessity and importance of foundation set by cabin crew training. However, after a few years of work, she noticed that there are things that are difficult to predict and you have to be […]