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UPRT

The technological sophistication achieved by commercial aviation has allowed a large part of the pilots’ workload to fall on computerised systems, which allows for greater reliability, immediacy of response and greater comfort during flight. Implementing new technologies and knowing how to adapt to them is essential, just as it is essential that they have the right resources to deal with any situation when a failure occurs. For this reason, since April 2019, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has made it mandatory for all pilots engaged in commercial aviation to hold a UPRT rating. The UPRT (Upset Prevention and Recovery Training) course has been taught at EAS Barcelona since 2018, being the first ATO (Aviation School) to receive authorisation from EASA to teach this course in Spain.

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Historia de Boeing

The history of Boeing begins on July 15, 1916, when a company called Pacific Aero Products Co. is established in Seattle (USA). At that time the company was nothing more than a small factory of seaplanes and aeronautical parts located by the Duwamish River. Read more

Titanes de la aviación - Airbus

This May, Airbus will celebrate 51 years of activity, going from being a nascent beginner to one of the giants of the aeronautical industry. Read more

The EasyJet airline and the manufacturer Airbus work together for the arrival of the electric or hybrid aircraft. The two companies have signed a memorandum of understanding to analyze the opportunities and challenges that this type of aircraft can have that will undoubtedly be more sustainable than the current ones.

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