2018 VVE Certificates handed out at PATTS

For the second year, a competition in VV Enroute was conducted at PATTS College of Aeronautics as part of annual Foundation Day celebrations.

The contest was hotly contested, and was won by Aryan Sombilon Delloson (pictured below, centre), who was presented his award by Engr. Joy Cosme G. Amores, Jr. Chairperson, BS Air Transportation (left) and Engr. Lorenzo L. Naval, Jr. VP for Academic Affairs (right).

Aryan Sombilon Delloson receives first prize at the PATTS VVE Competition 2018


The second and third prizes were awarded to Andrew Estos Pedroso and Luis Duamel Aguero Duque respectively (pictured below).


Andrew Estos Pedroso receives second prize at the PATTS VVE Competition 2018.

Luis Duamel Aguero Duque receives third prize at the PATTS VVE Competition 2018.

GCAA Abu Dhabi Trainees take to VV Enroute

GCAA trainees vector aircraft around a complex maze

A group of trainees from GCAA Abu Dhabi have made use of the VV Enroute training course as part of their introductory surveillance training conducted by Airways Training in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Over three days this week, the trainees developed strong formative skills in radar vectoring, scanning, conflict detection and task management.

VVE Competition at PATTS

The academic staff at PATTS College of Aeronautics have run a competition to identify the best practitioner of radar control skills as taught in the VV Enroute training course.

Their instructor, Sed Hendrix Tan, is pictured (leftmost) with the winners (left to right), Luis Duamel Duque Aguero, Eric Dela Cruz Pada Jr and Eugene Abrigo Merle.

Visual Vectoring congratulates all the winners and participants and hope that their experience with VVE has been instructive and fun.

VVE in use for Abu Dhabi trainees

The VV Enroute (VVE) Course is being used for students from GCAA Abu Dhabi.

VV Visits Airways, September 2016

These students are undertaking introductory ICAO 054/055 training at Airways New Zealand's training facilities in Christchurch.

VVE is being used as a means of refining vectoring skills prior to the students undertaking field training in the very busy airspace of the Middle East.