► Cathay Pacific / Cathay Dragon
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► Hong Kong Express
► Hong Kong air traffic controllers
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More pilot jobs in China and Asia / 更多试点职位
- 2024-02-26 Air Asia: A320 Direct Entry Captain (Rated)
- 2024-02-26 Air Asia: A320 First Officer
- 2024-02-26 Rishworth Aviation: Air Tractor (AT502) Pilots
- 2024-02-24 Air Asia: AirAsia Cadet Pilot Program
- 2024-02-21 Pelita Air: Experienced Flight Attendant A320
- 2024-02-17 Pelita Air: Experienced Pilot AW139
- 2024-02-17 Pelita Air: Instructor CCP Pilot AW139
- 2024-02-13 Capa Jet: Gulfstream G550 Captain and First Officer
- 2024-02-12 China Central Airlines: B777 Captain
- 2024-02-07 Thai Lion Air: Cabin Crew
New prep modules in SkyTest® Preparation Software for European ATCO Screenings
SkyTest® Preparation Software for European ATCO Screenings is updated with two new training modules: Multi Attention Test and Matching Figure Test.
Multi Attention Test combines an audio-visual reponse task and a mental artihmetic exercise to test multisensory coordination, distribution of attention and alertness under high workload - a skillset of high relevance in air traffic control routines.
Matching Figure Test extends a visual perception exercise. The task requires quick visual judgements of figures for identity within the constraints of rule framework. Decisions are due in high sequence with very limited time to make and submit the call.
Both training modules prepare you for a recent change in the screening process. The new training modules are released today and included in any new purchase of SkyTest® Preparation Software for European ATCO Screenings (Windows®, MacOS® and iPad®).
All 2022 and 2023 customers are eligable for a free update, the latest version is made available for download in your skytest.com account. Customers who bought the recent 2023 upgrade are also eligable for a free update by download.
SkyTest® Preparation Software for European ATCO Screenings is available at EUR 89.90 (incl. VAT, download price) at skytest.com. (2023/03/18)
New Radar Control Test available now
A new training module is introduced to SkyTest® Preparation Software for European ATCO Screenings in a major content update: Radar Control Test puts you in control of an airspace sector. The highly ATC-oriented work sample task requires strategic and safe management of traffic flows - guide aircraft from entry points to designated exit points on the most efficient routings and maintain safe separations among aircraft.
Radar Control Test prepares you for a recent change in the screening process. The new training module is released today and included in any new purchase of SkyTest® Preparation Software for European ATCO Screenings (Windows®, MacOS® and iPad®).
All 2022 and 2023 customers can download a free software update from their SkyTest® accounts. Customers who bought a license of software versions 3 or 4 before Jan. 1st 2022 are eligable for a 29.90 EUR (incl. VAT) update by download to the latest version. Just click the "Purchase Update" link in your SkyTest® account and follow the steps to upgrade your software (the latest version of the software will be added to your account for instant download).
SkyTest® Preparation Software for European ATCO Screenings is available at EUR 89.90 (incl. VAT, download price) at skytest.com. (2023/01/31)
CAE expects pilot job market to recover by late 2021
LONDON - Flight training provider CAE expects a robust return of pilot demand as early as late 2021. According to its recently updated market outlook, the global airline pilot population will grow from 333,000 in 2019 to 426,000 by 2029 - with a wave of retirements brightening career prospects for young pilots.
Covid-19 turned to pilot job market from boom to gloom as airlines are forced to keep their fleets grounded furlough staff. Yet, the Canadian flight training provider sees limited long-term effects of the current crisis on pilot career prospects.
"CAE’s analysis shows that the fundamental factors influencing pilot demand prior to the Covid-19 outbreak remain unchanged", the company writes in its recently updated market outlook. "Age-based retirement and fleet growth were, and are expected to remain, the main drivers of pilot demand."
CAE investigated market data as airlines and operators are navigating the current downturn in passenger air travel and are pursuing recovery strategies following the outbreak of the global pandemic.
"Acute demand" for 27,000 new pilots
While the demand for pilots has decreased significantly during 2020, the CAE analysis expects the active pilot population is expected to return to 2019 levels in 2022.
"This is expected to drive an acute demand for pilots, resulting in an estimated short-term need for approximately 27,000 new professional pilots starting in late 2021," CAE said. Among the 333,000 active airline pilots of 2019, 126,000 will retire in this decade. CAE expects industry growth to add another 93,000 airline pilots jobs to the global total by 2029. (2020/11/19, Text: aero.uk, Image: CAE)