Spatial welcomes another door trainer and cabin service trainer order for the Airbus A320 family with new customer S7 Airlines

Spatial, the world’s leading provider of cabin crew simulators, has entered a new partnership with S7  to manufacture and deliver a cabin service trainer and door trainer for the Airbus A320 family.

Once complete, the Cabin Service Trainer (CST) will provide a full cabin mockup enabling all of S7’s trainees to become fully proficient with the service procedures onboard the A320.

Alongside the CST, the door trainer will provide training on the A321 family Type C mid cabin exit and semi-automatic over wing exit. This will then enable crew to be proficient in the handling of both the legacy and next generation A321 mid cabin exits.

Henry Robertson, Managing Director at Spatial said: “We are glad to have the opportunity to work with the second largest airline in Russia. S7 Airlines is a highly ambitious organization, and we look forward to delivering these high-end devices to them to allow them to meet their current and future training needs “

Svetlana Kulyukina, Director of Customer Experience department at S7 Airlines said: “Our company is fully focused on providing high quality service to its clients. That’s why we implement best case-studies and technologies provided by Spatial in our training process.”

Source: See Spatial Press Release here.

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