The world of aviation must move on – not only must training continue, but we need to select some new thinking and find new opportunities in a post-Covid world.
Dear CAT Magazine readers,
I am Changwan Son, CEO of KAC. It is our great pleasure and honor to host Virtual AAETS this year.
KAC operates 14 airports in South Korea as a global airport operator. Since 2017, KAC has been training pilots for Jet Transition Course (Citation M2) and now we are preparing to extend our courses to type rating to take a leap forward as an advanced training organization.
We expect that this year’s Virtual AAETS will bring together aviation experts and community leaders to explore and share the latest training trends during and post-COVID-19.
We hope that this conference will provide an opportunity for the aviation training community to overcome the unprecedented pandemic crisis and partner with one another in preparation for the new era. We have put forth our greatest effort to provide a valuable and useful experience through this event, as one of four great global aviation training conferences produced by Halldale.
We would like to have you on board in this prestigious event, please join us now.
President and CEO
Korea Airports Corporation
Taking place on 2 June 2021, Virtual AAETS offers a packed conference programme and high profile branding and sponsorship opportunities, supporting the regional demand for pilots, technicians and cabin crew.
Drawing on a global range of experts, Halldale has put together a conference which reflects the ability of the aviation training industry to adapt to the post-Covid reality by offering current and immediate insights of the practical solutions into the primary training challenges in restarting solutions.
Virtual AAETS leads the route to the new normal applications for safe and efficient processes which will be the baseline for global operations and training patterns. This will sustain the resurgence of the travelling demand as the world wakes up again to the growth of domestic and international travel. The broad range of issues addressed will provide guidelines for best practice in the present challenging world of resetting the global task for aviation training, and open the debate for shared expertise and safety issues.
Virtual AAETS is designed as a one-day conference that will involve a wide range of speakers and will include a focus on examples of the practical application of training technology and methods including implementing EBTA, Lessons we can take from LOSA for Restart, Virtual/Augmented Reality Training for Flight Deck and Cabin Crew, Cabin Crew Training, New Simulation Technologies in Flight Training, Preparing Ab Initio Graduates for Line Operation, Effective & Robust Selection and Assessment and the implementation of an Urban Air Mobility system.
Check out the conference programme.
In addition, Virtual AAETS will present a showcase of companies and their products and services to an international audience consisting of senior aviation professionals
The aim of the symposium is to discuss the best practical applications and future developments in aviation training and technology in a Korean, regional and global context.
Virtual AAETS is an official event of the Repubic of Korea Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT) and is hosted by Korea Airports Corporation (KAC).