Alsim will be present at ATO event, which will take place in Moscow, next 26 March: do not hesitate to contact us if you want to organize an onsite meeting.
Aviation Professionals 2015 international conference will once again bring together representatives of airlines, government officials and training centers (both private and state) to discuss one of the most vital questions in Russian civil aviation: lack of high class professionals ready to deal with modern aircraft.
The unprecedented growth of air transport market has sharpened the problem of skilled personnel shortage. Constantly increasing demand for both crew members and engineers is posing a serious challenge for the industry. Latest steps taken by Russian government including investments in civil aviation higher education and permission for Russian airlines to hire foreign pilots solves current situation only partly. So what future are we up to?
Aviation training in Russia: main problems and trends
Flight training specifics
Engineering and technical staff training
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