The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) today announced the first major renovation to its Safety 1st line service training program since it went online in 2008, with the launch of the all-new NATA Safety 1st Training Center. The web-based program is based on specific input from the organization’s members and users.
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The Aircraft Electronics Association's Educational Foundation announced the names of the individuals who were awarded scholarships worth more than $100,000 for the 2019-20 academic year. The individual recipients are as follows:
The WHO recommends to install a water safety plan for aircraft drinking water to be safe. A Guide to the Seven Steps to introduce a
Aircraft Water Safety Plan (WSP) is attached to this blog as a PDF titled: How to set-up a water safety plan for aircrafts driking water
US training programs are producing more aviation mechanics, and enrollment is expected to keep growing, according to the Aviation Technician Education Council. The enrollment in maintenance technician schools is expected to increase 40% in 2019.
Numerous Federal Aviation Administration functions will not be available during the federal government shutdown, including the issuance of airmen certificates, aviation rulemaking, drone operations exemptions and the development, testing and evaluation of NextGen technologies. Customs and Border Protection and the Transportation Security Administration will continue to work normal business hours.