KLM has announced exciting plans for a new building within its cabin crew training centre at Schipol Aiport in Amsterdam, with the installation of two new cabin trainers on the cards. It is hoped the the new building will be in place by 2018 when the two new cabin trainers that are currently out to tender can then be located in this building. An order will shortly be made for two new cabin emergency evacuation trainers; a Boeing 737 static trainer and a Boeing 777 trainer on a motion platform. The existing cabin training centre will remain and will house the extensive range of door and girt trainers that the airline currently uses, giving more space for training. Keep an eye on future issues of Cabin Safety Update to discover who wins the bid to manufacture the two new trainers.
Cabin Safety Update Editor, Sarah-Jane Prew, will be involved in the organisation of this event, which will be held at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, UK on 18th April 2018. The event is being hosted jointly between the Wales Anti-Slavery Leadership Group and IATA and is designed to bring together airports, airlines and law enforcement […]