Boeing is in talks with 737 MAX customers to fund simulator training once the aircraft is allowed to fly again by global regulators.
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-based ST Engineering has sold its ST Aerospace Academy pilot training school in Ballarat, Victoria to Australia’s Regional Express.
This story by Owen Zupp from the August 2019 edition of Australian Aviation looks at the role and purpose of the flight simulator in pilot training.
Boasting one of the best aviation training centres in the state, we take a closer look at the people and power behind Aviation Australia at their Brisbane Expo.
This story about how SIM technology supports new flight training methods by Nick Kraneburg first appeared in the July 2019 edition of Australian Aviation.
This story from Australian Aviation’s July 2019 edition outlines advances in flightdeck vision technology such as head-up and head-mounted displays.
In this story from the July 2019 edition of Australian Aviation, Stefan Drury writes about his experience practicing emergency scenarios in a flight simulator.
In fewer than decades, Aviation Australia has established itself as the pre-eminent aviation engineering training organisation in the southern hemisphere with campuses in Brisbane, Cairns, Melbourne and Perth.
The first 10 students have made it through the first phase of the Air Force’s new pilot training course with the Pilatus PC-21 at RAAF Base East Sale.
Qantas says Mackay in central Queensland has beaten six other candidates to be the second site for its proposed pilot training academy.
The Regional Aviation Association of Australia (RAAA) is calling for applications for its 2019 pilot and engineering scholarships.
This story from the May 2009 edition of Australian Aviation by Ellis Taylor looks at the opening of the Qantas Centre of Service Excellence.
Toll Helicopters will use eye tracking technology in its AW-139 full flight simulator as part of a trial with Australian technology company Seeing Machines.
Owen Zupp writes about what some of the factors prospective pilots could consider when choosing a flying school.
This story from the August 2019 edition of Australian Aviation looks at how Qantas is training its engineers on more than the nuts and bolts.
Cobham Aviation Services has opened applications for its second cadet pilot course that will commence in early 2020 and be run by Flight Training Adelaide.
The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) says first two F-35A pilots to be trained locally flew the aircraft for the first time on July 15.
This story from the June 2015 edition of Australian Aviation looks at the Australian Air Force Cadets investment in new gliders and facilities.
Piper Aircraft has launched two new single-engine training aircraft, the Pilot 100 and Pilot 100i at the Sun N’ Fun international fly-in and expo.