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Spatial to exhibit Door Trainer at IATA Cabin Safety Conference

Posted 1 May 2018 · Add Comment

Spatial, a provider of cabin crew training simulators, is to exhibit an A320 Door Trainer at the IATA Cabin Operations Safety Conference next week.

 

The device will enable conference delegates to experience how cabin crew are comprehensively trained using Spatial’s A320 L1 Door Trainer and Overwing Exit. The Door Trainer has been tailor-made for Thai Flight Training and is expected to come into service at their Flight Training Academy later this month.

This year’s IATA Cabin Safety Conference is being held in Bangkok from 8-10 May and will bring together hundreds of cabin safety experts from airlines, regulatory agencies, governments, manufacturers and suppliers to discuss the airline industry’s key safety challenges. For more information regarding the conference, please click here.

Marc Van den Broucque, Managing Director at Spatial said: "We’re very much looking forward to showcasing our A320 Door Trainer for Thai Flight Training at next week’s IATA conference. This year’s event looks very well attended and we can’t wait to catch up with some of our clients and colleagues in Bangkok at what will surely be a valuable few days for the cabin safety industry.”

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