in Aerospace

EDM to manufacture B737 Door Trainer for Jet2.com

Posted 19 May 2017 · Add Comment

EDM has been awarded a contract by Jet2.com to manufacture a B737 Door Trainer.



Above: EDM’s new B737 Door Trainer for Jet2.com will be installed at the airline’s crew training centre in Bradford, UK.

The Door Trainer will be used to train the UK airline’s cabin crew to become proficient in the safe operation of B737 aircraft doors including procedures for normal, abnormal and emergency scenarios.

The Door Trainer will incorporate a clutch system to simulate slide deployment with an associated slide inflation sound to add further realism to the training experience.

Once built at EDM’s manufacturing facility in Manchester, the new B737 Door Trainer will be shipped and installed at Jet2.com’s cabin crew training centre in Bradford, West Yorkshire. EDM has previously manufactured a B757 Door Trainer and B737 Overwing Exit Trainer for Jet2.com.

* required field

Post a comment

Other Stories
Advertisement
Latest News

SEA addressing feasibility of wireless maritime comms at UDT

SEA will be outlining how it is working to utilise wireless technology to fulfil next generation maritime communications requirements at the Underwater Defence Technology (UDT) Conference in Bremen next week (30 May - 1 June).

Shaun Ormrod leaves Farnborough International

Shaun Ormrod, the CEO of Farnborough International Limited (FIL), has announced his departure from the business.

Easyjet to launch its largest ever pilot recruitment drive

EasyJet will be launching a recruitment campaign at the beginning of next month called 'For the love of Flying' to attract up to 450 new pilots, in what will be the largest recruitment drive in the airline's history an increase on the

SITAONAIR to deliver data capture on Air France's Airbus aircraft

SITAONAIR and Air France today announced a new deal to deliver seamless aircraft data to Air France's top-flight operations and maintenance optimisation programmes.

EAN satellite shipped to spaceport

The satellite which will power Inmarsat's revolutionary European Aviation Network (EAN) has been shipped to the Guiana Space Centre in Kourou, French Guiana in preparation for launch in June.

Wizz Air commences flights from LJLA to Lublin

Wizz Air made its inaugural flight from Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) to the South Eastern Polish city of Lublin on Monday as its seventh destination from Liverpool, following the recent launch of their service to Craiova in

SMI FAVWS SK0504290617
See us at
SMI FAVWS BT0504290617SMI12DE BT203280917SMI AirMissBT0305251017DSEI LB0911150917SMIUAV BT1005280917