Mobile App

MAB First-Aid and Illness App

Developed with the latest medical insights and practices, this app serves as a performance support tool, delivering critical information at the point of need. By providing immediate access to reliable medical information and procedural guides, the app aims to empower cabin crew members to respond effectively and confidently in emergency situations, ultimately improving passenger safety and crew efficiency.


The primary goal of the First Aid and Illness mobile application is to enhance performance of cabin crew members during in-flight medical emergencies. It aims to cover a broad range of topics from basic first aid to specific aviation medicine procedures, ensuring that crew members are well-prepared to handle various medical and traumatic emergencies.


Our client's cabin crew team was facing challenges in in-flight medical emergency response because of the following:
Knowledge Retention and Accessibility: Traditional training methods often resulted in low retention rates, with crew members struggling to recall specific procedures and treatments during emergencies.

Rapid Response Requirements: In-flight medical emergencies require swift and accurate responses, which can be hindered by the time taken to locate and review physical manuals or other resources.

Variety of Emergencies: The range of potential medical situations, from minor injuries to serious health crises, demands a comprehensive yet easily navigable resource.

Continuous Updates: Medical guidelines and best practices evolve, necessitating a platform that can be easily updated to reflect the latest information.


Peak Pacific proposed to develop a mobile app to address these challenges with a user-friendly, accessible, and up-to-date digital solution that contains:

Comprehensive Content: The app includes a wide array of topics, such as first aid basics, CPR, usage of medical equipment, handling medical and traumatic emergencies, aviation medicine, emergency childbirth, and management of communicable diseases. This ensures that crew members have all necessary information at their fingertips.

Intuitive Design: The app is designed for ease of use, allowing crew members to quickly navigate through topics and find relevant information without delays.

Performance Support Tool: It serves as an immediate reference during emergencies, reducing the cognitive load on crew members by providing clear, step-by-step instructions and protocols.

Regular Updates: The app is regularly updated with the latest medical guidelines and best practices, ensuring that the information remains current and reliable.

Offline Access: Recognizing the connectivity challenges during flights, the app is designed to function offline, ensuring that critical information is always accessible.


The implementation of the First Aid and Illness mobile application has led to significant improvements in the cabin crew’s ability to handle in-flight medical emergencies:

Reduced Response Time: The app’s immediate accessibility and clear instructions have reduced the time taken to respond to medical emergencies, potentially improving outcomes for affected passengers.

Improved Knowledge Retention: Continuous access to the app helps reinforce training, allowing crew members to refresh their knowledge regularly and retain critical information more effectively.

Operational Efficiency: The app has streamlined the process of managing in-flight medical situations, reducing the need for extensive in-person training sessions and enabling more efficient use of training resources.

In conclusion, the First Aid and Illness mobile application has proven to be an invaluable tool for cabin crew, significantly enhancing their ability to handle medical emergencies and improving overall in-flight safety and passenger satisfaction.