WATS 2024

The World Aviation Training Symposium

30th April - May 2nd, 2024.

Rosen Shingle Creek Resort, Orlando, Florida, US


Anticipation is building for the World Aviation Training Summit (WATS) 2024 and we are putting the final touches to the world's biggest aviation training event to ensure the best possible experience for our attendees. 

We can't wait for you to attend our insightful conferences, where you can hear from esteemed experts like Captain Christof Kemeny. His session on "Push to Unload – Are we doing it right? Overcoming Challenges in Upset Prevention and Recovery Training: A Practical Perspective" is one not to miss.

Captain Kemeny, an Active Captain with A320 Lufthansa CityLine (Lufthansa Group) and a seasoned aviation professional with over 32 years of active airline experience, is renowned for his dedication to safety and training excellence.

With a comprehensive background that includes ratings on A340, A320, Embraer 190, as well as extensive instructional experience, Captain Kemeny is uniquely positioned to address the complex challenges of Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT).

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In his presentation, Kemeny will delve into the nuanced issues surrounding UPRT and Stall Training, drawing upon his wealth of practical experience and expertise. 

He will explore the holistic approach required to effectively train pilots in navigating the challenges posed by upset situations, emphasising the critical role of human factors, instructor qualifications, and technological advancements.

DrawinChristof_Kemeny WATS 2024g upon his experience as a certified UPRT Instructor Pilot and Examiner (Check Airman) across multiple aircraft types, including A340, A320, and E190/195, Captain Kemeny will provide invaluable insights into the limitations and possibilities offered by different training platforms.

Attendees can expect to gain a comprehensive understanding of the challenges inherent in UPRT and Stall Training, along with practical solutions and insights to enhance training effectiveness.

Furthermore, Captain Kemeny will share first-hand data from a simulator research campaign conducted in collaboration with the AMST Simulation Group, aiming to validate the efficacy of presenting UPRT-related information directly in trainees' field of view.

The presentation will explore sustained understanding of flight envelope limits, g-load effects, and stall protection within this specific demo setup.

Attendees at WATS 2024 can look forward to an engaging and informative session that addresses the pressing training requirements of the aviation industry.

Captain Christof Kemeny's presentation promises to provide a valuable platform for industry professionals to exchange ideas and best practices, ultimately contributing to enhanced safety standards and training effectiveness across the aviation sector.

Don't delay, register now, for the lowest price to the world’s leading civil aviation training event. 

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