Part 1/2: A new approach applied to the aviation industry Pilot training and pilot debriefing are some linchpins of flight safety. Before the World Aviation Training Summit (WATS) 2019, let’s discuss openly this subject! Here is a new series of articles by our Senior Advisor, Captain Piere Wannaz, that will be published every Tuesday before the conference & trade show opens on April 30th, 2019.
The number one goal of the renowned Kazakhstan’s airline is to implement the highest safety standards. Now it is using the premium software CEFA FAS. With more than 80 users, including numerous flag carriers, CEFA FAS is a proven tool to enhance flight safety. Animating flight data allows to understand better and quicker causes of flight incidents but also, for airlines’ safety departments, to better communicate to pilots and to the management.
With the recent tragic crash in Ethiopia, Captain Pierre Wannaz took a step back and shares some thoughts about Air Data Systems.
CEFA Aviation opens an office in China! From now on, all clients and partners in this country as well as in Hong Kong and in Taiwan have a new contact person dedicated to them at their disposal. The company is pleased to introduce Jiming HE, Managing Director for this area.
The American cargo airline, headquartered in Ypsilanti Township, Michigan, operates international scheduled and ad-hoc cargo charter services for customers in the United States and around the world. To animate the data from the flight data recorders placed in the airline’s all-freighter fleet of 24 B747-400's and 5 B767-300ER' & constantly strengthen flight safety, the software CEFA FAS (Flight Animation System) made the difference.