Advanced Aircrew Academy added to USAIG Performance Vector

A catalog of 60 training modules will support business aviation operators.

USAIG President and CEO John Brogan
USAIG President and CEO John Brogan introduces the new training modules.USAIG

USAIG, a leading aviation-specific insurance provider, announced today at the National Business Aviation Association's Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) that a Training Program Support Package from Advanced Aircrew Academy (AAA) has been added to its Performance Vector safety initiative. This initiative enables eligible policyholders to select annually from a diverse portfolio of training and safety-enhancing services delivered by world-class providers.

The Training Program Support Package from AAA enables flight operations to fulfill their flight department training needs in the most efficient and affordable way, in any location at any time. Modules for professional pilot, flight attendant, flight coordinator, and maintenance are delivered via the web using an online aviation training system.

“Turbine aircraft operators require regular and updated training,” said AAA CEO and founding partner Dan Boedigheimer. “AAA sets itself apart from the competition by offering up-to-the-minute informational developments and demands. Most company training modules are updated annually or even less often. AAA’s subject matter experts are updating the training every week, which presents a significant benefit to turbine aircraft operators.”

AAA offers a comprehensive catalog of more than 60 General Operating Subject training modules that support business aviation operators by satisfying Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO), and Business Aviation Safety Consortium (BASC) training requirements.

“Advanced Aircrew Academy is a natural and great fit within our Performance Vector Program,” said USAIG President and CEO John Brogan. “A comprehensive and professional review of a flight operation’s training needs and practices is a strategically minded step with huge upside for strengthening operational safety and culture. It’s the kind of enhancement to ongoing safety initiatives that our policyholders have found especially valuable in the Performance Vector program, and we’re delighted Advanced Aircrew Academy’s expert services are now accessible as an option there.”

Attendees at NBAA-BACE will find USAIG in the Central Hall, booth #C8119 and AAA in the North Concourse, booth N5810.