The Aviation Skills Retention Platform has launched a new free-to-use recruitment platform, Talentview Aviation, to further support the future aviation workforce.
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Aerospace Technology Institute has revealed a liquid hydrogen aircraft, which will one day enable full-zero emission flights with just one refuelling stop.
The UK government will continue to boost regional air connectivity with £4.3 million to fund direct flights between London and Newquay, and London and Dundee.
The Aviation Skills Retention Platform has launched Talentview Aviation, a free-to-use recruitment platform, as aviation employers seeking talent expect a rise in demand for air travel in spring 2022.
As part of the UK aviation industry's post-COVID-19 recovery plan, the government urges aviation staff to access support through registering for the Aviation Skills Retention Platform (ASRP).
Under DfT's Aviation Skills Retention Platform, CAAi will offer 16 virtual and e-Learning course titles, covering multiple areas of aviation regulation, oversight and compliance.
As the UK aviation industry tackles the challenges of today, it is also focused on the future and how it can build back better. For the industry and its recovery, airspace modernisation is an important piece of the jigsaw. Chief of the Airspace Change Organising Group (ACOG), Mark Swan, describes…
Following a report published in July 2020 by the Airspace Change Organising Group, the UK government has announced £5.5 million in funding to support the UK's airspace modernisation programme.
Partly funded by the Department for Transport, the City of Derry to Stansted route provides critical connectivity between Northern Ireland and London, subsequently boosting the region’s economy.
Why Performance Based Oversight, SeMS and professionalisation of training are imperative for the aviation sector
Kirsty Wells, SeMS Programme Lead, and Nina Smith, Head of Training and Human Factors at the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), discuss the move towards Performance Based Oversight and how SeMS is the stepping stone in achieving this, alongside the professionalisation of training.
The UK government's Global Travel Taskforce will work to develop an operationalised approach for testing international arrivals.
As part of a major renovation of its security area and in preparation for an increase in passengers, Teesside Airport has installed two new scanners.
The DASA competition provides an opportunity to help further develop the critical counter-drone technical capabilities needed.
From 10 July 2020, passengers will be able to travel to many countries without having to self-isolate on return to the UK.
Based on scientific advice and industry collaboration, the new guidance aims to encourage the quick resumption of the UK aviation industry as soon as it is deemed safe to do so.