APATS is the largest and most influential airline training event in the Asia Pacific region. The event regularly attracts airline personnel, government and regulator officials, industry professionals and academics.
Participants come from all over the world to learn, educate and exchange views on improving the efficiency and effectiveness of flight training operations and procedures. Over the past three years APATS has attracted over 1,000 attendees from 70 airlines and 48 countries.
Through participating at APATS you can access the conference sessions, preview the latest simulation, training and educational tools along with meeting other aviation training professionals. Register your interest today by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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APATS 2014 attracted 370 people from 36 countries, including 93 people representing 47 airlines. The full attendee list can be accessed online here.
54% of respondents who attended APATS 2014 said their organisation intends to buy training equipment or services in the next 12 months and 74% of respondents have some part in the decision to buy (from influencing to authorising.)
For more details about exhibiting or to enquire about sponsorship opportunities please contact your regional sales representative, details are shown below:
North America: Andy Smith
[tel] +1 407 322 5605
Latin America: Willem-Jan Derks
[tel] + 1 954 406 4052
Rest of the World: Jeremy Humphreys
[tel] +44 (0)1252 532009
With the keynote speaker, Mr Voradej Harnprasert, Director General of the Department of Civil Aviation, Thailand reinforcing the need for rigorous training focusing on safety, the theme of "Training for Resilience" was enthusiastically embraced by speakers and delegates alike. There is an almost universal recognition that the role played by the national and company culture is important in creating an environment in which safety issues can be openly addressed and improvements made. The issue of the influence that culture plays in the open sharing of information to manage the multiple inputs required for situational awareness and safety monitoring came across through several of the presentations. See the full report from CAT Magazine
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