After the initial startle effect of the Covid-19 impact on aviation, EASA and industry experts set about the task of sustaining aviation operations. Mario Pierobon reports on their rapid reaction and outlines the ongoing agenda of regulatory updates.
Mark Dransfield, co-founder of Sim Ops and independent Flight Simulation Training Device regulatory consultant, discusses what happens to long-term support of your Flight Simulation Training Device when the TDM goes out of business.
This 26 October, Andy Smith, President, Halldale Media, Andy Fawkes, Editor, MS&T, Rick Adams, Editor, CAT and Marty Kauchak, Halldale Group Editor, completed a wide-ranging interview with Daniel Gelston, Group President of CAE's Defence & Security Group.
When pilots are looking to invest in an active noise cancelling headset, the Bose name comes to mind. It’s not just because Bose pioneered active noise cancelling headsets for pilots. Bose aviation headsets are born out of a rigorous research and development process that has been refined over many decades.
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Try this combination: (1) learning a new airplane, (2) adapting to a new way of flying, (3) limited ATC and other resources (4) managing crew risk in a pandemic, and (5) navigating through the smoke of massive wildfires. Regional airline training veteran Paul Preidecker describes his new career flying on-call medical missions.
Training to restarting operations at an airline requires collaboration of pilots, cabin crew, trainers, regulators and others. CAT Europe Editor Chris Long, FRAeS, relates the story of how Emirates is meeting the challenges.
The world reeled at the speed and depth of the onset of Covid-19. As we all know, the aviation industry was one of the hardest-hit sectors, and the reaction to it also needed to be both rapid and profound.
Tim Clark, President of Emirates airline, made it clear that despite the challenges which the pandemic brought, the airline will not compromise on the safety of passengers or crew.
Emirates is in a unique situation as the largest operator of exclusively wide-body fleets, and in theory, could have taken the biggest hit. But, as Captain Martin Mahoney, Emirates SVP Flight Training says, whilst practically all the A380 fleet was initially grounded, the B777 fleet continued to operate.