Flight Training Central print edition

Flip the pages of the new Flight Training Central print edition

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Once a year, we publish a print version of Flight Training Central, which highlights some of our newest articles and important trends in the aviation world. Click on the cover below to flip the pages of this new edition. You'll read about airline pilot hiring statistics, flight simulators, and using a flight data recorder for debriefing flights.

WAI scholarship deadline approaching

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The Women in Aviation International (WAI) scholarship program…

FAASafety launches course for IFR self-briefings

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FAASafety.gov recently launched a new online course Conducting Preflight Self-Briefings for IFR Pilots to provide important guidance to instrument pilots on how to conduct a safe and thorough preflight self-briefing.

Webinar video: how to pass your FAA written in less time

It's something all pilots have to do during training for a Private…

Boeing updates forecast for aviation professionals

Boeing recently released its highly regarded Pilot and Technician Outlook with forecasts for aviation professionals worldwide through 2041. The publication indicates continued high demand for aviation professionals including 602,000 new pilots.

NBAA scholarship deadline approaching

Apply by July 30, 2022 The NBAA Charities scholarship program,…

Navigate Your Future Scholarship deadline approaching

The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) Navigate Your…

Free webinar: Flying the Garmin GFC600 Autopilot with Garmin Aviation

Designed for aftermarket installation on high-performance single- and twin-engine piston aircraft as well as turboprops and jets, the GFC 600 flight control system offers an impressive array of top-level safety and performance features.

Call for Entries: The Fourth Annual Richard Collins Writing Prize for Young Pilots

The Richard Collins family has once again partnered with Sporty’s to offer The Richard Collins Writing Prize for Young Pilots. To qualify, the writer must be a pilot (including student pilot) who is 24 years of age or younger. The article must be original, not previously published, and no longer than 1,500 words. The topic should be “my first time at the controls of an airplane.”