SAAIR - developed for the strict selection process for military pilots - now available for use in civil aviation
Cognitive abilities, attention, sensomotoric abilities and personality factors play an important role in determining the aptitude of pilots - especially for coping with critical situations.
The test set SAAIR has been adapted to the demanding requirements of military aviation and optimized for use in commercial airlines. SAAIR consists of standardised performance and personality tests that can be used individually or in combination.
Find the most suitable pilots with SAAIR and maximize the effectiveness of your recruiting budget at the same time through resource-efficient testing!
The SAAIR test set includes the following dimensions and tests to clarify relevant performance and personality factors in the psychological field
|Dimensions||Tests||Length in minutes|
|Logical reasoning||INSBAT||approx. 31|
|Numerical ability||INSBAT||ca. 40|
|Spatial visualization ability||A3DW||approx. 29|
|Stress tolerance, reactive||DT||approx. 6|
|Focused attention||SIGNAL||approx. 25|
|Vigilance - Aviation||VIGIL||approx. 28|
|Eye-hand coordination||SMK||approx. 10|
|Emotional stability||BFSI||approx. 1|
|Total duration if all dimensions are presented:||approx. 187|
The SAAIR test set is a standardized aptitude test for pilots, consisting of performance and personality tests. It covers flight safety relevant aspects of personality and cognitive performance. This aptitude test was validated with regard to predictive ability on the flight simulator and was thus adapted to the needs of civil and military aviation. The SAAIR test set covers three main areas:
- the candidate selection of civil and military pilots,
- the pre-selection of candidates for a flight simulator examination, and
- the regular aptitude assessment of pilots.
The aptitude test can be applied not only to pilots of aircraft but also to helicopter pilots, airship pilots and pilots of air sports equipment. Thus you do not only test the aptitude but also the potential of future applicants. Make the right choice and reduce the effort of the selection process as well as the time, mental and physical strain of the pilots.