Boeing Makes Appointment for CBTA Regulatory Lead ME Asia

Global aircraft manufacturer Boeing has appointed Captain Siddharth Bhardwaj as the new CBTA Regulatory Lead ME Asia. Captain Bhardwaj was previously Head of Training and Chief Pilot-Fleet at Boeing B737MAX Indian operator Akasa Air.  Learn more about Boeing or Bhardwaj by connecting with him through his LinkedIn profile here.

Source: Siddharth Bhardwaj (Boeing)
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Turkish Pilot Simulator Training Center IFTC Welcomes Student Visitors

Istanbul headquartered full flight simulator training center International Flight Training Center (IFTC), a member company of Gözen Holding, welcomed students from the UAV Club at Darüşşafaka Eğitim Kurumları.

“The visiting students gained in-depth knowledge about the work being carried out in the field of civil aviation and how we digitize the operations,” said Gözen Digital Aviation. “They also had the opportunity to experience the Airbus A320 simulator.”

IFTC is Turkey’s first independent simulator flight training center, established in 2008, with two locations.

Gözen Digital Aviation provides digital solutions for the global aviation market.

Source: Gözen Digital Aviation
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Aircraft Manufacturer Embraer Shares 2024 Perspectives

Brazil-based global aircraft manufacturer Embraer, the third largest commercial jet manufacturer, shared its perspectives for 2024.

  • 64 commercial aircraft deliveries for 2023
  • This is one unit short of its planned 65 to 70 target but it’s still 12% more than 2022
  • Goal is to return to around 90 annual deliveries which we achieved in 2018 and 2019
  • 2023 revenue was nearly the same as 2019, it is still only at 70% of pre-pandemic output
  • Working with suppliers to grow this year’s output target by double digits
  • “One sticking point is the pilot shortage. Fewer available pilots favours interest in bigger narrowbodies, and that creates a gap between those aircraft and the regional fleet. There have been a few soft years but the shortage seems to be resolving itself. That implies that we’ll see more demand for smaller narrowbodies which should fill in that gap. In the meantime, orders for the E175 in the USA remain strong since there isn’t movement on pilot scope clauses.”

Source: Embraer
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Middle East Pilot Simulator Training Center, Pier Seven Aviation, Congratulates Batch 13 of B737NG Type Rated Pilots

Sharjah, United Arab Emirates-based full flight simulator training center Pier Seven Aviation congratulated its Batch 13 pilots who just completed their B737 NG type rating training in accordance with the India DGCA.

In 2023 the full flight simulator training center achieved a remarkable milestone. Pier Seven Aviation successfully trained over 250 pilots from India and various parts of the world, in addition to providing recurrent training to over 100 dedicated students.

Pier Seven Aviation operates Airbus A320, Boeing B737NG and B747 full flight simulators.

Source: Pier Seven Aviation
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Turkish Pilot Simulator Training Center Announces Latest Appointment for Deputy Compliance Manager

Istanbul, Turkey headquartered full flight simulator training center group International Flight Training Center (IFTC), a member company of Gözen Holding, has appointed Burak Güvenç as its Deputy Compliance Manager and Chief Simulator Engineer. Learn more about IFTC or Mr. Güvenç by connecting with him through his LinkedIn Profile.

Source: Burak Güvenç (IFTC)
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Global Flight Training Group Airways Aviation Hosts Qatar Aeronautical Academy Director-General

Global flight training group Airways Aviation, which operates pilot training academies across Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and India, has had the honor of hosting Sheikh Jabor Bin Hamad Al-Thani, Director-General of Qatar Aeronautical Academy, at its Airways Aviation ESMA facility in Montpellier, Southern France.

This visit is the first step of an important collaboration between Airways Aviation and the Qatar Aeronautical Academy, aimed to develop a joint venture in different Aviation-related areas including EASA Professional Pilot Training, Maintenance support, Academic and University Aviation educational programs.

Mauro Calvano, CEO of Airways Aviation Europe & Africa and President of Airways Aviation ESMA, shared his excitement about the collaboration, “It is an honor and a privilege to have Sheikh Jabor Al-Thani at our France base today, we are sure this is the beginning of a fruitful collaboration and a professional partnership between Airways Aviation, a global leader in Flight Training, and Qatar Aeronautical Academy, one of the most prestigious Aviation Academies.”

Source: Airways Aviation
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