Training and Workforce
News about simulators and training procedures, as well as workforce.
June 2022 showed strong recovery in international revenue passenger kilometers, even though staff shortage disruption has hit markets such as the UK.
The FAA talks about view-limiting devices being used during instrument training but doesn't fully explain why they are necessary.
Boeing's latest 20-year outlook forecasts demands for 2.1 million personnel in commercial aviation.
TRU Simulation + Training’s Cessna Citation M2 full-flight simulator has received level-D qualification from the Civil Aviation Administration of China.
Airbus and VRM Switzerland are co-developing a virtual reality training device for the twin-engine H145 helicopter.
At EAA AirVenture, Redbird Flight is demonstrating a fully immersive desktop-based mixed-reality flight simulator.
More than a dozen Propel graduates have earned their Delta Air Lines wings since the program's inception in 2018.
More than 12,000 high school students in 44 states participate in the You Can Fly initiative and aviation STEM curriculum.
The new EAA Education Center will focus on pilot proficiency and youth programs.
The I Hart Flying Foundation is unveiling expanded flight scholarships for women at EAA AirVenture.