Cabin Crew Archives - Page 49 of 50 - Civil Aviation Training

Beyond Protecting the Flight Deck

Group editor Marty Kauchak highlights developments in the training programs designed to prepare federal air marshals and flight attendants to maintain a secure flight cabin environment. The flight cabin remains a dynamic, challenging security...  Read more

ICAO Regional Symposia

In 2013, ICAO, with the cooperation of Member States, will organize regional symposia which will be generously hosted by civil aviation authorities and TRAINAIR PLUS members. The regional symposia will build on the success of the Next Generation of...  Read more


MINT Software Systems and ASTech have agreed to collaborate on the development of an interface between MINT’s TMS and ASTech’s GEMS. MINT TMS is a Compliance & Training Management System for record keeping, as well as scheduling pilot, cabin...  Read more

SIA Cabin Crew

Singapore Airlines (SIA) has signed Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) with three Singapore-based polytechnics, offering training and employment for new flight attendants. The MoUs, signed with Nanyang Polytechnic, Republic Polytechnic and Tamasek...  Read more

Door Trainer

RP Aero Systems has been awarded a contract by British Airways to manufacture and install a Boeing 787 door trainer at their Training Centre in Cranebank, near Heathrow, UK. The trainer will consist of a 1L main door with crew attendant seat, EDW dimming...  Read more