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  • Aviation Trader - Seeking Volunteers – Attention Recovery Technique
    and Events 9 Auctions Books Manuals Charts 3 Business Opportunities 8 Businesses Wanted Cleaning Products 1 Collectables Competitions Consumables 1 Entertainment Holidays Resorts 2 Investment Opportunities Lease Crosshire 12 Lease Crosshire Wanted 2 Media Kits 1 Miscellaneous 1 Private Hire Public Notices 2 Publications 1 Syndicate Shares 5 Tenders 1 Trade Exchange Property Commercial Retail 2 Hangar Enhancements Hangars 22 Hangars Wanted Rural Residential 5 Services Accountancy 2 Aircraft Weight Control 1 Airport Hubs 1 Auditors 1 Brokers 18 CASA Authorised Persons Ferrying Transport 1 Finance 4 Flight Examiners Insurance 8 Legal 5 Maintenance Repair Overhaul 21 Marketing NDT Painting Refurbishing 2 Photography Pre Purchase Inspections Quality Compliance Consultants 1 Signage 1 Valuations 1 Welding Finishing 1 Seeking Volunteers Attention Recovery Technique October 27th 2015 My name is Doug Edwards and I m a pilot I ve been a fighter pilot and a flying instructor and continue to conduct training in critical performance skills in flying As an Air Force safety officer I came to understand the vital attribute for pilots was the ability to manage stress and recover their task attention at the critical moment of demand Later as Director of Training for the RAAF I was able to ensure that pilot selection assessed recruits for that skill Effectiveness and survivability as a driver pilot or ATC controller is enhanced when your mind is paying attention particularly in a crisis when fatigued or distracted The purpose of this PhD study is to validate the online training of a rapid means of recovering mental agility and attention at the moment of demand and pressure the rapid ART technique Why do this My name is Doug Edwards and I m a pilot I ve been a fighter pilot and a flying instructor and continue to conduct training in critical performance skills in flying As an Air Force safety officer I came to understand the vital attribute for pilots was the ability to manage stress and recover their task attention at the critical moment of demand Later as Director of Training for the RAAF I was able to ensure that pilot selection assessed recruits for that skill What you will do The study is entirely anonymous online and can be done at home on your PC or Mac It involves an online benchmarking test before you start then viewing an instructional video 5 10 minutes of practice each day for 10 days prompted by an SMS reminder plus a challenge question added every two days There is no cost and you won t have to attend anywhere All participants will do the whole sequence of activities but not necessarily in the same order The study is open for your participation now via http satraining com au If you are interested in discussing this project please contact Pete Rosenweg email at prosenweg swin edu au or call 03 9645 9800 This project has been approved by or on behalf of Swinburne s Human Research Ethics Committee SUHREC in line with the National Statement

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  • Aviation Trader - Ballina Aero Club @ the 2015 Birdsville Races
    Transition 1 Tertiary Studies Employment Employment Wanted 1 Positions Vacant 3 Equipment Parts Aeroplane Equipment 1 Aeroplane Parts 20 Aeroplane Parts Wanted 3 Aircraft Materials 2 Avionics 10 Computer Software Engine Parts 2 Engine Parts Wanted Engines 20 Engines Wanted 2 Ground Support 7 Ground Support Wanted Helicopter Equipment 1 Helicopter Parts 9 Instruments Pilot Supplies 8 Propellers 5 Safety Survival Equipment 5 Simulators 1 Test Equipment Tools 1 General Airshows and Events 9 Auctions Books Manuals Charts 3 Business Opportunities 8 Businesses Wanted Cleaning Products 1 Collectables Competitions Consumables 1 Entertainment Holidays Resorts 2 Investment Opportunities Lease Crosshire 12 Lease Crosshire Wanted 2 Media Kits 1 Miscellaneous 1 Private Hire Public Notices 2 Publications 1 Syndicate Shares 5 Tenders 1 Trade Exchange Property Commercial Retail 2 Hangar Enhancements Hangars 22 Hangars Wanted Rural Residential 5 Services Accountancy 2 Aircraft Weight Control 1 Airport Hubs 1 Auditors 1 Brokers 18 CASA Authorised Persons Ferrying Transport 1 Finance 4 Flight Examiners Insurance 8 Legal 5 Maintenance Repair Overhaul 21 Marketing NDT Painting Refurbishing 2 Photography Pre Purchase Inspections Quality Compliance Consultants 1 Signage 1 Valuations 1 Welding Finishing 1 Ballina Aero Club the 2015 Birdsville Races October 22nd 2015 Posties present a cheque to Aero Club Birdsville 2015 Aircraft Line Birdsville 2015 GA Parking Birdsville 2015 Record crowds travelled to Birdsville this year with increased numbers through the airport Strong winds were experienced up until midday Thursday after which the weather conditions improved and turned out to be quite good for the whole weekend The aviators included Pauline Hanson from the One Nation Party who flew in from the East Coast for the weekend in a Jabiru LSA The sealing of the runway and apron since last year was a great improvement appreciated by aircraft operators The range of aircraft that attended included light sports aircraft such as Jabiru RV2 RV6 and an Evektor Sportstar through to general aviation aircraft including a Cessna Citation Cessna Caravan 208 Piper Chieftain Super King Air Partenavia and even a Fokker 50 and SAAB 340B An added feature this year was the attendance by Ballina s Pelican Posties Team who rode the 1800 kilometres from Ballina Northern NSW on postie motor bicycles The ride took five days with the final day across the Birdsville Development Road being a challenge on the little bikes Charter operators Calibre Aviation and Wrightsair were kept busy during the weekend with flights to the desert and Lake Eyre areas Ballina Aero Club had a good weekend controlling the airport and will be entering into discussions with Diamantina Shire regarding future involvement in coming years Rated as a must do bucket list experience the Birdsville races event is gaining popularity and becoming an internationally recognised event in the Western Queensland Calendar of iconic activities For further information please contact Gary Faulks President Ballina Aero Club Inc Mobile 0418 663 666 Email ballinaaeroclub bigpond com Website wwwballinaaeroclub org au Register or Login To Lodge or Manage an Ad Buy or Manage a

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  • Aviation Trader - Airbus launches ultra long range A350-900….
    Crosshire 12 Lease Crosshire Wanted 2 Media Kits 1 Miscellaneous 1 Private Hire Public Notices 2 Publications 1 Syndicate Shares 5 Tenders 1 Trade Exchange Property Commercial Retail 2 Hangar Enhancements Hangars 22 Hangars Wanted Rural Residential 5 Services Accountancy 2 Aircraft Weight Control 1 Airport Hubs 1 Auditors 1 Brokers 18 CASA Authorised Persons Ferrying Transport 1 Finance 4 Flight Examiners Insurance 8 Legal 5 Maintenance Repair Overhaul 21 Marketing NDT Painting Refurbishing 2 Photography Pre Purchase Inspections Quality Compliance Consultants 1 Signage 1 Valuations 1 Welding Finishing 1 Airbus launches ultra long range A350 900 October 16th 2015 Singapore Airlines SIA has selected Airbus newly launched Ultra Long Range version of the A350 900 for non stop flights to the US Under an amendment to the carrier s existing order for 63 A350 900s seven of the aircraft will now be delivered with an Ultra Long Range capability for flights of up to 19 hours In addition the carrier has placed an additional order for four A350 900s taking its total firm orders for the A350 XWB Family to 67 Optimised for non stop flights to the US the aircraft designated A350 900ULR Ultra Long Range will include a modified fuel system to increase the fuel carrying capacity an increase in Maximum Take Off Weight plus aerodynamic improvements enabling service to the US West Coast as well as to New York Representing a distance of some 8 700 nautical miles the New York service will be the world s longest commercial passenger route with an expected flight time of up to 19 hours Moreover the unique flexibility offered by the A350 XWB allows operators to reconfigure their A350 900ULR to the standard long haul A350 900 specification should they require it Our customers have been asking us to re start non stop Singapore US flights and we are pleased that Airbus was able to offer the right aircraft to do so in a commercially viable manner said Singapore Airlines CEO Goh Choon Phong This is another example of how we strive to meet and exceed our customers expectations by remaining at the forefront of product and service innovation in our industry It will also further strengthen the Singapore hub by providing the fastest and most convenient air connectivity between North America and Southeast Asia We are excited to be working with Singapore Airlines to re launch its premium non stop service to the US said Fabrice Brégier Airbus President CEO The A350 is the perfect flexible platform for such operations offering unrivalled operating economics for the very longest routes And the wider and quieter cabin will provide the perfect environment for passengers to enjoy the world famous Singapore Airlines in flight product The all new A350 XWB entered commercial service earlier this year and features the latest aerodynamic design carbon fibre fuselage and wings plus fuel efficient Rolls Royce Trent XWB engines Together these latest technologies translate into unrivalled levels of operational efficiency with a 25 per cent

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  • Aviation Trader - Record September quarter traffic for Sunshine Coast….
    Helicopter Parts 9 Instruments Pilot Supplies 8 Propellers 5 Safety Survival Equipment 5 Simulators 1 Test Equipment Tools 1 General Airshows and Events 9 Auctions Books Manuals Charts 3 Business Opportunities 8 Businesses Wanted Cleaning Products 1 Collectables Competitions Consumables 1 Entertainment Holidays Resorts 2 Investment Opportunities Lease Crosshire 12 Lease Crosshire Wanted 2 Media Kits 1 Miscellaneous 1 Private Hire Public Notices 2 Publications 1 Syndicate Shares 5 Tenders 1 Trade Exchange Property Commercial Retail 2 Hangar Enhancements Hangars 22 Hangars Wanted Rural Residential 5 Services Accountancy 2 Aircraft Weight Control 1 Airport Hubs 1 Auditors 1 Brokers 18 CASA Authorised Persons Ferrying Transport 1 Finance 4 Flight Examiners Insurance 8 Legal 5 Maintenance Repair Overhaul 21 Marketing NDT Painting Refurbishing 2 Photography Pre Purchase Inspections Quality Compliance Consultants 1 Signage 1 Valuations 1 Welding Finishing 1 Record September quarter traffic for Sunshine Coast October 15th 2015 Sunshine Coast Airport recorded more than 250 000 passengers travelling through the airport in the first three months of the financial year a 12 increase on the previous quarter and the highest September quarter traffic on record The Airport achieved an 11 year on year capacity increase and 84 average load Sunshine Coast Airport general manager Peter Pallot said We started with a stellar July continued with a very strong August and topped the quarter off with an amazing September A total of 89 610 passengers utilised the flight services at Sunshine Coast Airport in September that s a 14 increase year on year and the highest number of passengers per month since January 2009 Sunshine Coast Destination Ltd CEO Simon Ambrose said that a particularly chilly winter in Australia s southern states and in New Zealand combined with increased capacity had provided the perfect ingredients for a record performance Our Vacation Migration campaign came out at the beginning of the year to highlight the attractions of following the birds to warmer climes and that s precisely what happened said Mr Ambrose We have worked hard with Sunshine Coast Council to build our events portfolio and they have done a great job in attracting a wide range of high profile events We have also worked hard with our industry partners to increase visitation to the Sunshine Coast Our pre winter Flight Centre promotion resulted in a 55 increase in sales and 73 increase in passenger numbers compared to the same period last year and with Qantas set to start direct services in December the future is looking very sunny Year on year an additional 30 055 seats or 1 4 daily return flights were added at Sunshine Coast Airport during the September quarter Jetstar Virgin Australia and Air New Zealand all posted double digit passenger growth over the same period Sunshine Coast Council Mayor Mark Jamieson said the results were evidence of the growing confidence in the region The strong economic performance of the Sunshine Coast is now clearly visible and the growing popularity of our airport shows great faith and confidence

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  • Aviation Trader - Airways to enhance aviation safety in the Pacific….
    66 Transition 1 Tertiary Studies Employment Employment Wanted 1 Positions Vacant 3 Equipment Parts Aeroplane Equipment 1 Aeroplane Parts 20 Aeroplane Parts Wanted 3 Aircraft Materials 2 Avionics 10 Computer Software Engine Parts 2 Engine Parts Wanted Engines 20 Engines Wanted 2 Ground Support 7 Ground Support Wanted Helicopter Equipment 1 Helicopter Parts 9 Instruments Pilot Supplies 8 Propellers 5 Safety Survival Equipment 5 Simulators 1 Test Equipment Tools 1 General Airshows and Events 9 Auctions Books Manuals Charts 3 Business Opportunities 8 Businesses Wanted Cleaning Products 1 Collectables Competitions Consumables 1 Entertainment Holidays Resorts 2 Investment Opportunities Lease Crosshire 12 Lease Crosshire Wanted 2 Media Kits 1 Miscellaneous 1 Private Hire Public Notices 2 Publications 1 Syndicate Shares 5 Tenders 1 Trade Exchange Property Commercial Retail 2 Hangar Enhancements Hangars 22 Hangars Wanted Rural Residential 5 Services Accountancy 2 Aircraft Weight Control 1 Airport Hubs 1 Auditors 1 Brokers 18 CASA Authorised Persons Ferrying Transport 1 Finance 4 Flight Examiners Insurance 8 Legal 5 Maintenance Repair Overhaul 21 Marketing NDT Painting Refurbishing 2 Photography Pre Purchase Inspections Quality Compliance Consultants 1 Signage 1 Valuations 1 Welding Finishing 1 Airways to enhance aviation safety in the Pacific October 14th 2015 New Zealand s air navigation service provider Airways will deliver a 2 4 million project to enhance safety at airfields in eight Pacific countries The organisation has been contracted by The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade MFAT to undertake the two year Pacific Aeronautical Charting and Procedures PACP programme further cementing its long term commitment to providing safe and sustainable services to the Pacific Islands The project will be implemented at 38 aerodromes across the Pacific over the next two years and includes more accurate surveying of runways and designing satellite based approach procedures to improve the ability of aircraft to land safely especially in poor weather Initial work will be undertaken in Vanuatu and the Cook Islands before being expanded out to airfields Niue Kiribati Samoa Tonga and other Pacific nations Airways Chief Executive Ed Sims says Airways is well positioned to implement a comprehensive programme which will deliver on the organisation s vision to enhance aviation safety and develop sustainable and efficient services in the Pacific We have a long history of working in the Pacific with over 40 years of experience delivering safe value for money projects and services in the region Mr Sims says Safe aeronautical procedures are critical to aviation safety While these new procedures contribute to safer air travel they also enable a far greater range of options and flexibility for the airlines and other commercial operators he adds Training will also be provided to local Pacific staff to ensure that Pacific Islands are able to update aviation charts and procedures on an ongoing basis The programme commences later this month with specialist procedure design work beginning and the deployment of aerodrome surveyors flight inspection and training teams Register or Login To Lodge or Manage an Ad Buy or Manage a Subscription Lodge

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  • Aviation Trader - Boeing acquires Peters Software GmbH….
    1 Aeroplane Parts 20 Aeroplane Parts Wanted 3 Aircraft Materials 2 Avionics 10 Computer Software Engine Parts 2 Engine Parts Wanted Engines 20 Engines Wanted 2 Ground Support 7 Ground Support Wanted Helicopter Equipment 1 Helicopter Parts 9 Instruments Pilot Supplies 8 Propellers 5 Safety Survival Equipment 5 Simulators 1 Test Equipment Tools 1 General Airshows and Events 9 Auctions Books Manuals Charts 3 Business Opportunities 8 Businesses Wanted Cleaning Products 1 Collectables Competitions Consumables 1 Entertainment Holidays Resorts 2 Investment Opportunities Lease Crosshire 12 Lease Crosshire Wanted 2 Media Kits 1 Miscellaneous 1 Private Hire Public Notices 2 Publications 1 Syndicate Shares 5 Tenders 1 Trade Exchange Property Commercial Retail 2 Hangar Enhancements Hangars 22 Hangars Wanted Rural Residential 5 Services Accountancy 2 Aircraft Weight Control 1 Airport Hubs 1 Auditors 1 Brokers 18 CASA Authorised Persons Ferrying Transport 1 Finance 4 Flight Examiners Insurance 8 Legal 5 Maintenance Repair Overhaul 21 Marketing NDT Painting Refurbishing 2 Photography Pre Purchase Inspections Quality Compliance Consultants 1 Signage 1 Valuations 1 Welding Finishing 1 Boeing acquires Peters Software GmbH October 14th 2015 A signing ceremony in Cologne Germany celebrates the acquisition of Peters Software GmbH Peters Software by Boeing Pictured are Boeing Flight Services Vice President Sherry Carbary and Wilfried Peters the Director of Ab Initio Training Programs Boeing Flight Services Boeing today announced it has acquired Peters Software GmbH Peters Software a market leading provider of European Aviation Safety Agency EASA based training content for early stage ab initio pilot training Located in Cologne Germany Peters Software specializes in curriculum and materials for commercial and private pilots operating in rapidly growing markets aligned with EASA The high quality software that Peters Software develops enhances Boeing s customized pilot training content to meet specific needs of our customers said Stan Deal senior vice president Commercial Aviation Services Boeing Commercial Airplanes This acquisition allows Boeing Flight Services to offer training materials consistent with the standards set by the European Aviation Safety Agency one of the world s leading aviation regulatory authorities According to Boeing s Pilot and Technician Outlook airlines will need 558 000 new pilots over the next 20 years to support the growth in the global fleet This acquisition helps Boeing meet the growing global demand for qualified aviation personnel Terms of the agreement are not being disclosed Peters Software and its team of approximately 20 full time employees joined Boeing upon contractual signing We value the expertise of the team in Cologne and welcome the Peters Software employees to the Boeing Company said Matthew Ganz president Boeing Germany and Northern Europe and vice president European Technology Strategy This is an important step for Boeing and provides new opportunities to the Peters Software team as Boeing continues to grow its business footprint and engagement in Germany Boeing trains approximately 1 200 flight maintenance and cabin safety personnel daily throughout its global training network Boeing provides a comprehensive portfolio of pilot maintenance and cabin safety training at 17 campuses on six

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  • Aviation Trader - Gufstream recognised for sustainability initiatives….
    Hangar Enhancements Hangars 22 Hangars Wanted Rural Residential 5 Services Accountancy 2 Aircraft Weight Control 1 Airport Hubs 1 Auditors 1 Brokers 18 CASA Authorised Persons Ferrying Transport 1 Finance 4 Flight Examiners Insurance 8 Legal 5 Maintenance Repair Overhaul 21 Marketing NDT Painting Refurbishing 2 Photography Pre Purchase Inspections Quality Compliance Consultants 1 Signage 1 Valuations 1 Welding Finishing 1 Gufstream recognised for sustainability initiatives October 13th 2015 Two Gulfstream Aerospace Corp sustainability initiatives have been recognized in Aviation Climate Solutions a collection of 100 examples highlighting how the aviation industry is collaborating to cut carbon dioxide emissions and help reduce the industry s impact on climate change The publication includes Gulfstream Green Teams and Gulfstream s recent renewable fuels agreement with World Fuel Services Inc We are committed to the business aviation industry s sustainability goals for carbon neutral growth fuel efficiency and carbon dioxide emissions reductions and we are breaking new ground with the industry s first agreement to obtain renewable fuels for use on a day to day basis said Mark Burns president Gulfstream Our sustainability strategy also focuses on protecting the communities where our employees live and work and to that end we empower them to act as stewards of the environment and champions of Gulfstream s sustainability efforts Gulfstream s Green Teams were established in 2012 to address sustainability efforts at strategic and tactical levels The teams help implement Gulfstream s sustainability strategy across operations which includes reducing energy use solid and hazardous waste greenhouse gas emissions and water consumption These employee driven groups that now involve more than 500 individuals are also encouraged to spread awareness of Gulfstream s sustainability goals throughout the company In May 2015 Gulfstream and its fuel supplier World Fuel Services Inc finalized a three year agreement that provides Gulfstream with a consistent supply of renewable fuels for its daily flight operations in Savannah The fuel is a 30 70 blend of low carbon drop in renewable fuel and Jet A It provides the same performance as conventional petroleum based jet fuel and requires no changes to factory standard engines or aircraft Each gallon of renewable fuel burned is expected to achieve a more than 50 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions relative to petroleum based jet fuel on a lifecycle basis Aviation plays a vital role in the world economy providing connectivity for people and business said Michael Gill executive director of the Air Transport Action Group ATAG the cross industry association that published the report Our industry has also taken a lead in climate action putting in place a comprehensive framework and goals to reduce emissions from air transport The Aviation Climate Solutions are a set of case studies showing how different parts of the industry all over the world including Gulfstream are working together to reduce our climate impact Aviation Climate Solutions was released at the Global Sustainable Aviation Summit in Geneva alongside an open letter from industry chief executives that reaffirms the industry s commitment

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  • Aviation Trader - News, Event Reports and Announcements Archive
    3 Flight Simulators Flight Training 6 Ground Training 2 Part 66 Transition 1 Tertiary Studies Employment Employment Wanted 1 Positions Vacant 3 Equipment Parts Aeroplane Equipment 1 Aeroplane Parts 20 Aeroplane Parts Wanted 3 Aircraft Materials 2 Avionics 10 Computer Software Engine Parts 2 Engine Parts Wanted Engines 20 Engines Wanted 2 Ground Support 7 Ground Support Wanted Helicopter Equipment 1 Helicopter Parts 9 Instruments Pilot Supplies 8 Propellers 5 Safety Survival Equipment 5 Simulators 1 Test Equipment Tools 1 General Airshows and Events 9 Auctions Books Manuals Charts 3 Business Opportunities 8 Businesses Wanted Cleaning Products 1 Collectables Competitions Consumables 1 Entertainment Holidays Resorts 2 Investment Opportunities Lease Crosshire 12 Lease Crosshire Wanted 2 Media Kits 1 Miscellaneous 1 Private Hire Public Notices 2 Publications 1 Syndicate Shares 5 Tenders 1 Trade Exchange Property Commercial Retail 2 Hangar Enhancements Hangars 22 Hangars Wanted Rural Residential 5 Services Accountancy 2 Aircraft Weight Control 1 Airport Hubs 1 Auditors 1 Brokers 18 CASA Authorised Persons Ferrying Transport 1 Finance 4 Flight Examiners Insurance 8 Legal 5 Maintenance Repair Overhaul 21 Marketing NDT Painting Refurbishing 2 Photography Pre Purchase Inspections Quality Compliance Consultants 1 Signage 1 Valuations 1 Welding Finishing 1 News Event Reports and Announcements Archive 61 62 63 64 Hawker Pacific kicks off DA40 XLT demo tour One month after Diamond Aircraft released the latest enhancement to its DA40 product line Read More Read More Five teams shortlisted for Airbus challenge Airbus has selected the five finalist student teams competing in the third edition of the Read More Read More Twin Commander owners go back to school More than 120 Twin Commander owners operators and factory and service center representatives went back Read More Read More Hawker Pacific sells two King Air B200s To RFDS Hawker Pacific leading aircraft sales and product support company in Asia Pacific and the Middle Read More Read More Learjet 75 set for world debut at EBACE 2013 Bombardier Aerospace announced today that just one year after launching the Learjet 70 and Learjet Read More Read More Diamond introduces airline training solution Hawker Pacific leading aircraft sales and product support company in Asia Pacific and the Middle Read More Read More Boeing rolls out 1st Dreamliner at increased rate Boeing has rolled out of the factory the first 787 Dreamliner to be built at Read More Read More Beechcraft Corp reports strong 1st Qtr deliveries Beechcraft Corporation today announced a strong first quarter in reporting its delivery data to the Read More Read More Airservices rated among the world s best Airservices has been ranked among the world s best as part of an international safety benchmarking Read More Read More SHPBASC completes 10 000th flight movement Shanghai Hawker Pacific Business Aviation Service Centre SHPBASC celebrated its 10 000th flight movement since opening Read More Read More 61 62 63 64 Register or Login To Lodge or Manage an Ad Buy or Manage a Subscription Lodge an Event Report View Current Listings by Category AIRCRAFT

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