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  • ENAC: two new Masters for aero executives

    The French National School of Civil Aviation (ENAC) has just added two additional courses to their curriculae. One is a Masters in aircraft maintenance, the other in airlines operations. Both are open to people already employed.

  • Electronics engineers contribute to aviation safety

    Applications to the ENAC (French national school of civil aviation) electronics engineers entry exam close on 18 February. The profession is multi-faceted and contributes to aviation safety.

  • The most watched 2015 video reports in the employment category

    aeronewstv is offering the possibility of viewing, or re-viewing, five of the most watched 2015 aviation video reports in the employment category.

  • ENAC gets a facelift

    After that of Montpellier (southern France), the additions to the National School of Civil Aviation premises in Toulouse, consisting of a new building for students and staff is well under way.

  • A closer look at a little known engineering training course

    The profession of Engineer in Air Traffic Safety Electronics is little known. Being responsible for installing, checking and developing aeronautical equipment related to Air Traffic safety, the IESSA is indispensable and ENAC trains thirty each year.

  • Volta: the all electric helicopter’s first flight in view

    Volta, the first all electrically powered and manned conventional helicopter, should make its first test flight in less than a fortnight. In an ENAC (French National School of Civil Aviation) workshop we went to watch the final adjustments being carried out.

  • Aircraft cockpit development using a "disposable" concept

    On 18 November, the French National School of Civil Aviation (ENAC) hosted the Aeronautics and sustainable development forum. On this occasion, the highlight was an interactive model designed to accelerate the design of new aircraft instruments.

  • Reconciling air transport with sustainable development

    Just before the COP 21/CMP 11 (2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference) in Paris, the French National Civil Aviation School (ENAC) will be organizing the first Aeronautics and Sustainable Development conference.

  • ENAC launches aeronautical engineering degree in Hong Kong

    Next September, the French National School of Civil Aviation (ENAC) and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) will offer a joint Master of Science in Aeronautic Engineering. Two courses are offered.

  • ENAC instructor is World Precision Flying Champion

    Meet Damien Vadon an ENAC (the French National School of Civil Aviation) instructor and the world precision flying champion, who at 36, trains student pilots and instructors in teaching the discipline.

  • Aircraft and UAV’s priority: detection and avoidance

    To avoid drones and airplanes colliding, research is being intensified to try and establish concrete solutions to the problem. The French national school of civil aviation together with a drone manufacturer have even made it one of their priorities.

  • Paper ‘plane championship arrives at ENAC

    The very serious French national school of civil aviation (ENAC) in Toulouse, south western France, was recently transformed into a paper ‘plane airport. This qualifying stage of the Red Bull Paper Wings, in fact began in early February in the ENAC gymnasium. The competitors had to fly their ‘planes over the longest distance, the longest time, or produce the most acrobatic manœuvres possible.

  • ENAC : two new diplomas recognized

    ENAC : two new diplomas recognized

  • Democratization of the profession of pilot

    Democratization of the profession of pilot


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