23 JUNE 2014
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The annual International Flight Crew Training Conference of the Royal Aeronautical Society takes place 23/24 September at the Society’s London headquarters. It will examine the work undertaken by the International Pilot Training Consortium (IPTC) and seek to determine what further effort is required and under what auspices it should be conducted. (see also 'A Very British Airline part 3')
Clearly commercial aviation has made significant investments in pilot training initiatives in recent years. The Conference will address the issues facing the flight crew training community from the perspectives of aircraft operators; aircraft manufacturers; makers, users and providers of training systems; researchers; and regulators. Papers will be presented by leading experts and workshops will discuss the IPTC work to date, the outstanding issues and how best to take forward further work.
Some 200 delegates are expected from around the world and with a two-day/overnight event there are excellent networking opportunitiees. http://aerosociety.com/events
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