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The Aircraft Cabin Safety Briefing

06 Dec 2013 | safety | Comments: Off | Viewed 1403 times.

The Aircraft Cabin Safety Briefing

For your comfort and safety.... A small statement about your cabin crew that is so often overlooked by passengers busy travelling the world in modern air travel. For approximately every 50 passengers there is a requirement for at least one cabin crew member who is not only there to look after passengers but to manage any emergency situation that may occur. Always demonstrated on departure, the inflight safety briefing is a legal requirement for airlines and a quick look around the cabin during the briefing can often reveal mixed attention from passengers..... Full Story

Easy low cost aircraft cabin kits to transform training classrooms

05 Jul 2013 | product | Comments: Off | Viewed 18649 times.

Easy low cost aircraft cabin kits to transform training classrooms

While aircraft type training and emergency evacuation training (CEET) mock ups are specialised and complex crew training solutions, other areas of flight attendant training can be made more realistic by simply recreating the interior or part interior of an aircraft cabin. All you need are the relevant aircraft cabin fittings and getting these just got much simpler and very cost effective thanks to our new range of aircraft training cabin kits..... Full Story

Aircraft cabin SEP safety equipment for training or flight operations

19 Oct 2012 | product | Comments: Off | Viewed 1901 times.

Aircraft cabin SEP safety equipment for training or flight operations.

Training with accurate equipment, whether replica or original items, is a vital part of airline flight attendant training and recurrent training. Familiarisation with larger Type items, such as aircraft doors and escape chutes, as well as the emergency SEP equipment carried onboard the aircraft can make the difference between evacuating a cabin safely and in under the 90 seconds that are required, or not..... Full Story

Replacement neck seals for cabin crew training PBE smoke hoods

02 Aug 2012 | product | Comments: Off | Viewed 1899 times.

Aviation cabin crew training equipment and systems from Cabin Crew Safety

Crew training PBE , like an aircraft training slide raft, offer a ruggedised replica of the original emergency equipment carried aboard aircraft. As an exact replica crew can familiarise themselves with the equipment and for the operating airline or academy the ability to sterilise, clean, repair and replace key components means reduced replacement costs and extended operational life..... Full Story

Cabin Services New Flight Attendant Carts

04 Oct 2011 | product | Comments: Off | Viewed 2519 times.

Aviation cabin crew training equipment and systems from Cabin Crew Safety

Following increased demand cabincrewsafety.com has today announced that they have increased their stock holding of airline in flight services carts, for supply into cabin crew training establishments. Ideal for both stand-alone Cabin Services Training or for populating aircraft galley areas in cabin training mock-ups, these increased stocks of ex-airline flight attendant service trolleys now include:.... Full Story

Aircraft Cabin amp SEP smoke solutions

10 Nov 2010 | systems | Comments: Off | Viewed 1529 times.

Aviation cabin crew training equipment and systems from Cabin Crew Safety

It's been a busy couple of weeks in the cabin safety world! Last week came the first reports of the engine fire aboard the Quantas Airbus A380 and following on this week, BBC news reports 'Singapore Airlines has announced that it will change the engines on three of its 11 Airbus A380 planes.', followed a day later by 'Boeing has halted test flights of its long-delayed 787 Dreamliner after smoke in the cockpit forced an emergency landing'. Those in the aviation industry must be wondering quite what next!.... Full Story

Retractable cabin oxygen training system offers aircraft realism with minimised costs

26 Sep 2010 | product | Comments: Off | Viewed 2997 times.

Aviation cabin crew training equipment and systems from Cabin Crew Safety

The next generation of cabin oxygen deployment and recall systems has this week passed its initial factory trials. While not a new product the cabin oxygen training system, which deploys cabin oxygen masks and then retracts and stows them ready for the next crew training session has undergone some key modifications to make it easier to run and maintain without comprising reliability..... Full Story

Recycled aircraft cabin equipment scheme provides an environmentally friendly alternative for airlines

02 Aug 2010 | company | Comments: Off | Viewed 1296 times.

Aviation cabin crew training equipment and systems from Cabin Crew Safety

Scrapping ageing aircraft is a long and costly process for airlines and with greater economies for newer, more efficient models, airlines are retiring more aircraft than ever. Whether giving up a passenger role and moving to freight or retiring altogether this presents airlines with the environmental operation of scrapping components..... Full Story

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