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FlightSafety delivers in-depth, professional cabin attendant crew member training you’d expect from the world leader in aviation training. Through scenario-based cabin safety exercises in the classroom and in specialized training devices, crewmembers acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to efficiently manage any situation, routine or emergency.

Access training at our Learning Centers in Dallas, Texas; Long Beach, California; Paris-Le Bourget, France; Savannah, Georgia; and Teterboro, New Jersey. Courses meet FAR 91, 125, most 135 and NBAA, EBAA, and IS-BAH best practices.


Corporate Cabin Attendant

FlightSafety’s initial and recurrent Corporate Cabin Attendant training provides a combination of interactive classroom instruction and hands-on experience, producing crew members who confidently demonstrate expertise in every aspect of their responsibilities.

Full-scale corporate cabin trainers – with smoke and audio capabilities – simulate a lifelike cabin environment, providing optimum conditions for integrated safety and service training scenarios.

In addition to our full-scale cabin trainers, emergency training is conducted in state-of-the-art facilities that include pools, rafts, emergency slides, fire trainers, rescue hoists and various other equipment that provides a realistic training experience. Online training is also available through our eLearning courses.

Corporate General Emergency

We created our customizable Corporate General Emergency training specifically to address the emergency training needs of corporate flight operations, regardless of size or situation. Pilots, engineers, maintenance technicians and cabin crewmembers all benefit from our comprehensive courses, which address the emergency training needs of corporate flight operations.

Executive Emergency Training

FlightSafety offers Executive Emergency training tailored to business aircraft passengers. Training options include a wide variety of emergency situations using onboard emergency equipment such as fire extinguishers, aircraft exits, oxygen equipment, life vests and life rafts. Participants also gain a basic understanding of aircraft systems, focused on your aircraft and equipment.