As 2019 begins, we can look forward to a year of improvement – in the air and on the ground.
In this issue’s cover story, Sim City, Lee Rohde describes how flight training companies use Full-Flight Simulators to provide a virtual reality environment enabling flight crews to experience and respond to in-flight challenges and emergencies without ever leaving the ground.
Flight simulators help keep you safe by covering your pilots’ training requirements. Proper hourly cost maintenance programs help keep you safe by managing your aircraft’s maintenance requirements. In Nacelle Coverage, Tony Kioussis details which of those programs protect your engine enclosures from external damage.
You’ll find these stories and more in the January/February 2019 issue of Business Aviation Advisor.
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