Thai Airways opens its flight simulators and pay to be a flight attendant programmeChristian Fernsby ▼ | September 26, 2020
Thai Airways offers the public to pay to be a flight attendant for a day and many other cool experiences.
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The airline's training school, Thai Flight Training Academy, will allow the public to be a Thai Airways flight attendant for a day for $921.
The programme is a four hour crash course on becoming a cabin crew for the carrier.
Trainees will get to wear the airline’s signature uniform, get their hair done, and carry out duties in an actual cabin set-up.
The training includes greeting passengers, conducting safety demonstrations, and serving food in business class, while maintaining good form.
One friend or family member can join as a passenger, and they can be served food and snacks provided by the airline.
The airline is also offering other programmes besides becoming a flight attendant.
Safe Flight, Save Lives: One-and-a-half-day safety training ($174).
Cook Like Thai, Dine From Chef: One-day cooking training ($174).
But there is something even more exciting.
Thai Flying Experience and Beyond project will allow visitors the opportunity to use flight training devices, which are the Flight Simulator, Cabin Mock-up Service Trainer (CST), Cabin Emergency Evacuation Trainer (CEET), and door trainer.
The first THAI Flying Experience and Beyond is scheduled to start this October. Pilots and co-pilots will accommodate customers throughout the entire session, whereby customers may select from three packages: Basic Package (30 minutes, $379), Deluxe Package (60 minutes, $759), and Ultimate Package (90 minutes, $1,139) for three users.
The available flight simulators are the Airbus A380, Boeing 777-300ER, Boeing 747-400, and Boeing 737-400.
Thai offers promotional prices for October 2020: Deluxe Package starts at $506 and Ultimate Package starts at $759. ■