With plans to hire 450 Aircraft Maintenance professionals over the next year for their 34 locations across the U.S, UK, and Europe, FEAM has introduced an improved Employee Benefits and Compensation Package to recruit and retain talent.
AAR started a new fellowship program with Rock Valley College in Rockford, Illinois. This initiative is part of AAR´s EAGLE Career Pathway Program, which focuses on growing the talent necessary to meet the maintenance demands of the future.
The aviation safety regulatory framework of the European Union (EU) has momentum. Several European countries not part of the EU fully embrace EASA regulatory standards, while the regulatory systems of several other countries across the world are also aligned with that of EASA.
Events like the European Airline Training Symposium (EATS) have always been an extremely popular way to bring like-minded people together and, in a strange twist, may well be an even more valuable business tool as we emerge from covid than before.