United Nations efforts to prevent trafficking in persons have taken an important step forward, with the launch of new online training to support the implementation of the ICAO-OHCHR Guidelines for Training Cabin Crew on Identifying and Responding to Trafficking in Persons.
With the goal of providing world class aviation safety and emergency procedures training for aircrew, Dynamic Advanced Training, a subsidiary of Khansaheb Investment, has received certification from the General Civil Aviation Authority, making it the only independent and approved Cabin Crew Training Organisation in the United Arab Emirates
Airlines around the world are beginning to ramp up operations again. CAT Editor Rick Adams, FRAeS, outlines some of the considerations for pilots, cabin crew and maintenance technicians and the retraining required for restarting the engines.
AVT Simulation is launching a virtual simulation class, AVT 101: Simulation Overview, from 7-10 July. The four-day course begins with an introduction to simulation and progresses to more complex concepts of simulation.
United Airlines delivered 7,500 face coverings over the past week to front line employees at San Francisco International Airport and the airline’s San Francisco Maintenance Base that were made from 12,284 pounds of uniforms United upcycled.
Calling aviation “a key driver of the economic recovery,” Alexandre de Juniac, Director General and CEO of IATA, vowed that “aviation will always put safety and security first” in unveiling a proposed, temporary, layered approach to biosecurity for re-starting passenger flights amid the COVID-19 crisis.