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The Air League launches UK's first electric flying scholarship The UK’s first electric flying scholarship programme, which will see up to 5 scholarships awarded to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds from across the UK, has been launched by social mobility charity The Air League.


Skyborne cements electric future; extends Bye Aerospace order Airline training academy, Skyborne, based at Vero Beach, Florida and Gloucestershire Airport in the United Kingdom has signed a letter of intent with Bye Aerospace for a further 30 eFlyer all-electric training aircraft.

Skyborne cements electric future; extends Bye Aerospace order


Davinci Inflight Training Institute forges strategic partnership with Aviation Secure to elevate security training in aviation Davinci Inflight Training Institute, a globally recognized provider of aviation training solutions, has announced a strategic collaboration with Aviation Secure, a distinguished leader in aviation security training.


AXIS certifies its first Level-D ATR 72-600 FFS in America Leading flight training solutions provider, AXIS Flight Simulation, has announced the successful qualification of its Level-D ATR 72-600 Full Flight Simulator (FFS). This is the second Level-D FFS AXIS has qualified in the US.

AXIS certifies its first Level-D ATR 72-600 FFS in America


Purdue and Flexjet partner to launch AeroSphere for Business Aviation Flexjet and Purdue University’s Center for Research and Education in Advanced Technology Ecosystems (CREATE) have entered into an exclusive agreement to develop AeroSphere for Business Aviation - a living ecosystem where learning, working, and innovation converge.


Flexjet's new Red Label Training Academy aims to bring the best of high-end hospitality to the skies Flexjet has set the standard for service experience in its field for over 25 years, and the company is now raising the bar higher still, with a new training programme for its global Cabin Servers officially launching this month

Flexjet's new Red Label Training Academy aims to bring the best of high-end hospitality to the skies


West Star launches in-house Academy: Improving the aircraft maintenance technician pipeline West Star Aviation has announced West Star Aviation Academy (WSAA), a new and innovative solution to addressing the Aircraft Maintenance Technician shortage.

Gulfstream and FlightSafety celebrate 10 years of courtesy training program Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. and FlightSafety International have recognized the 10th anniversary of their complimentary ground handling and servicing training program.


Embraer and CAE to double Phenom 300 pilot training capacity in Las Vegas and London Burgess Hill Embraer and CAE have announced that their joint venture, Embraer-CAE Training Services (ECTS), will add training capacity with the deployment of two new Phenom 300 full-flight simulators to meet the growing demand for pilot training in Europe and the United States.

Embraer and CAE to double Phenom 300 pilot training capacity in Las Vegas and London Burgess Hill


Britten-Norman introduces new apprenticeship scheme Subregional aircraft manufacturer, Britten-Norman has introduced a new apprenticeship scheme in partnership with the Isle of Wight College.

Britten-Norman introduces new apprenticeship scheme


Air Partner and Crawley College team up to propel aviation careers with T-Levels Gatwick-based global aviation services group, Air Partner has established a new partnership with Crawley College, part of Chichester College Group, to provide local students with T-Level work placements in the aviation sector


Embraer and FlightSafety announce new Praetor FFS in Europe and open new location in the US Embraer and FlightSafety International have announced the opening of a new Praetor full-flight simulator in Orlando, Florida. The simulator is already qualified by the Federal Aviation Administration.

Embraer and FlightSafety announce new Praetor FFS in Europe and open new location in the US


First Citation Mustang FAA AATD level simulator sold to Kenya Kenya, with its stunning coastline along the Indian ocean and over 53 million inhabitants, has a thriving aviation industry. The aviation sector is a major contributor to Kenya's economy as well as a key enabler in its future development as an economic leader in Africa.


Embraer offers 50 technological qualification scholarships for women Embraer has opened the registration for its career acceleration program in technology in Brazil, which will be exclusively dedicated to women this year.

Embraer offers 50 technological qualification scholarships for women


IBAC and Aviation Safety Solutions join forces to deliver new training course on IS-BAO Protocol Standardization The International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) and Aviation Safety Solutions, have launched a new online educational offering, the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) Protocol Standardization (IPS) course.


First Challenger 650 FFS in Europe to go into operation Swiss rescue flight operator Rega has purchased an AXIS full-flight simulator for their Bombardier Challenger 650 fleet. This is the first FFS for this aircraft type in Europe, the first AXIS FFS for a Bombardier type, and the first AXIS simulator with a Rockwell Collins visual system.

First Challenger 650 FFS in Europe to go into operation


Air Charter Service invests in sustainable aviation research Leading aircraft charter specialist, Air Charter Service, has announced its latest investment in the future of sustainable aviation and outlined its approach to how it can play its part in helping reduce, and eventually eliminate, the environmental impact of aviation.

The ACA launches international Air Charter Broker Qualification Training Global trade association The Air Charter Association (The ACA) hosted its first overseas Air Charter Broker Qualification Training session on 4th May 2023.

Dassault chooses TAG for ground school training Thanks to a new partnership with CAE, TAG Global Training has been selected as the ground school training provider for Dassault Falcon pilots who complete their initial simulator training at CAE Burgess Hill.


Pilot Shortage: FAA, Embry-Riddle cultivate aviation workforce with expanded high school training Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University has received a $485k grant from the Federal Aviation Administration to help meet growing job demand in the aviation and aerospace industries by providing free training for high school students hoping to become pilots, “drone” operators and aerospace engineers.

Pilot Shortage: FAA, Embry-Riddle cultivate aviation workforce with expanded high school training


Clay Lacy commits over $500k in pilot and mechanic scholarships Clay Lacy Aviation has strengthened its commitment to the future of aviation by funding scholarships in diverse areas within the industry and geographic regions.

Sheltair and Avfuel release application for second annual scholarship program Sheltair Aviation and Avfuel Corporation have announced the availability of the 2023 Future Takes Flight Scholarship Program application.

NBAA announces new Business Aircraft Scheduler Certificate Program ahead of SDC2023 To assist schedulers in advancing their careers, the National Business Aviation Association announced a new Business Aircraft Scheduler Certificate Program, ahead of the opening of the 2023 NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference (SDC2023) taking place January 24th-26th at Music City Center, Nashville,TN.

Voluxis announces new Pilot Academy programme Voluxis, the international private jet charter and aircraft management operator, has announced a new aircrew apprentice scheme, the Voluxis Pilot Academy.

IBAC and Unmanned Safety Institute launch auditor RPAS Accreditation courseThe International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) and Unmanned Safety Institute (USI) have opened enrollment to the new International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) Training course.


Pilots experience worst-case scenarios in Embry-Riddle’s new Spatial Disorientation Lab In Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Spatial Disorientation Laboratory, flight student Nella Filipkova wears a virtual reality headset as the device she is seated in rapidly whirls around.

Pilots experience worst-case scenarios in Embry-Riddle’s new Spatial Disorientation Lab


Baines Simmons awarded contract with the UK CAA Baines Simmons, part of the global aviation services group, Air Partner, a Wheels Up company, has been awarded a contract with the UK Civil Aviation Authority (UK CAA) to develop and deliver a comprehensive eLearning programme for the entire UK flying display community.

Embraer and FlightSafety announce new FFS for Praetor jets Embraer and FlightSafety International have announced that FlightSafety will offer a new full-flight simulator (FFS) for the Praetor 500 and Praetor 600 jets to meet the growing demand for these models’ training.


Mayo Aviation establishes scholarship with Aspen Flight Academy Mayo Aviation is investing in the next generation of pilots and helping them discover career opportunities in the industry.

Mayo Aviation establishes scholarship with Aspen Flight Academy


Novation Academy to be the first ELITE customer in Cambodia Novation Academy, based in Phnom Penh, the busy capital of Cambodia, has recently secured itself a versatile ELITE PI-1000 Professional Flight Training Device.


Air Serv becomes Uganda’s first provider of Caravan flight simulator services Air Serv, a leading provider of humanitarian logistical support and aviation services in Africa, has revealed the newest addition to its groundbreaking training program for pilots and engineers.

Air Serv becomes Uganda’s first provider of Caravan flight simulator services


Safety boost as Centreline achieves Part-CC approval As part of a routine review back in 2019 (pre-pandemic), Centreline identified that there would be a significant safety and operational benefit from having fully safety-trained Cabin Crew available for their fleets of Embraer Legacy and Dassault Falcon aircraft. With this in mind, the company began the process to apply for Part-CC approval from the CAA.

Safety boost as Centreline achieves Part-CC approval


Embry-Riddle partners with IATA for new Airline Management Graduate Degree Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Worldwide Campus is partnering with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) this fall to offer a new Airline Management specialization for the existing Master of Business Administration in Aviation (MBAA) program through its College of Business.

Falcon gains industry first post-Brexit UK CAA approval with Aerodynamics Academy The Falcon Flight Training Academy - part of Falcon Group - has become the first UK Approved Training Organisation (ATO) in the post-Brexit era to gain UK CAA approval to operate in Europe. It will work in partnership with Spanish flight school Aerodynamics Academy, delivering UK commercial pilot training courses from the company’s satellite base in Malaga.

 

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