The global helicopter community is at a critical crossroads, and safety record continues to be a major challenge. Industry education efforts in recent years have made some difference but not enough.
HATS 2017 will look at what helicopter operators, manufactures, regulators, academics, insurers and training providers need to do to significantly reduce the rate of helicopter accidents and incidents in the next 10 years.
HATS 2017 will sit alongside the World Aviation Training Summit 2017 which draws in over 1200 attendees from 50+ countries and 110+ airlines, for more information click here.
The World Aviation Training Summit consists of 4 conference streams; pilot, regional pilot, maintenance and cabin crew as well as the Helicopter Aviation Training Summit.
HATS is now in its third year and assembles some of the foremost experts in the training community to discuss:
There will also be a ‘Heli Summit’ panel on the future of helicopter safety and training.
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