Mobile Simulator

The mobile and multifunctional aircraft simulator is available for a variety of training courses, such as fighting interior and exterior aircraft fires, aircraft rescue and evacuation. Further safety training, e.g. for special units, is also possible. Depending on the customer’s wishes, the mobile aircraft fire and recovery simulator can be booked together with an instructor from ARFF-SERVICES GMBH, or as a rental object on which the customer’s internal instructors carry out the training.

Practice for emergencies – on site at your location


We offer tailor-made courses, according to customer-specific requirements, which take place on site at the respective airports. Standard courses, with open registration for individual participants, are also offered several times a year. The theory contents are available as face-to-face lessons or virtually in our Online Academy. All our aircraft firefighting and rescue courses meet the legal requirements of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

Professional training – compliant with international guidelines


Airports are under enormous economic pressure and must also meet international requirements. It is not uncommon for fire and rescue services at airports to be seen as a cost driver.

We advise on requirement planning and certification for your airport fire service. We can also support with internal and external reports in the field of fire protection and aircraft recovery – always with an eye on improving profitability and meeting legal requirements.

Advice from experts – with a focus on economic efficiency


Experts in training and consulting

The company offers a range of services for airports, authorities and aviation-specific companies worldwide in the field of firefighting and rescue.

Airports are subject to high standards and strict regulations. In the area of safety and with regard to aircraft fire protection specifically, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) in Annex 14, and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) in the Rules for Aerodromes (ADR) set very detailed requirements. These often present airport operators with major economic and personnel challenges. Regardless of whether it is training airport firefighters, developing a requirement plan for your airport fire service, or coaching for your emergency personnel, ARFF-SERVICES GMBH is the right partner for you.


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    ARFF-Services GmbH

    Oststraße 11
    04564 Böhlen, Germany

    Phone: +49 34206 776 90

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