Training and Workforce
News about simulators and training procedures, as well as workforce.
TRU Simulation + Training will provide a level-D King Air simulator for the Royal Flying Doctor Service Queensland Section.
Following a rollout of its application with Hungary's Wizz Air, the German company seeks to become a “main player” in the growing e-logbook market.
SkyLux Consultancy, a new Singapore-based corporate flight attendant training provider has launched to meet the growing demand in the region.
Student naval aviators will now train in the Leonardo TH-73A Thrasher.
The FAA's decades-old thinking on spin training needs a new approach.
Getting new pilots to the 1,500-hour threshold so they can fly for airlines is not the best way to develop future flight crew.
A purchase order from Mesa Airlines for 29 Pipistrel Alpha Trainer 2 aircraft comes with options for another 75 of the two-seaters over the next year.
Academy College in Minnesota is offering a new AMT Apprenticeship Support Program for aircraft maintenance organizations.
Two September 24 events—Girls in Aviation Day and the National Aviation Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony—will highlight the role of women in aviation.
The three-day aviation safety conference’s theme this year is “Moving Safety Forward.”