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Air Malta and IndiGO sign up to Airbus’ virtual pilot training platform
Training

The European planemaker has called its 3D interactive virtual software, designed for pilot recurrent and initial type training, the Mobile Airbus Training Experience (MATe) Suite.

CAE claims 27k more pilots required in 2021
Airlines

Global simulator and flight training provider CAE has released its 2020-2029 Pilot Demand Outlook report, which bullishly suggests the need for 27,000 more pilots by late 2021. This comes despite the global pandemic and subsequent near-total drop off in demand for air travel, which has seen airlines around the world furlough or let go of

Simulator makers report uptick in demand
Business Aviation

Aviation training and simulator manufacturing companies are reporting a welcome uptick in demand following the COVID-19 downturn, citing a renewed shift towards cargo operations and the upcoming recertification of Boeing’s 737 MAX as reasons for the change. Simulator makers had expected a rush on orders when Boeing announced its recommendation for specific pilot training on

Boeing to fund 737 MAX simulators for airlines
Airlines

Boeing is in talks with 737 MAX customers to fund simulator training once the aircraft is allowed to fly again by global regulators.

Outside In
Features

Outside In

by Nick Kranenburg December 12, 2019

Is aviation training keeping up and delivering training outcomes that align with new simulation technology and learning methods? In Australia, many companies and learning institutions such as Boeing Training, airlines, general aviation flight schools, universities, and the Australian military are embracing the new sim technology and the training methodology that goes with it.

Singapore’s ST Engineering sells flight school to Regional Express
Headlines

Singapore-based ST Engineering has sold its ST Aerospace Academy pilot training school in Ballarat, Victoria to Australia's Regional Express.

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