Thankfully, discussions about wellbeing and mental health in aviation are finally taking flight. At EATS 2023, Owen Sims, an experienced aviator and a passionate advocate for mental health in the industry, is ready to share his insights with you in Cascais.
Captain Cameron Ruckley, the Training Manager Operational Standards at easyJet Airlines, will take to the stage at EATS 2023, to discuss the intricacies of using data effectively to demonstrably enhance recurrent pilot training and, in turn, flight safety.
In the ever-evolving landscape of aviation training, the quest for safety, efficiency, and effectiveness never ceases. One of the most potent tools in our arsenal is the vast world of Big Data. EATS 2023 attendees will get practical tips on how to better employ analytics in their day-to-day work, it's a subject that experts in our field cannot afford to overlook.
The skies we navigate are becoming increasingly complex, and to ensure operational efficiency and safety, we will use our upcoming EATS 2023 event to tackle the pressing issues head-on, those like competency decay.
Sustainability isn't just a buzzword; it's becoming a fundamental aspect of early pilot training. Listen to EASA's John Franklin and Captain Andy O'Shea, CEO of The Airline Pilot Club, discuss the game-changing Environmental Airline Pilot Standards Multi-Crew Cooperation (APS MCC).
The days of traditional "talk and chalk" training methods are waning, as Gen Z seeks dynamic, interactive, and tech-driven learning experiences. Captain Andy O'Shea highlights the unique attributes of this generation ahead of his EATS 2023 presentation.
As EATS 2023 draws closer, we revisit a pivotal conversation from EATS 2022, featuring two aviation luminaries, Captain Colin Rydon, FRAeS, and Captain Hugues Carpentier. Their insights remain as relevant as ever as we brace for the challenges and opportunities awaiting us in the aviation industry.
In a competitive industry, it is our training teams that help raise the safety bar for all, and after an unprecedented shutdown we face multiple challenges in enabling the return of our industry to full operations. EATS typically attracts 900 attendees from more than 50 countries – all focused on best training practices. EATS 2023 is Europe’s largest aviation training event, designed by and for aviation professionals.
APATS 2023 was our first year back in the Asian region after the pandemic, and was bigger and better than we could have possibly imagined. Take a look at the highlights show reel, we hope it brings back memories of an amazing conference and trade show
At EATS 2023, we are thrilled to introduce you to a dynamic personality who has been a driving force in the world of cabin crew training. Anna Mellberg, with her extensive experience and passion for innovation, is set to make the upcoming Cabin Crew Conference at EATS a truly valuable and interactive experience.