JETSTREAM Aviation Training & Services has joined with Dynamic Advanced Training (DAT), at Dubai South, to provide comprehensive EASA-approved training for cabin crew.
Captain John Ntiskos, CEO Jetstream, and Mark Kammer, managing partner, Dynamic, signed the final agreement on the eve of the Dubai Airshow.
The EASA cabin crew initial training will use the full facilities of DAT for hyper-realistic hands-on training, including the temperature-controlled jungle survival and polar survival rooms, pool with wave and storm effects, and aircraft simulators, to lead to an EASA attestation.
John Ntiskos, CEO Jetstream said: “Dynamic has superb facilities and we have the EASA approved instructors, so it is an excellent partnership. With a choice of full motion aircraft simulators, including A330, Boeing 777, Boeing 737, and a private jet, we are able to train crew for both airline and VIP work. The initial cabin crew course takes 15 days, with type training and refresher training taking just a couple of days.”
The agreement will also cover pilots’ initial training in safety and emergency procedures (SEP).