cabin crew


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cabin crew

The staff (flight attendants, pursers, etc.) who attend to passengers in flight.
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Unite said 84% of its members backed the deal, adding that staff in the so-called mixed fleet cabin crew will receive increases of between PS1,404 to PS2,908 by next March depending on experience and subject to inflation.
No cabin crew experience is required, while a 'competitive package' is on offer to successful companies, Crewlink announced on Wednesday.
I should like to apologise unreservedly to those offended by my recent remarks which compared Qatar Airways cabin crew with cabin crew on US carriers," he said in a statement.
Muscat: Eighteen new cabin crew members have joined SalamAir operations, following their graduation from a training course, the airline announced.
All cabin crew who complete the CCLP will now be awarded a WSQ Advanced Certificate in Service Excellence.
To work as cabin crew for Ryanair you need to be able to swim at least 20m unaided, be able to deal with people in demanding situations and be friendly and outgoing with a lively personality.
Qatar Airways' Customer Experience team has announced the rebranding of its cabin crew recognition programme -- Kafou, which means "job well done" and the addition of colleague feedback to help recognise superior service as it happens on board Qatar Airways flights.
Describing the cabin crew as "courageous" and "outstanding," pilots applauded the crew on board for efficiently evacuating all passengers safely off the aircraft.
THE LOWDOWN As part of cabin crew, your main role will be to ensure that passengers have a safe, comfortable and enjoyable journey.
Relations between the two sides had soured over recent months as Lufthansa sought to push through cost cuts, resulting in cabin crew staging the longest ever strike in the history of the German carrier earlier this month.
Nearly 2,000 Easyjet cabin crew were balloted last month on strike action after Unite the Union said management had broken off talks and was aiming to impose a 2% rise for cabin crew and a 2.
At the same time, directors' pay has soared by over 18% while the chief executive, Carolyn McCall has seen her pay rise to more than PS6m - over 240 times more than the average cabin crew.