The Halldale Group organises a number of annual aviation training events around the world. All of which are supported by CAT magazine. As a result of this, our events attract the leading experts in airline training. So, if you are looking to learn the latest training practices, discover the most innovative training solutions or build business relationships then check out of other events below.
AAETS is an Official Event of the South Korea Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MoLIT) and Korea Airports Corporation (KAC). The event is regarded as Korea’s leading conference and tradeshow for the international aviation training community. And therefore as a result of the rapid evolution in training technology, there must be careful evaluation and selection of training processes in order to provide adapted training for new entrants and experienced operators alike. Furthermore, the event will provide a forum to discuss these issue and learn about the best practical applications
The next AAETS event will take place on 18-19 June 2020 in Seoul, Republic of Korea
APATS delivers a focused, executive-level analysis of the Asia-Pacific airline training and simulation market. This dynamic event provokes debate through engaging presentations and outstanding networking opportunities. It therefore, provides attendees with an exciting opportunity to share their experiences and question regional and global training experts. The event covers pilot training, cabin crew training and maintenance training. And in addition to the three conferences, the events hosts an exhibition and most importantly the APATS HoT (Heads of Training) meeting.
The next APATS will take place on 8-9 September 2020 in Singapore.
EATS explores European expertise in flight training and simulation with the added support of EASA. Most importantly the event provides a unique European perspective on civil aviation training and subsequently attracts the leading aviation training professionals from around the globe. In addition to the two conferences for pilot and cabin crew training, the event hosts an exhibition. Furthermore, the event holds the annual EATS HoT (Heads of Training) meeting, which allows attendees to learn and discuss the current and future rulemaking with EASA’s Head of Aircrew Regulations Section
The next EATS will take place on 27-28 October 2019 in Oslo, Norway.
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