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  • The Flightglobal Interactive map with useful content to help provide you with relevant and interesting articles about working in the various regions.
  • Flight International’s latest Training and Development Guide is your pocket-sized reference to the industry’s leading academies and other training services specialists. For airlines and professionals alike, it serves to both act as a planning tool for individuals on a personal level, as well as b...
  • Arthur White had the opportunity to lead a management buy-out at a small European airline subsidiary. He now plans to turn the soon-to-be Superjet 100 operator into a profitable and growing brand in its own right.
  • Dave Thompson has spent 21 years leading a 13-strong team of Dassault Falcon airframe mechanics at Duncan Aviation. His responsibilities involve scheduling, team building and ensuring quality levels are met
  • Rita Flaherty is vice-president of business development at Lockheed Martin Fire Control in Orlando, where she is committed to building strong, lasting relationships with the US armed forces, with which she once served.
  • An engineer by trade, Robert Wills is the owner and founder of Canada’s Airstart. The company supplies spare parts for the world’s commercial airlines, MRO and leasing firms – and a quick turnaround is critical for all
  • As owner services manager for NetJets Europe, Alexander Uitenbroek looks after French, German and Russianspeaking clients for the business aircraft fractional ownership provider, and manages tactical communications.
  • Considering a career in Operations? Here's everything you need to know about the roles, what the job involves, and what skills you need to be successful at the heart of an airline.

  • An interactive version of our guide on working in aviation in emerging regions such as China, South East Asia, and the Middle East.

  • The hub of information you'll need whether you are just considering taking up training to become a pilot or engineer, or been in the industry for years and want to keep up-to-date with the latest industry news.

  • Connect with world leading airlines without leaving your desk. Chat live with recruiters. Log on when it suits you.
  • Interviews are becoming more demanding, as recruiters search for the right balance of both technical and interpersonal skills. Such pressures have led to the rise of the obscure, or “curveball”, question, which is thrown at applicants to test their resilience.
  • So, you want a job with an airline. Engineers are no less important than pilots to an airline and face a similarly challenging training process.
  • Aerospace veteran Brittney Miculka promotes comprehensive aviation education solutions in her new role at Redbird Flight Simulations, where she heads up the ImagineFlight initiative – a flight school trade organisation.
  • Jannie de Klerk is international operations manager for National Airways Corporation, providing charter, sales and leased fixed-wing aircraft and rotorcraft from Pretoria – and sometimes dealing with unhelpful authorities.
  • The Flying Scholarship scheme gave Tom Perry an early passion for aviation, and he continues to call on that today as he leads sales efforts for Textron Aviation’s iconic Beechcraft and Cessna brands in Europe.
  • Industry veteran Jeffrey Lowe helps aircraft owners get the most for their money as managing director of Asian Sky Group in Hong Kong, but his experience also includes time spent in engineering, interiors, sales and more.
  • President and founder of Atlanta-based Amjet Aviation Scott Rogers works as a business jet broker and advisor, and has completed transactions in more than 35 countries for a range of corporate and high-net-worth clients.
  • Having entered the industry with Bell Helicopter almost 12 years ago in a structural research role, engineer Dave Dennison has advanced to become assembly line manager for its 525 programme, in Amarillo, Texas.
  • An aviation enthusiast from an early age, Professor of Aviation John Bridewell is in demand as the leader of UAS research at the University of North Dakota, working to enhance training efforts for military and commercial use