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The ACA completes first Level 3 Air Charter Broker Qualification training course The Air Charter Association (The ACA) held its first Level 3 Broker Qualification training course on 27 April 2022, with 30 delegates from the UK and Europe taking part in the third and final level of the qualification.
Embry-Riddle receives the single-largest gift in its 96-year history Philanthropists Cici and Hyatt Brown have pledged $25m to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - matching $25m in support approved by Florida legislators and pending approval by Governor Ron DeSantis - to help the university create a revolutionary new business makerspace focused on high-paying jobs for Floridians.
TAG Global Training relocates to new offices TAG Global Training has relocated to its new offices at Farnborough Airport in a move designed to bring the training centre and TAG Aviation’s UK Headquarters closer together within the same building and to create a space that will facilitate the prospect of future expansion.
BAA Training launches new pilot training program in cooperation with ENAC BAA Training has launched a new Ab Initio training program in cooperation with the French Civil Aviation University, Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile (ENAC).
TAG marks 15 years of training excellence TAG Global Training is celebrating its 15th year of delivering ground school training courses for pilots and cabin crew in the private aviation sector.
Baines Simmons launches flexible cabin crew safety training programme as airlines increase recruitment drive Baines Simmons, part of the Services Division of global aviation services group, Air Partner, has launched a bespoke cabin crew safety programme service for airlines, as increased recruitment of cabin crew teams has led to significant growth in demand for operations safety training.
Improved pilot-training program yields promising results A group of 58 flight students at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University were able to reduce the time it took them to complete a first solo flight by more than 30 percent, thanks to a first-of-its-kind general aviation flight training program.
UND Phoenix announces US military veterans' PPL scholarships The UND Aerospace Foundation has announced a $300,000 award by The Ray Foundation, Inc. to be used for scholarships to help 25 US Military Veterans earn their Private Pilot License.
New early careers scheme launches to bring new talent into aviation A new recruitment platform launched this week to support aviation employers as they continue to build a workforce that's fit for the future.
Bell signs contract to build flight training devices for the Czech Republic Bell Textron Inc., has signed a contract with the US Government to build the AH-1Z Flight Training Device for the Czech Republic’s new helicopter fleet. The delivery of training devices will play a key role integrating new H-1 helicopters into the Czech Air Force.
Signature cultivates diverse future of aviation industry with launch of RedTail Flight Academy relationship Signature Flight Support, the world’s largest network of FBOs, including at Stewart International Airport (SWF) in New Windsor, New York, is helping to foster pilot training opportunities for aspiring underserved minority aviators through its new relationship with the RedTail Flight Academy (RFA), recently launched by the local Tuskegee Airmen chapter.
B737 MAX FFS ready for training at BAA Training Spain The brand-new B737 MAX full flight simulator (FFS) is now ready for training at BAA Training Spain, near Barcelona-El Prat Airport.
BAA Training and ENAC develop mutual training programme BAA Training, one of the top three leading aviation training academies in Europe, and Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile (ENAC), the only aviation-oriented university in France, have signed an agreement and developed a BAA Training - ENAC mutual training program, covering Ab Initio and advanced training.
NBAA launches new Safety Management Certificate Program The National Business Aviation Association has introduced a new Safety Manager Certificate Program to provide introductory to mid-level education on safety in business aircraft operations, reflecting the association’s commitment to safety as one of the industry’s core values.
FlightSafety selected by Breeze for A220 and E190 training FlightSafety International has been selected by Breeze Airways to provide Airbus A220 and Embraer E190 Full Flight Simulators (FFS) and Flight Training Devices (FTD).
London Biggin Hill Airport launches Futures Week to inspire the next generation London Biggin Hill Airport is announcing the launch of Futures Week, an exciting new programme designed to inspire and encourage young people interested in pursuing a career in the aviation industry.
Embraer and CAE launch new Phenom 300 full-flight simulator for US market Embraer and CAE announced at the 2021 National Business Aviation Association annual convention and exhibition, that Embraer-CAE Training Services (ECTS) will offer a new full-flight simulator (FFS) for the Phenom 300E during the second half of 2022 to meet the growing demand for business jet training in the US.
FlightSafety and GE Digital partner to leverage C-FOQA data for training insights FlightSafety International and GE Digital, an industrial software leader with comprehensive safety analytics for the corporate jet space, have announced the launch of their new partnership to use actual flight data to reduce flight risks through superior training delivery.
Krimson Aviation announces Purdue University diversity scholarship Dawit Lemma, founder and CEO of Krimson Aviation, the Addis Ababa-based flight support, charter, leasing, MRO solutions and aviation consultancy Krimson Aviation, has launched a $100,000 scholarship to fund a new endowment at the prestigious aviation institution, Purdue University.
Online aviation training start-up Aeroclass attracts $1.2m in seed funding Aviation e-learning platform Aeroclass has attracted $1.2m in seed funding from AeroCity Tech Ventures, a venture capital investing in aviation technologies.
Corporate Flight Training launches ONJET training courses Corporate Flight Training have launched their latest program of business aviation training courses using a dedicated business aviation mockup based in the UK.
Babcock welcomes more than 350 apprentices and graduates in the UK Babcock the aerospace, defence and security company has welcomed an exciting new cohort of colleagues as 230 apprentices and 123 graduates join teams across the UK.
BAA Training introduces Pilot Peer Support Program to flight students and instructors Months after launching a Pilot Peer Support Program (PPSP) for its partner airlines - Avion Express and KlasJet - and being the first ATO to do so, BAA Training now implements the same program internally.
Priester Aviation partners with Embry-Riddle to attract diverse talent to the aviation industry It’s said that a rising tide raises all boats. Priester Aviation Chairman and CEO Andy Priester and his team believe that efforts to elevate the aviation industry overall also benefit their 76-year-strong, global aircraft management and charter company.
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