Hosted by the Shanghai Society of Aeronautics and Civil Aircraft Operation Support Technology Sub-committee of CSAA, the 5th Civil Aviation Training Forum 2019 will focus on topics including aviation safety improvement, innovative training modes and new technology application, aims to delivering cutting-edge information with suggestions to flight training better practice and talent pool optimization.
In the next 20 years, global airlines need to recruit 635,000 new pilots, of which the Asia-Pacific region accounts for nearly 40% of the total demand. China is the market with largest demand, accounting for more than half of the demand in the Asia-Pacific region and about 20% of the global demand. One reason for this phenomenon is the rising demand for global air passenger transport.
In 2018, global air passenger demand grew by 7.6% year-on-year, much higher than the average annual growth rate of 5.5% in the past decade. The approaching of the retirement threshold for existing pilots and third, the system of working hours was adjusted. At present, due to the re-shaped structure of pilot demand, providing trainings for mature and high-quality pilots has become a headline topic facing the world.
- Aviation Training Requirements Under the Guidance of New Technologies
- Application of Eye-tracking Technology in Flight Simulator
- The Standards of Simulator Operator Quality Assessment
- How to Make Full Use of Existing Training and How to Broaden the Training Means to Curb Technology Decline.
- How to Build a Complete and Efficient System from Trainee to Captain
- Competency Based Training Throughout the Pilot Career
- Training to Prevent Hard Landings
- EBT & Proactive Risk Management