Europe Crew Academy
Komplex kialakítása egy általános személy szállító repülőgép utas fedélzetének és a hozzá kapcsolódó funkcióknak.

For the Europe Crew Academy.


Our client's objective is to reintroduce quality flight attendant training to applicants in Hungary. To achieve this goal, the client asked for our help, mainly due to our past flight simulator building experience.

What was the task:

Our primary task was to design the training room. The course is quite practice-oriented, so we had to forget about the traditional classroom setting. What our client had in mind was a full fuselage model using original aircraft parts and equipments, which serves as a training venue. During the training, they wanted the exercises and presentations to be carried out in this cabin model, so our chief goal was to design a fully functional and genuine-looking fuselage.

How did we begin:

We began with an evaluation and consultation process to get a clear vision of the requirements. Our client had previously purchased certain elements from the fuselage, and other parts that are of crucial importance from the training point of view: for example, the kitchen, where the flight attendants prepare and serve the meals. We assessed the operational readiness of these elements, and discussed a few other engineering and construction requirements and possibilities related to the training room. After providing our detailed offer to the client, we came to an agreement, and started working immediately.

What were the top priorities:

A megbízónk hangsúlyos célja volt a XXI. századi kulturált oktatási közeg kialakítása. Egyszerre kellett funkcionális feladatoknak és design elvárásoknak is megfelelni. A szimulátor több elemét működő képessé kellett tenni, hogy az oktatás megfelelően folyhasson.

Were there any issues:

Oxygen mask controls for emergency simulation. Designing the flight attendant call button. Designing the fuselage. Completing the simulator with the missing parts. Central control system for the entire simulator. Other design elements in the training room.

How did the development go:

We had to design and manufacture a custom metal structure for the training room, which brought with itself certain electrical works that had to be completed. We also had electrical engineering tasks to make the above-mentioned functions work.

What are we the proudest of:

We are very proud of the whole project. We hope they will make good use of the simulator during the training. Aviation holds an honoured place in our business vision.

How long did the development go:

The whole development phase from start to finish took about 3 months.