Training by Airbus
Training backed by the manufacturer’s expertise
The priority of Training by Airbus is simple: ensuring its customers and their flight crews have the knowledge, skills and attitude necessary for safely and efficiently operating Airbus aircraft.
One-stop shop for all training needs
Airbus offers a comprehensive range of training courses covering five domains, which extend from entry-into-service through the entire lifecycle of the company’s market-leading products, and also focus on its customers’ personnel development.
Worldwide training availability
Training by Airbus is available where, when and how its customers need it – with a global network of locations and support staff around the world, and courses certified by the world’s major airworthiness authorities. For more information on Airbus’ global training network, see the dedicated page.
Training by Airbus’ offerings are approved by: The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA); the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC); the United Arab Emirates’ General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA); Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA); and Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA).
State-of-the-art training devices
Training by Airbus provides the latest devices and equipment for flight, maintenance and cabin crew training, including:
- Virtual aircraft walk-around
- Airbus cockpit experience trainer
- Airbus pilot transition trainer
- Level 2 flight training devices
- Full flight simulator
- Virtual comloc
- Airbus competence training
Cabin crew training
- Virtual cabin
- Flight attendant panel trainer
Did you know?
More than 300 courses are available in Airbus training catalogue, for all aircraft types and personnel profiles: pilots, cabin crew, flight operations and performance engineers, maintenance staff, structure and repair specialists
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