Gilad Scherpf, Head of Aviation Training Development Lufthansa Group: “As part of a unique partnership, training expertise will be mutually shared to provide an innovative, integrated pilot training approach. The resulting training enhancements will enable further use cases as well as regulatory acceptance. This will be based on the jointly gathered data while aiming at a trainee-centric, flexible solution to support key competencies”.
“Using our Virtual Procedure Trainer, pilots have demonstrably learnt procedures more effectively and efficiently, offering the potential to shorten their Type Rating course” says Fabrice Hamel, SVP of Airbus Training & Flight Operations Services. “The new tool also offers much more flexibility because trainees can choose to train alone with an AI, or together online”.
About Lufthansa Aviation Training
With its competencies in training and further educating cockpit and cabin crews at ten training locations worldwide, Lufthansa Aviation Training GmbH (LAT) is among the world leaders in the field of flight training. The company is headquartered at Munich Airport and employs around 700 people at all its locations. Its client portfolio includes more than 250 nationally and internationally renowned airlines, among them the Lufthansa Group airlines. Lufthansa Aviation Training is equipped with close to 200 training devices. Among them are training aircraft for the pilot training, flight simulators for all common types of aircraft for the pilot training, as well as emergency and service mock-ups for the basic and further training of cabin crews.
Lufthansa Aviation Training combines the flight schools of Lufthansa Group under the brand European Flight Academy (EFA).
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