Dynamic Advanced Training (Stand 829), which has grown into a comprehensive provider of specialized aviation safety and security training in the Middle East, is opening its doors to MEBAA Show attendees. Located in a 4,100-sq-m (44,100-sq-ft) facility at the Mohammed bin Rashid Aerospace Hub near Dubai World Central, Dynamic is carving a niche in providing what it calls “hyper-realistic” safety and emergency procedures training that combines theoretical, simulator, and hands-on based learning covering a range of scenarios.
The company claims to be the first of its type in the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia region offering private, business, and commercial aviation safety training in one facility. This includes cabin emergency evacuation simulation training for a variety of large-cabin business jets and bizliners. It also offers virtual reality-enhanced door trainers for Boeing and Airbus aircraft and a “real fire fighting trainer” that incorporates virtual reality and sensory-enhanced elements.
This training works in tandem with Dynamic Advanced Aviation’s wave pool used to practice ditching and separate rooms recreating crash sites in Arctic or jungle conditions, as well as a hypoxia air generator for decompression training. In addition, the facility houses computer-based training and debriefing rooms.
A Khansaheb Investment company, Dynamic Advanced Training received certification from the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) in 2020 and also is compliant with FAA and EASA regulations.