What’s New with NATA Safety 1st Training?

Did you know that the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) was making changes to its Safety 1st Professional Line Service Training Program? NATA first announced that they would be making these updates in 2019. However, with how crazy 2020 was, you may not have been keeping up with all the exciting new features being introduced.…

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How NCI Can Help Your Military Transition

The only constant in life is change. Because transitions are inevitable, the best thing that anyone can do is to be prepared for change when it comes. For active-duty service members, the day will come when it’s time to take off the uniform and transition to civilian life. You’re still serving your country, but you’re…

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The Impact of COVID-19 on FAA Policies

COVID-19 has changed virtually every aspect of our lives, and air travel has been affected more than most industries. In the United States, all air transportation is overseen by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Read on to discover how the FAA has adapted to the realities of this global pandemic. SFAR 118 The impact of…

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The Aviation Maintenance Technician Shortage

There’s a worldwide shortage of aviation maintenance technicians, and it’s nothing new. For years, the aviation industry has been aware of the growing problem. According to a 2017 report by the Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA), this shortage could be costing the aircraft repair industry as much as 2 billion dollars per year. Although many…

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The Evolution of Aviation Maintenance

From the Wright Brothers’ first airplane to today’s Boeing 737, aviation has come a long way in the past 100 years. Where once there was wood and fabric to keep them aloft, aluminum and fiberglass are now the predominant materials, and the only fabric you’ll find is your seat. However, the building materials aren’t the…

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