Can we create an effective, low-risk learning medium to enhance the training of important human factors? Credit: Kimberly Henneman
Fast 5: Solving ‘Inefficiencies’ In Private Charter
Slodowitz founded Craft Charter in 2020, after graduating from USC’s Marshall School of Business. Credit: Craft
Gallery: Bombardier Delivers Final Learjet
Bombardier delivered the final Learjet, a Learjet 75, on March 28 to Northern Jet Management, a long-time Learjet customer. Bombardier announced a year ago that it would cease Learjet manufacturing to concentrate on its larger and higher-margin Challenger and Global aircraft due to increased competition in the light jet segment. The delivery closes 60 years of Learjet production.
Human Factors Training In The Real World, Part 2
More human factors lessons learned on the Matterhorn. Credit: Kim Henneman
Podcast: Learjet - An Inside View From Those Who’ve Been There
Don Grommesh, Bill Lear’s employee No. 8, served as chief engineer, vice president of Learjet engineering and vice president and general manager of customer service. Credit: Learjet
Aircraft Overview: Bombardier Global 6500
The Global 6500 is a twin-engine, ultra-long-range-category business jet produced by Canadian manufacturer Bombardier.
Human Factors Training In The Real World, Part 3
Here's the learning needed to predict a snow surface and other practical instructions. Credit: Kimberly Henneman
From The Archives: Flying The Citation 10
Author and pilot David M. North writes abut his flying experience with the Citation 10 in two flights after the first was forced to return following a warning that appeared on the center multi-function display.
Take a look at the stories that made the headlines this week in the business aviation sector, including a video interview with Clay Lacy on the end of the line for Learjet, a three part series on training in the real world and some gems from the archive.