Concerns over safety standards at Jetstar have been raised by the airline’s training captain and former air-accident investigator at the Australian Transport Safety Bureau. Geoff Klouth, in a submission to a Senate inquiry into aviation training and standards, says some cabin crew are not properly trained for emergencies and its safety department is not adequately resourced. ”They have been unable to ‘arm’ doors. Arming the doors is necessary to allow for the automatic deployment of the emergency escape slide if the aircraft has to be evacuated,” he said in his submission. Klouth said captains had stood down some flight attendants

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