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EDM produces cabin crew sector infographic

Posted 23 June 2017 · Add Comment

Provider of training simulators to the civil aviation and defence sectors, EDM, announced today that it has produced the aviation industry's first infographic about the cabin crew sector.


Click here to download infographic

EDM’s infographic includes visual representations of useful facts and figures about airline cabin crew in an interesting and engaging way.

Some of the topics covered include the largest crews in the industry, the world’s safest airlines and the top-rated crew teams as voted for by passengers.

Some staggering statistics include the predicted growth in annual aircraft passenger journeys to seven billion by 2035 and the forecasted 814,000 new cabin crew needed to service this expansion in civil aviation.

"We continually research the major trends taking place within the aviation industry to help us maintain our competitive edge," said Tony Bermingham, Managing Director of EDM. "We wanted to share some of our findings with the wider airline community and hope that civil aviation professionals around the world will find our infographic useful."

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