The state-of-the-art A320-321 neo Cabin Emergency Evacuation Trainer Simulatator device for Air Astana.
Skyart, a global manufacturer of reliable, high-quality cabin crew training devices that are compliant with ICAO and EASA standards and international requirements has been chosen as a supplier of fantastic cabin simulator devices to Air Astana. The Neo CEET cabin simulator device will be installed in Air Astana’s new training centre opening in 2023.
Airbus A320-321 Neo Cabin Emergency Evacuation Trainer;
The state-of-the-art Air Astana’a CEET device will enable the cabin crew to practice normal and abnormal situations in a realistic environment. The device will be equipped with functional main doors, overwing exits, cockpit, cabin interior, cabin crew stations, galleys, lavatories and the instructor operating station. The simulator will be raised on the static platform to provide actual door sill height supported with an evacuation slide for emergency landing drills.
A fully simulated A320-321 cockpit cabin will allow the cabin crew to make a practical training of “pilot in-capacitation” drill.
7 Functional doors and overwing exits (ceo&neo) with multi malfunctions simulate the door system operations both in normal and emergency conditions. All doors and windows in the cabin will be equipped with displays and flight simulations allow to create a realistic environment inside the device such as Ditching (emergency landing on water), crash landing, overrun, main collapse, nose collapse, rejected take off, rapid decompression, panic environment, engine fires, explosions, etc.. all these scenarios are supported by high-quality speakers and subwoofers.
Fire and smoke are the most dangerous situations in an aircraft. The cabin crew should be well prepared for these unexpected scenarios. We simulate artificial fire and smoke scenarios at various locations in the device. Cabin, overhead bin, lavatory and galley fire can be practised by using fire extinguishers and smoke hoods in the device.
A video system camera in various places in the cabin is installed to monitor the training session. All camera views will be recorded and played back for a debriefing from the screens in the cabin.