This new solution co-developed with AFI KLM E&M uses virtual reality in Engine Run Up (ERU) courses, significantly reducing the need for Full Flight Simulator (FFS) sessions required for the ERU qualification.
ERU Virtual Reality means airlines have more training slots to choose from, with more flexibility and at a lower cost than sessions which require FFS. This training solution also results in enhanced efficiency and knowledge retention.
It offers better sequencing of theoretical and practical sessions adapted from the training syllabus, in place of the typical format of theoretical training followed by 4 hours of FFS sessions.
It is first deployed for the A320 Family, across the Airbus Maintenance Training network and at Customer’s base.