EATS is moving to Warsaw in 2015 for the 14th event where airline training experts with global expertise will share their experience in two conference streams on Pilot and Cabin Crew Training.
EATS 2015 will explore the regulatory evolution in European aviation training with involvement by EASA, and also examine cultures in leadership and training. EATS serves airlines, ATOs and professionals in aviation training from Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
EATS has had a great series of events in Berlin over the last three years and EATS 2015 will be at The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Warsaw, Poland.
2014 was our biggest EATS to date with 528 people from 41 countries attending, including 171 airline representatives from 61 airlines. The final attendee list is available here.
At EATS 2014 we held a very successful meeting for Heads of Training at airlines and ATOs with representatives from EASA to exchange information and experiences. We plan to have another meeting for Heads of Training at EATS 2015 at 18.30 on Monday 2 November with representatives from EASA.
For more details about exhibiting or to enquire about sponsorship opportunities please contact your regional sales representative:
In Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa: Jeremy Humphreys
[office] +44 (0)1252 532009 [mobile] +44 (0)7962 169043
In North America: Natalie Morris
[tel] +1 407 322 5605
In Latin America: Willem-Jan Derks
[tel] + 1 954 406 4052
|Delegate Fees (Euros)|| Up to
| 31 August-
| 29 October
|Airlines, Government, Regulators
If you have any problems with registration please contact James Edwards at firstname.lastname@example.org
The theme of EATS 2014 was "Optimising Simulation and Training for the Flight Crew.” Extraordinary keynotes were delivered by Trevor Woods, Flight Standards Director of EASA, and Captain Andy O’Shea, Head of Training at Ryanair. Mr. Woods outlined the new organisational structure of the Agency from September including the addition of a Strategic Directorate and the evolution towards a risk-based regulatory approach and a Performance-based environment. Most significantly, in the Heads of Training (HOT) meeting the evening before EATS, EASA announced a new Industry Advisory Group to facilitate better communications with the Agency.
Some 528 people from 61 airlines and 41 countries attended EATS 2014, along with 48 international exhibitors, including Gold Sponsor CAE, and Silver Sponsors Sim-Industries and TRU Simulation + Training.
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