Flynas Launches Sign Language Training For Cabin Crew

(MENAFN- Bangladesh Monitor)

Riyadh: Air carrier Flynas has launched Saudi Arabia's first program to train airline cabin crew in sign language.

According to a recent report by Saudi Press Agency, the program is being implemented in collaboration with the Saudi Association for Hearing Impairment, and is part of Flynas' efforts to adopt sustainable initiatives that positively impact society.

The program will train the airline's cabin crew to effectively communicate with passengers who have hearing impairments, with a specific focus on learning sign language.

The training covers various stages of passenger communication, from welcoming and boarding procedures to in-flight service, including safety measures, as well as farewell procedures.

Flynas has previously implemented similar initiatives, including a training program, in cooperation with the Saudi Autistic Society, for ground service staff and airline cabin crews on the best ways to care for passengers with autism spectrum disorder.



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