News about simulators and training procedures.
ERAU has already resumed flight operations and is instituting a series of precautions for the return of face-to-face instruction on June 30.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University has partnered with GE Aviation and selected its flight operations quality assurance program.
Rudy Frasca died on May 11 a few years after the flight simulator firm he founded in 1958, Frasca International, commemorated its 60th anniversary.
The installation of the new FS1000 simulator in Dallas gave FlightSafety a fifth location for G650 training.
After several delays, the Swedish government has initiated the process to replace the 57-year old Saab SK 60 in the training role.
AS 365s and H160s helicopters are being leased to cover a gap between the retirement of the Aérospatiale Alouette III and the arrival of the H160M.
The International Business Aviation Council has turned to virtual audits for IS-BAO and IS-BAH certifications.
Years in the making, the FAA AC 142-1 creates a new approach to Part 135 training that calls for a consensus-based standardized curricula.
Schools have adapted to online curriculums for now but believe these tools can be used in part to maintain a future pipeline.
Upset prevention and recovery training (UPRT) provider Aviation Performance Solutions has launched new free and paid online UPRT course options.