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Thai Flight Training enters A320 cabin crew training with Spatial door trainer

Posted 12 February 2018 · Add Comment

Thai Flight Training (TFT), a subsidiary of Thai Airways, recently ordered an Airbus A320 door trainer from UAE based Spatial. This will offer training on the L1 door and over wing exit and is equipped with Spatial’s door visuals system. The device is due to come into service in Q2 2018.

Prior to entering service, the device will be exhibited at the IATA Cabin Operations Safety Conference 2018, being held in Bangkok on May 8-10, 2018.

Marc Van den Broucque, managing director at Spatial said: “We are pleased to have been awarded this contract by TFT. Working closely together on this bespoke design, we have ensured that we can offer a well-equipped device at an attractive price to allow TFT to expand its operations further.”

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