Monthly Archives: November 2018

Mexico’s flagship airline enhances flight data analysis with leading animation software CEFA FAS

CEFA FAS (Flight Animation System) is a software that recreates flights based on the data coming from the aircraft flight recorders, reproducing a view of the cockpit, the aircraft and its environment in 3D – among other features. It is already used by the safety and training departments of 80+ airlines and aircraft accident investigation offices on the five continents. Now the safety department of the Mexican flagship air carrier, Aeromexico, chose to place its trust in CEFA Aviation to enhance its flight analysis.

The resilience of pilots: a definition – how to enhance it?

Beside learning how to fly, one main issue that emerged from the recent major incidents and accidents is the fact that we have to raise the resilience of pilots. Let’s have a closer look at it in this 6th article by Captain Wannaz. #resilience #PilotTraining #improvement #experience #competences #confidence
By |November 13th, 2018|BLOG|0 Comments

Pilot training devices versus line operations: a brand new approach to enhance training in civil aviation

For the opening day of the European Airline Training Symposium (#EATS) and my 5th  blog article, I chose to compare the pro and cons of simulator sessions versus real-life line operations for pilot training. One of the concrete problematic is to cope with the startle effect. Let’s comment and share opinions together on this important matter! #PilotTraining #Simulator #LineOperations #TrainingDevices #StartleEffect
By |November 6th, 2018|BLOG|Comments Off on Pilot training devices versus line operations: a brand new approach to enhance training in civil aviation