Aircare Solutions Group has developed a critical incident response program it plans to offer to the business aviation community at no charge. The company is offering this because it believes mental health-related trauma surrounding catastrophic events, especially those involving loss of life, can significantly reduce a person’s ability to function at work and play if not dealt with quickly.
In 1982, HBAcorp psychologist Dr. Beau Altman, along with Chrysler Pentastar captains Tony Adamski and Grady Lefler, flight attendant Judi Ketchum and military survival trainer Morgan Smith conceived the first cabin safety training program exclusively for business and corporate aviation. In 1998 Dr. Altman sold the company to Dr. Doug Mykol, who renamed AirCare Solutions Training as Facts, a name that has become almost synonymous with cabin safety training.
Scholarship awards may have been the headliner for the annual Women in Corporate Aviation (WCA) NBAA luncheon, but networking was definitely the theme of what is becoming one of the more prominent little meetings taking place within this one big meeting of some of the best minds and creative energy in business aviation today.
Aircare Solutions Group of Olympia, Wash. announced the launch of AircarePlus, a new safety recognition program for charter companies, and a new tool for the advanced in-flight assessment of passenger and crew medical needs.
The deadline for any business aviation professional to apply for one of eight aviation-related scholarships sponsored by Women in Corporate Aviation (WCA) International is this Sunday. The various scholarships include training at Aircare Facts, Gulfstream, MedAire and Universal Weather & Aviation, among others. Applicants can be either male or female. Scholarship winners will be announced on October 31 at the annual WCA luncheon held during the NBAA Convention in Orlando, Fla.
Aircare Solutions Group’s training courses in crewmember emergency procedures are now available to business-aircraft operators, pilots, flight attendants, maintenance technicians and flight engineers based in Europe. Announced at last year’s EBACE show, the Aircare Facts Training program is provided through regularly scheduled safety events at a fixed-base training center in Amsterdam, where six such courses are planned for this year.
AirCare Solutions Group of Olympia, Wash., announced last month at the NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference it will begin offering a new flight attendant service training module with its regularly scheduled Facts crewmember training classes.