Cabin Crew Virtual/Augmented Reality Training


Today’s cost-conscious airlines, government/defence departments & business jet operators are able to save money with Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) aviation training. One of the most effective areas to apply this training is in Cabin Crew operations. Why?

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Using VR/AR, operators using training developed by Avietra & integrated by Xflash Systems are able to reduce, or even eliminate the need for physical aircraft mockups for a number of training scenarios, including;

Emergency Evacuations; These scenarios reproduce those aspects of an emergency that cannot be simulated in the real-world, for example; a crowd of passengers during a fire. In this way, the trainee can practice tasks such as crowd control in the evacuation and become familiar with stressful situations, with feedback generated on their performance

Door Operations; All arming/disarming, opening/closing procedures in different environments (airport, ditching at sea, emergency landing in open field) and the possible faults (slide not deploying, not inflating, power assist failure…)

Fire Extinguishing; Familiarization with the equipment (gloves, mask, types of extinguisher), and application to different scenarios such as; galley, lavatory, passenger PED)

Cabin Familiarization; This can introduce the trainee to all the basic required knowledge regarding location and purpose of the different parts such as: exits, stowage compartments, passenger seat (movement of various parts: tray table, reclining, armrest), jump seat (movable sitting, compartment), Handset, Food Trolley/cart, Oxygen Cylinder and Mask, Crash Axe, Emergency Medical Kit (EMK), Flashlight, Adult Life Vest, Fire Extinguisher (Halon), Fire Extinguisher (Water), Megaphone, Gloves, Smoke hood, Lavatory

Galley Familiarization; This can introduce the trainee to the basic required knowledge regarding Galley parts (Oven, Beverage Maker, Galley Container…) and their purpose

Unruly Passenger; this is to familiarize the trainee with what to say to an unruly passenger, based on scripts chosen by your airline in which at every step, the trainee can choose among a set of different responses and see the reactions of the passenger

Security Search; Inspecting the cabin, looking for suspicious items

Pre-boarding and Pre-Flight Cabin Checks; getting the aircraft ready to receive passengers

Please note: we would recommend your airline choose only one or two of the above as a first project, to introduce VR gradually for some tasks, and later refine and extend to other tasks). Xflash / Avietra assist you with integrating this training into your current operation, as well as assist & help obtain the necessary EASA/FAA/other regulatory approvals.

Suggested next step; book a 30-60 minute online presentation using the contact form link below, to answer any queries you might have & show you some additional demo videos of today’s VR/AR training, in use.

Please CLICK HERE to contact XFLASH Systems (select Aviation Visual & Training Aids from drop-down list) for more info, details or assistance you may require and we’ll be happy to help you, right away! Direct Email: help [at] xflashsystems.com

Suggested next step; book a 30-60 minute online presentation using the contact form link below, to answer any queries you might have & show you some additional demo videos of today’s VR/AR training, in use.

Please CLICK HERE to contact XFLASH Systems (select Aviation Visual & Training Aids from drop-down list) for more info, details or assistance you may require and we’ll be happy to help you, right away! Direct Email: help [at] xflashsystems.com

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