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New ways in interactive training for cabin and ground staff.

Today’s cost-conscious airlines, government/defence departments & business jet operators are able to save money & even save careers with Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) & conventional devices, such as; Android/Apple tablet, laptop/desktop computer and even mobile phones, for interactive aviation training designed for; cabin crew, ground staff & pilots.

How airlines train with virtual reality

An increasing number of airlines are making the move to VR (virtual reality) training for cabin crew, pilots, ground staff, airport terminal staff & more. Below are some examples of what leading airlines are doing, the modules & equipment they are using & more.

Lasker Cross Media is ready to help you move towards VR training for your staff. We work with a number of the best VR software module providers, including AVIETRA & use leading VR hardware providers; Oculus, HTC & more.

  • American Airlines
    American Airlines American Airlines leads with VR training for cabin crew, using HTC VR hardware. Video below gives details; Are you...
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  • Virgin Atlantic
    Virgin Atlantic At Virgin, cabin crew can familiarize themselves with the Boeing 787 Dreamliner before they ever get on board. “By...
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  • Lufthansa
    Lufthansa Lufthansa uses HTC VR hardware, supported by wireless data systems, along with software training modules from German company NMY. “Lufthansa...
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  • Zell am See - Kaprun - From the mountains to the sky
    Advertiser: Zell am See - Kaprun Tourismus GmbH Fluggesellschaft: Eurowings Medium: IFE System "Wings Connect" mit Verlinkung auf HTLM 5 Seite Format:...
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  • Qatar Airways
    Qatar Airways Qatar Airways has chosen AVIETRA software for its innovative VR cabin crew training initiative. Lasker Cross Media  is...
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  • FREENOW - besser ankommen
    FREENOW reached with this in-flight advertising campaign, a total of 120,000 passengers and successfully advertised its new brand togheter...
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  • Schladming - Dachstein Summercard
    Schladming-Dachstein was able to reach through this in-flight advertising campaign  a total of 120,000 passengers  by using various motifs...
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  • Philippines Airlines
    Philippines Airlines Airline maintenance workers are not the only Philippines employees using Virtual Reality for training, as recently Philippine Airlines...
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  • All Nippon Airways
    All Nippon Airways All Nippon Airways uses VR technology developed by Japanese company, NEC. ANA has a history of technological innovation,...
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