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Corporate Cabin Attendant Training – FAA-Approved Training

FAA-Approved Training

FlightSafety’s Cabin Safety training programs for aircraft crews are designed for 14 CFR Part 91 operators but are taught at the Part 135 level of responsibility. Modification to meet the requirements of other regulatory authorities or operational parts is available.

  • Aircraft Exits and Systems
  • Applicable Regulations
  • Aviation Orientation and Terminology
  • Aviation Weather
  • Surface Contamination
  • Business Protocol
  • Corporate Cabin Service
  • Crewmember Incapacitation
  • Crew Resource Management
  • Decompression and High-Altitude Physiology
  • Ditching, Evacuation and Firefighting Drills
  • Survival Equipment
  • Ditching/Water Landing
  • Emergency Equipment
  • Firefighting Procedures
  • Hazardous Material Recognition
  • Hijacking and Security
  • Illness and Injury
  • Passenger Safety Briefing
  • Previous Aircraft Accidents/Incidents
  • Routine Crewmember Duties and Procedures
  • Service Procedures and Safe Food Handling
  • Time Conversions
  • Weather Conditions