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Doors System

Airbus

A350

Learn the A-Z of how the Doors are constructed, function and much more!

60 minutes

AUD $69.00

Course Offering

  • Comprehensive Familiarisation covering Terminology, Component Locations, General Descriptions and more.
  • Course content based on official Aviation regulator approved courses, development by our in-house engineers and training experts.
  • Certificate issued upon successful course completion.

The Airbus A350 door system is an integral part of the aircraft’s safety and functionality, featuring advanced technology and design.

Terminology:

  • Plug-type Doors: Doors that open by moving first inward and then outward, ensuring a tight seal at high pressures.
  • Emergency Escape Slides: Inflatable slides that deploy to provide rapid egress in an emergency.

Component Locations:

  • Passenger Doors: Located along the fuselage, typically with two at the front, one before and one after the wings, and two at the rear.
  • Cargo Doors: Situated below the passenger deck, used for loading and unloading baggage and freight.

General Descriptions: The A350’s door system includes sophisticated mechanisms for operation and safety, such as automatic locking and pressure-seal adjustments. The doors are also equipped with emergency escape slides that automatically deploy when the door is opened in an emergency mode.

This paragraph provides a concise overview of the Airbus A350’s door system. For a detailed understanding, a comprehensive familiarization course is recommended, culminating in a certificate upon successful completion. This course is developed in accordance with official aviation regulator-approved standards by our in-house engineering and training experts.

Airbus

A350

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