Training and Simulation

FerroNATS launches SkyWay training academy

FerroNATS, the largest commercial air traffic control operator in Spain, will launch a training academy for air traffic controllers that will open its doors in … More ››

Loud & Clear?

In January 1990, Avianca Flight 52 from Bogota, Colombia, to New York City, ran out of fuel on approach to John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK), causing … More ››

ATCA, Raytheon launch scholarship for women

The Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) and Raytheon are launching a new scholarship programme to encourage women to pursue degrees in aviation related fields – … More ››

Bird’s Eye View

David Hughes outlines the FAA Tech Center’s cockpit simulation advantage Researchers are using aircraft cockpit simulators here at the FAA William J Hughes Technical Center … More ››

Skyguide selects Innov’ATM, AMAN DMAN

Skyguide has selected Innov’ATM’s SkyKeeper Suite to validate the concept of runway optimisation on single and multiple runway airports based on a coupled AMAN/DMAN solution … More ››

New simulations highlight potential for more efficient airport runway operations

Airport operations at some of Europe’s busiest airports have the potential to be made even more efficient. At least that’s what simulations hosted by NATS … More ››

Adacel clinches CAMI tower sim contract

Adacel has been selected to provide a Tower Simulation System (TSS) and associated services to the FAA’s Civil Aerospace Medical Institute (CAMI). Adacel won the … More ››

Adacel clinches Central American contract

Adacel Systems has won a contract to supply multiple simulation and training systems plus the provision of services to a new military customer in Central … More ››

UFA to offer skyguide training solutions

Air traffic simulation and voice technology expert UFA has been selected by Switzerland’s skyguide to deliver UFA’s suite of air traffic control training solutions including flagship … More ››

DFS to train controllers for UK market

Germany’s DFS is to start training tower controllers for the British market. Controllers who qualify will become the first to directly receive their licence from the … More ››