Category Archives: Aviation Training

Peak Pacific Portfolio Expansion (CAT Magazine Interview)

This 16 July, Civil Aviation Training Magazine’s Group Editor Marty Kauchak completed a brief, but wide-ranging, interview with Kishor Mistry, Group CEO at Peak Pacific, and Robert Torio, the company’s Manager Client Engagement & Business Development. While the Hong Kong-based industry expert introduces enhanced and new products from its current competencies, it is also exploring […]

Flight Simulator Training: My wish list as Trainee, Instructor, and Designer

Guest post by Alain Heddebaut, Retired Captain and Flight Instructor Over the past few decades, enormous progress has been made in developing more and more advanced flight simulators. In parallel, training methodologies also evolved. Instructors are better trained and the training programs are better adapted to the operators’ environment. The result is that today flight […]

First Among Equals – CAT Awards 2018 Announced at WATS2018

April 17, 2018, Orlando, Florida, USA: Every year in April, the Peak Pacific Group team joins hundreds of aviation industry training professionals in making the annual trip to Orlando, Florida, to attend the World Aviation Training Summit (WATS) organised by Halldale Group (publisher of the CAT Magazine). Like other exhibitors and speakers and delegates, we […]

“You Can’t Just Throw Technology at a Training Problem – You Have to Have Curriculum, You Have to Have Instructional Design” – Chris Lehman

31 October 2017, EATS2017, Estrel Convention Centre, Berlin: He is the ‘Editor in Chief’ of Halldale Media’s iconic aviation industry magazines – Civil Aviation Training (CAT Magazine) and Military & Simulation Training (MS&T). Unassuming and rather publicity shy for a famous industry trade journalist, Christopher Lehman is a whole lot more than an aviation journalist. Epitomising the […]

“Massive Potential for Online Training Technologies; The Critical Point is Going To Be The Measurement” – Andy Smith

Aviation Training is estimated to be a 6 Billion USD industry, which is growing very rapidly. While a healthy 12% of this market-size belongs to Training Hardware products (Simulator, Training Devices sub-segment), the industry portfolio includes a very diverse range of Services, Products and Emerging solutions. We had a chance to catch up at length […]