Saab has shipped its first aft airframe section for the T-7A Red Hawk program. This is a key delivery in the Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) program to its T-7A Red Hawk advanced trainer aircraft partner, Boeing.
Mario Pierobon pulsed industry experts on the pilot demand and supply trade-off, the state of airline-funded programmes, how pilots who have lost their jobs are handling the situation, and the future of training technology for when the airline industry recovers.
New and more capable training devices below the full-flight simulator level are shaking the foundations of defense departments’ training enterprises. Group Editor Marty Kauchak provides insights from four randomly selected companies on developments in the military aviation training market space.
The RAF and UK defence company QinetiQ recently conducted the first live weaponry ‘swing-role’ mission on the range at MoD Aberporth. MS&T’s Dim Jones takes a more detailed look at this significant milestone.
In the 12-year period he conducted more than 430 one-on-one human factor sessions with pilots who had not yet met the required standard in the simulator or on the flight line, Lex Rock Heemstra analysed the trends and pitfalls which resulted in those pilots requiring additional training.
Robert W. Moorman continues his exploration of the dramatic changes in AMT training methodologies and regulations by talking to Delta Tech Ops. A spokesperson for the company, the MRO division of Delta Air Lines, headquartered at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia, provided these responses to CAT.
The basic requirements to become a licensed aircraft maintenance technician (AMT) haven’t changed much over the years. Until now. Robert W. Moorman explores The basic requirements to become a licensed aircraft maintenance technician (AMT) haven’t changed much over the years. Until now. Robert W. Moorman explores dramatic changes in AMT training methodologies and regulations.
Lufthansa Technical Training has for years been a leader in training aircraft maintenance technicians to work for Lufthansa Technik, the MRO division of Lufthansa, and other airlines. CAT’s Robert W. Moorman interviewed Harald Schween, Head of Sales, Key Account Management and Marketing at LTT.