Archive for April, 2016

Bogus EAMTC emails - Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

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infoWERK i-news EXTRA - Tuesday, April 26th, 2016

Peak Pacific and infoWERK sign partnership agreement to expand aviation eLearning market

Hong Kong-based Learning and Learning Technology provider, Peak Pacific, and Austrian-based Aviation eLearning and Technology company, infoWERK, have signed a partnership agreement to expand the market for aviation eLearning content products. The partnership aims at global cooperation between the two aviation eLearning organisations and will enable both parties to take a complete solution set to their respective markets. With this agreement, customers of both companies will have access to a library of more than 150 courses designed and developed by aviation domain subject matter experts.0CZUR5ZFW-khE0QvNEsLlMvaAyC62VXUeAMoTI5aEJY

Hans-Joerg Lotter, CEO and President of infoWERK, opined, “We are very pleased with this opportunity to cooperate with Peak Pacific. We have a significant presence in the aviation world, while Peak Pacific is an established and major player in learning and learning technology solutions for aviation across Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa. Peak Pacific’s coverage from their hubs in Hong Kong, UK, Singapore, and India will enable infoWERK to grow its eLearning content business at a global level. The partnership will also enable us to take Peak Pacific’s new-age aviation content offerings to our European customers. infoWERK see this new cooperation as a significant step forward not only to reduce cultural and economic distances, but also to optimize operating costs, increase the operating output and sustain a competitive advantage for future customers.”

Kishor Mistry, Peak Pacific Founder and CEO, commented: “The partnership with infoWERK is very much in-line with our long-term philosophy of strategic alignment with domain experts in aviation training content. As a European leader in the aviation eLearning sector, infoWERK owns a content portfolio which is extensive and will enhance the profile of our joint solutions and develop our ability to offer a complete content solution for our mutual customers encompassing platform, system, process, management and learning content. This is a fantastic opportunity for both companies to grow market share in the aviation eLearning business and a huge benefit for aviation customers looking for a quality solution.”


A330 B1&B2 combined course needed - Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

myTECHNIC requires an A330 (RR Trent + PW4000 engines) Combined B1&B2 Theoretical & Practical training course this summer.

Participant number : 18-20 trainees

The training is to take place in MYT’s facilities (SAW-Istanbul).

Parties interested in providing this training should contact the Training Manager, Mr. Umit Kus ( ) as soon as possible.myTECHNIC_Logo

Icelandair signs agreement for MINT TRMS implementation - Saturday, April 16th, 2016

Kiel, 14.04.2016 – MINT Software Systems is announcing a service agreement with Icelandair for the delivery of the MINT Training and Resource Management System (MINT TRMS) for the management of their flight crew and technical training.

Icelandair training managers have carefully evaluated the market of available software products for the administration of the new Icelandair Training and Simulator Center, which the airline opened in late 2015. After some months of assessment and in-depth testing, Icelandair has now selected the unrivaled, state-of-the-art MINT Training and Resource Management System MINT TRMS as training platform for their brand new training center.

The agreement includes the delivery of MINT TRMS and the MINT Learning Management System (LMS) component, that allows the “anytime, anywhere” access to learning content and system administration. It simplifies and optimizes the management of instructor allocation (roster synchronization), classroom distribution, planning of flight simulators sessions (in‐ house and 3rd party services), student allocation (with full roster synchronization) and the planning of other training assets, such as the airline’s first own state-of-the-art B757 Full Flight Simulator and the new, fully-featured emergency training mockup for cabin crew emergency training.

“With MINT TRMS we have found a comprehensive and fully integrated end-to-end solution that provides the best possible answer to all of our requirements.” explains Guðni Ingólfsson, Director Crew Training at Icelandair. “The proven solution will effectively support the ongoing growth of our organization and we will particularly benefit of the upcoming unique standard integration with Sabre® AirCentreTM Crew Control, which will provide significant benefits to the crew planner through improved crew qualification management and data consistency”, he adds.

Valgeir Rúnarsson, Training Manager of Icelandair Technical Training complements: “We have not only selected MINT because of its powerful and extremely flexible solution, but we also wanted to find a reliable partner with many years of experience in the field that can effectively support us during implementation and productive use of the solution.”

The agreement with Icelandair comprises the complete MINT TRMS solution for training scheduling, record management, e-grading, e-learning, in-depth reporting and analysis capabilities, as well the integration to Sabre® AirCentreTM Crew Control.

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