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Global Demand for Airline Pilots Drives Major Growth for Etihad's Aviation Training Division. Jun 27, 2019 580
FlightSafety develops technology for cockpit procedures trainers. Brief article Apr 18, 2019 179
Multi-Engine Rating: Pricey, Challenging, Fun: We think it's realistic to be able to get the rating with 10 hours of dual in less than a week for under $5000 if you show up prepared and are willing to work hard. Durden, Rick Aug 1, 2018 1928
StayuUp Aviation Institute trains 26 new aviators Honours Tribune man with PhD. Apr 27, 2018 640
Survival of the fittest: a look back at how survival training prepared aviators for tough times. May 1, 2015 1847
Taking the navy plunge. Cummins, Bruce May 1, 2011 836
Glider lessons: adding the glider rating can teach powered pilots a lot about how to handle an engine-out emergency and squeeze into a small landing area. Gibb, Steven Mar 1, 2011 2750
Warning over training costs for airline pilots. Nov 8, 2010 239
Warning over training costs for airline pilots. Nov 4, 2010 239
The home sim workout: using a desktop simulator to keep your skills from complete atrophy is a great idea. But there are better and worse ways to practice. Van West, Jeff; Bodeen, Chuck Oct 1, 2009 1428
FAA tells unions and regional airlines: make changes on pilot time and training. Brief article Aug 1, 2009 108
OJT. Burnside, Jeb Jan 1, 2008 471
Undertrained: reliably using a fresh instrument rating means we need to fly in the clouds during our training. Burnside, Joseph E. Jan 1, 2008 1344
Go get your ATP: when your best intentions for proficiency get pushed aside, try a little pink slip fright and bragging rights for motivation. Rozendaal, Doug Sep 1, 2007 1415
Sport planes for IFR: could a light-sport aircraft be the perfect mount for instrument training? Some might be up to the task, even in hard IMC. Van West, Jeff Sep 1, 2007 1930
IFR risk management: can a CD-ROM course flown on your computer make a hoot of difference in how you actually fly when the pressure is on? Garvey, Jane Aug 1, 2007 1017
Tune up your scan: from IFR newbies to crusty old freight dogs, the scan is the foundation for flying in the soup. Sometimes it needs a fresh look. Kilcourse, Craig Apr 1, 2007 1152
Manage with an instrument panel. Wiesner, Pat Mar 1, 2006 785
China certifies United Airlines division to train Chinese airline pilots. Brief Article Jan 18, 2006 99
Touch-and-go with the Grim Reaper. Heyworth, Gordon Nov 1, 2005 1045
Double flameout or how to ruin a box lunch. Bowser, Gary C. Nov 1, 2005 971
The first ejection. Mersky, Peter Nov 1, 2005 499
Raising the bar: latest news in Alaska transportation safety: safety organizations exists to support Alaska aviators. Bonham Colby, Nicole A. Nov 1, 2004 1560

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