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July 17th 2013
NTSB about B777 crash in San Francisco
Final report from Spanish investigation about fuel on board aircraft deviating to alternates.
Spanish accident investigation agency CIAIAC has released its investigative report on, and a number of safety recommendations in response to, the May 10, 2010 Ryanair Boeing 737 incident. The CIAIAC sought to determine if Ryanair was flying into Spain with less than the recommended amount of reserve fuel.
New LO's for theoretical training for the time being
The NPA 2016-3 has been published by EASA. This is the result of the industry led (IAAPS) Rule Making Task .0595 as stated here below. The consultation period will be until September 12th 2016.
RMT.0595 LO's and exam systems
IAAPS chairman Thomas Leoff participated in FCL 002 partnership group. The members of IAAPS were already consulted for commenting the concept version of new LO's for the theoretical part of pilot training. The result is a number of small corrections, see NPA 2014-29d. The comment period ended May 17th 2015. In the meantime Rulemaking Task (RMT) .0595 is started as an industry led working group to revise the LO's and exam systems. The kick off meeting took place on May 5th and 6th 2015. The first results will be published in 2016. Members of IAAPS participate in this RMT with 11 persons out of 24.
IAAPS is listed in the EU transparency register
Since July 23rd 2014 IAAPS is associate member of IPTC
On invitation of IPTC the Executive Committee of IAAPS decided to cooperate as an associate member. We are happy to represent the training industry in this consortium.
The International Pilot Training Copnsortium (IPTC) is a initiative of IATA, ICAO, IFALPA and RAeS with associated members the CAA of Singapore, CASA, EASA, ELFAA, Flight Safety Foundation, GCAA of the UAE (Honourable Company of Air Pilots (formerly GAPAN) IAOPA, UK CAA, USA FAA).
IAAPS is a global association of aviation training organisations formed for the purpose of maintaining and improving standards of training for aviation personnel and to serve the joint interests of members within the aviation training industry.
Currently representing member organisations, IAAPS aims to achieve its goals by:
• promoting appropriate standards to authorities and industry
• participating in discussions concerning training standards and methods
• representing members’ interest to authorities, societies, suppliers & other relevant organisations
Your aviation training organisation or company has to be represented, so join IAAPS!
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How to become a member of IAAPS
IAAPS is an associations of self respecting training organisations. Every aviation training organisation should be a member of IAAPS, as we contribute to a high quality of training of aviation personnel.
Quote from one of our members.
"As you probably know, the issues related to our question have been published last week. We really appreciate the inputs and feedback you have provided us. It really has helped with some students that were concerned about it".
To become a member you are kindly requested to send your application for membership to the secretary firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief description of the activities of training, to what licence, which training means and how many students per year or other activities from you or your company related to aviation training.