We couldn’t have been happier to see so many of you back with us in Berlin for what proved a vital EATS conference. Enjoy some photos of the occasion and please do share with us any others you may have.
>There’s a bit of a buzz going on right now! Cabin crew and cabin crew training departments have waited a long time to get back together, make sure you are a part of it by joining us live in Berlin from Nov. 2-3 for the European Airline Training Symposium (EATS).
We dug deep into the world of Big Data for the fourth installment of our CAT Leader Forum Webinar Series. The July 1st conversation touched on many aspects, including using data in a positive rather than negative manner and developing more immersive technologies that allow the data to tell the story. Allyson Kukel chaired the panel discussion.
WATS addresses the current and future training issues affecting your business, from personnel selection and recruitment, to regulation and training technologies. It offers unrivalled opportunities to meet with the key decision makers and influencers within the international airline training community, and allows attendees to discuss the latest training technologies and techniques to improve operational safety and efficiency for pilot, cabin crew, and maintenance training.
To prepare air traffic controllers and aeronautical information staff for the new ICAO Global Reporting Format for Runway Surface Conditions, which goes into effect on 4 November 2021, CANSO, IATA and ICAO have reached a collaboration agreement to develop a virtual training course.
Last month, a 24-year-old Japan Air Self-Defense Force trainee and a 25-year-old US Air Force flight instructor died when their T38 trainer crashed nearly two miles from Montgomery Regional Airport in Alabama.
This commentary features Marco Van Sterkenburg, CEO, Drillster, and Franck Euzet, Cabin Crew Safety Training & Safety Pro Level Manager, Air France – who presented at Halldale/CAT’s Global Airline Training & Simulation - Virtual conference in November 2020.