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Dynamic way to clear the training backlog

Posted 13 November 2020 · Add Comment

One problem facing everyone as coronavirus restrictions are lifted is operational currency for all aircrew – keeping vital skills up-to-date.

Blazing a trail: Fire simulation is all part of the training. Picture: Dynamic Advanced Training.

Yes, waivers have been issued by some authorities but, at some point, aircrew are going to need to return for ongoing proficiency training.

Dynamic Advanced Training, based at Dubai South in the Mohammed bin Rashid Aerospace Hub, is preparing for an influx of aircrew training.

This can cover all emergencies, from a hard landing to ditching on a stormy sea with injured, frail, or outsize passengers.

Dynamic’s cutting-edge facilities can even simulate a forced landing in a jungle or, at the other end of the scale, on a snow-covered freezing polar landscape.

“As restrictions are eased or gradually lifted, aircrew must return to the training centres to fulfil the temporarily waived training requirements, taking into consideration both the limited capacities and the physical distancing requirements,” said Dynamic operations director, Mark Kammer.

“Some air operators will find it challenging to cope with clearing the training backlog within the required periods. Outsourcing training may serve as an ideal opportunity to support air operators as they recover in a timely and cost-effective manner.”

Dynamic Advanced Training is GCAA accredited and a one-stop-shop aircrew training centre with the space and capacity to help both small and large airline operators, for both commercial and business jets, to achieve and retain regulatory compliance.

Its brand new facilities include:
• Full-motion cabin simulators with integrated cockpit and cabin visuals for commercial aircraft, ranging from A318 up to B777;
• Full-motion cabin simulators with integrated cockpit and cabin visuals for business jets including Gulfstream, Dassault Falcon, Global, Challenger, Legacy and Hawker;
• Door simulators with virtual reality for A350 and B787;
• Water survival pool with environmental effects (storm, rain, lightning, day or night);
• Survival simulators with environmental effects including jungle and polar; and a
• Hypoxia simulator.

Just as Arabian Aerospace was going to press, Dynamic Advanced Training received certification from the UAE’s General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) as an approved cabin crew training organisation.
 

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