What training do grounded pilots need before they go flying again and will this result in a surge in demand for simulator time?
If you travel so much that you need your own aircraft, then you should put at least as much time and effort into selecting a company to manage it for you as you do choosing the aircraft.
Back in the days when the United Kingdom (UK) was a member of the European Union (EU) approved training organisations (ATOs) in the UK could train pilots holding licences issued by any of the 32 EASA states (the EU states plus Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway and Switzerland). Since… Read More
If you’re planning to start an airline, then the process of applying for an air operators’ certificate (AOC) and operating licence (AOL) can take many months. Is it possible to buy the AOC and AOL of an existing operator?
The UK has left the European Union. What aviation regulations apply and what happens in 2021 when the transition period ends? Will the UK and EU still accept each others licences and certificates?
The Pandemic of 2020 destroyed many airlines but there are entrepreneurs who believe that the “new normal” will create new opportunities. How can these opportunities be tested without putting millions at risk?
Ferrying an aircraft sounds like a simple operation but, in Europe, the rules around aircraft ferrying are opaque.
What’s the difference between ‘hobby’ devices and professional flight simulators?
The British government have announced that the UK will no longer be an ‘EASA Member State’ after 31 December 2020. This is a U-turn from the government’s position in the immediate aftermath of the Brexit vote and goes against the wishes of the UK aviation and aerospace… Read More
It was never going to be an easy fix. As a result of the accidents in 2018 and 2019 the FAA discovered that the Boeing 737 MAX did not comply with the stability requirements for a large aeroplane. This wasn’t a minor detail or a software problem.