GoJet’s new cabin trainer has caught the attention of Bombardier! It was recently a feature story in a publication for Bombardier customers. The article also showcases the photography talents of two of our employees. Congrats to Jessie Dill (TSH) and John Campbell (GoJet MX Control), who both took photos that were featured in the article.
The article provides a great overview of the decision-making process behind the trainer’s installation, gives insight into the benefits that the trainer provides the company, and reveals the reason why the trainer is named “Misty.”
Click here to view the article in its entirety.
Last Friday was the official unveiling of the new GoJet cabin trainer. The trainer will primarily be used by our flight attendant training classes and will eliminate the need for late night training sessions at the hangar. Our pilot training classes will also utilize the cabin trainer to some extent, primarily for doors training, emergency procedures training and evacuation drills.
Sam Curless and his team did an amazing job procuring parts and refurbishing the interior, as can be seen in the before and after interior shots in the gallery below. The cabin trainer was named after Misty Peebles, a GoJet Flight Attendant and Check Airman who was in the GoJet’s first graduating Flight Attendant class. Misty passed away after a battle with cancer, and her mother and husband were on hand for the unveiling.
A big thanks to John Campbell of MX Control for these great shots of the new cabin trainer being delivered and installed.