Training and Workforce
News about simulators and training procedures, as well as workforce.
After adding 13,000 employees in 2022, Airbus plans to match that hiring volume this year.
Aircraft Electronics Association has launched the AeroCareers website to help recruit the next generation of talent in the aerospace industry.
The pilot shortage requires corporate flight department managers to have "hard conversations" with HR about increasing pilot compensation and benefits.
The CAE Army contract is valued at $250 million through 2032, including option years, and encompasses virtual, simulation, and aircraft training.
Las Vegas-area-based Aerocor has completed its 150th Eclipse 500 training, 50 for initial type rating and 100 for recurent training in the very light jet.
EuroSafety International will offer an Airbus H125 ground school at this year's HAI Heli-Expo.
A lineup of “preeminent experts” in personal development and management strategies are scheduled as keynote speakers at NBAA's 2023 Leadership Conference.
Farnborough and Biggin Hill are both holding careers events in a bid to recruit talent to the industry.
More than 49,000 young people received free introductory aircraft rides this year as part of the EAA's Young Eagles program.
Mental health is an important, but delicate, issue to contend with in aviation.