Forget that most major eVTOL OEMs are not eyeing their first round of operational flights until about 2025. An all-hands effort of government and industry stakeholders is gaining momentum to establish the training organizations that will prepare pilots and maintainers to begin this next chapter of aerospace industry history.
South Burlington, Vermont-based BETA Technologies continues to pursue both commercial and defense customers. A spokesperson shared recent achievements and near-term milestones with Marty Kauchak, Halldale Group Editor.
Combining the company’s medical and aviation experience with the latest in artificial intelligence technology, the app provides an intuitive, user-friendly interface that can be used even when offline.
The slow and reactive regulatory paradigm has probably outlived its usefulness in terms of industry safety. Captain John Bent, FRAeS, argues that we need to establish new primary pilot training standards.
Halldale and the Aircrew Training Policy Group (ATPG) kicked off 2023 with our Environmental Awareness Airline Pilot Standard (APS) Multi Crew Coordination Course (MCC) eAPS MCC webinar. Watch the full webinar here.
Captain Helen Heenan, MSc FRAeS, sits down with Captain Jacques Drappier to discuss mental health in aviation. Helen explains why conversations about mental health in aviation need to go further, with some pilots afraid to disclose issues for fear of losing their jobs.
ATPG Chair Andy Mitchell sat down with EATS 2022 Conference Chair Jacques Drappier to discuss what went on at our exclusive Heads of Training discussion in Berlin. The duo go through instructor standardisation, sustainability and pilot well being.
Our goal at Halldale is to be the catalyst and hub for simulation training, so we’re looking to the future, learning from last year to better build and shape 2023 activities to meet the needs of our community.