What is “piloting best practice” these days?

If you are on the ops side of an airline or fractional ownership fleet, and you want to find out what currently constitutes piloting best practice, we can still take last minute bookings for Flight International’s Crew Management Conference in London staring 0900 on Monday next week.

Pilot Best Practice, the theme for the CMC this year, is not about Top Gun attributes. But  stick-and-rudder skills are part of it, even today. Do you know how to save fuel and stay safe?

If you want to learn the latest on that, and a load of other ways of being a dream pilot in the eyes of your airline, your passengers, the insurance industry, and even Friends of the Earth, you’d better be there with other like minded people.

Visit http://www.flightglobalevents.com/crewmanagement09 to find out what you’ll be missing if you don’t come.

Talk about cost/effective….!

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