Aviation Training

FlightSafety and GE Digital unveil data deal

FlightSafety International and GE Digital have joined forces to use actual flight data to reduce flight risks through training delivery

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Routine UK military fixed-wing low flying drops

In an apparent blow to aviation enthusiasts in the UK, it can be revealed that routine military fixed-wing low flying dropped by nearly 33% in FY2019/2020 compared with the same reporting period the previous year

CAE gets approval for landmark military training acquisition

Canadian military training provider CAE has received the required regulatory approvals for the acquisition of L3Harris Technologies' Military Training business for US$1.05bn

EDA inaugurates helicopter training system

The European Defence Agency’s Helicopter Training Centre at Sintra Airbase in Portugal has officially inaugurated Inzpire’s Mission Training Device

US Navy receives first TH-73A helicopter

The US Navy has taken receipt of the first TH-73A training helicopter from Leonardo

CAE USA to deliver Jolly Green II training system

Training systems provider CAE announced on May 27 that CAE USA has been awarded a contract to deliver an initial prototype virtual reality/mixed reality aircrew trainer for the USAF’s new combat search and rescue helicopter, the HH-60W “Jolly Green II”

Canada’s future aircrew training programme moves forward

Babcock Canada and Leonardo Canada have signed a Letter of Intent to jointly pursue Canada’s Future Aircrew Training programme and to create a Canadian joint venture

VIDEO: Flight schools fight back against gloomy pilot jobs outlook

Last month, the British Airline Pilots’ Association (BALPA) effectively told prospective pilots not to bother training because of COVID-19’s impact on the aviation industry. Key.Aero spoke to four flight schools to find out why they feel very differently…