Virtual Reality Airplane Cabin Crew Training

Virtual Reality Prepares Cabin Crews Effectively

Cabin crews are responsible for passenger lives, and virtual reality training can allow them to be properly prepared for nearly any situation that can occur during a flight.

Training for a flight crew traditionally happens through a mix of classroom instruction, aircraft visits and scenarios practiced on different types of cabin simulators.

In our VR Airplane training, we replicate a cabin interior in a detailed manner. In this simulated environment, a cabin crew can efficiently learn the basic structure of an airplane and interact with its doors, appliances, fire extinguishers, seat belts, and numerous other cabin elements.

Designed for the Military University of Aviation in Poland, in each scenario a trainee can practice, configure the probability of issues and record and repeat training outcomes. What’s else, our being able to customize the training to the needs of the trainee effectively makes our VR training more useful and more personalized.

In an industry that is increasingly cost-conscious, the benefits are considerable. Our immersive training can reduce costs and bring improvements not just in the way training can be delivered. It can also allow different training features that are not possible in real aircraft. For instance, emergency situations and different cabin layouts.

Our VR educational experience for a flight crew has the potential to augment the existing training, decrease instruction time and be delivered in a practical training environment.


Military University of Aviation in Dęblin, Poland


VR Training
3D Modelling



For training cabin and flight deck crews, airlines often use so-called hard simulators to accurately replicate real aircraft. Their primary job is to prepare cabin crew, flight deck, and pilots for all kinds of emergent situations. And, to learn every aspect of the aircraft.

Today, airlines must provide their cabin crews with effective and efficient training. Likewise, the cost is significant and training centers are limited. Plus, there is the need for a physical simulator cabin, longer instruction time, aircraft downtime and the use of ground support.

Further, airlines must improve the quality of their training. Simultaneously, they must lower time and cost versus the traditionally centralized, expensive training that’s hardware-based.

This is where virtual reality technology can be more effective than traditional educational materials. VR Airplane Training can be used for obtaining learning, knowledge retention and transfer, engagement, efficiency, error prevention, and personal resilience.

Indeed, with VR trainees can sharpen their skills without worrying about real-world consequences.

Overall, these are a few of the features that make VR training beneficial to the airline industry. In addition, as the technology evolves, more immersive training solutions will emerge. Ultimately, these will allow airline personnel to train faster, better and cheaper than ever before.


We created this virtual reality training for flight crews in collaboration with the Lotnicza Akademia Wojskowa (Military University of Aviation) in Dęblin, Poland.

Our high-fidelity VR experience generates a powerful sense of realism in a learning experience. Further, it was designed specifically as procedural training for cabin crew members of an Airbus A321 aircraft. The purpose of this simulated training is to mirror the detailed operational environment. In turn, this allows trainees to develop knowledge and skills in dealing with real-world aircraft scenarios.

Plus, in a job that requires a high degree of responsibility and specialization, each learner must complete an inspection of the entire cabin. They must identify faults in equipment, dangerous objects, and hazards.

Our unique virtual reality training solution complements theoretical training with practical experience. Also, it improves the learning journey and reinforces critical knowledge points.

Each trainee must interact with different virtual elements throughout the cabin such as doors and seats as well fire extinguishers and appliances, depending on the training scenario.

Learners can also repeat training tasks and at the end of each training, a learner can receive instant feedback to assess their strengths and weaknesses.

A part of what we do is design and create interactive training modules which offer new pathways for improved outcomes in high-proficiency training. Our immersive training modules ensure that the training can be provided to employees at any location and on any VR-enabled device.

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