Monday, 9 February 2015

Defence IQ releases Military Flight Training Sector Report 2015

M-346 Master advanced trainer (Source: Alenia Aermacchi)

London, UK – Defence IQ, the leading online resource for military and defence news and analysis, announces the release of its annual Military Flight Training Sector Report 2014 - 2015. The report is split into two sections; Part I of the Report offers a consolidated outline of the world’s fixed-wing and rotary training aircraft, listing nation-by-nation inventories and requirements alongside future plans. Part II provides an analysis of exclusive data generated through a comprehensive survey of the military flight training community.

Grab a copy of the full report to find out what the priority attributes are for flight training in the next 10 years, the integration of simulation with live fly, key investment areas for the future and what the globally accepted rate of attrition is among flight training professionals.
As an exclusive feature of this year’s report, Defence IQ conducted a survey of the flight training community. Findings include: 
  • -        More than three quarters (77%) of military respondents indicated their current flight training systems will not be sufficient to meet requirements in the next 10-20 years.
  • -        The need to improve integration of simulated and live flying training was identified as the key priority for the flight training community over the next 10-20 years.
  • -        Almost exactly half of respondents (49%) suggested that 5-15% was the widely accepted attrition rate in undergraduate flying training.
  • -        Situational awareness and decision making was identified as the most important skill to succeed in 5th generation training.

The 54-page report has been coordinated with the forthcoming 14th Annual Military Flight Training event, which is set to take place on March 24-26 in London, UK. Download the agenda here ( to learn more about the event, which includes details about the speaker line-up including Air Vice Marshal Andrew Turner, Air Officer Commanding 22 (Training) Group, Royal Air Force and General Robin Rand, Commander, Air Education & Training Command, US Air Force.

Download the report here - 

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