cabin crew


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cabin crew

The staff (flight attendants, pursers, etc.) who attend to passengers in flight.
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Minimum Cabin Crew requirement is also dictated by the number of usable doors mounted emergency slides of aircraft.
Minimum Cabin Crew requirement is also dictated by number of usable door mounted emergency slides of aircraft.
One female member of cabin crew based at Gatwick, who wished to remain anonymous, said she and her colleagues feel as if the door is being left open for changes that would save the company money while worsening working conditions.
The airline management would itself decide to appoint cabin crew in any department.
In a statement on Tuesday a PIA spokesperson said that the scheduling section is directed to accommodate cabin crew's long-standing demand for days off and reduction in unnecessary layovers abroad.
According to a notification issued by the airline on Sunday, the cabin crew would be helped on local and international flights to avoid having to spend time standing in long queues.
A 3-member bench of SC presided over by Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar took up for hearing pilots and cabin crew degree case Wednesday.
A three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Mian Saqib Nisar heard a case pertaining to verification of degrees of pilots and cabin crew members.
He added that degrees of 16 pilots and 65 cabin crew members were fake and their licenses have been suspended.
The six degrees that have not been verified belong to those who are abroad." "Degrees of 16 pilots and 65 cabin crew members were fake and their licenses have been suspended," the CAA counsel added.
Ryanair has announced it has signed a Collective Labour Agreement (CLA) framework and Social Plan with German cabin crew union, Ver.di, to cover all of Ryanair's Germany based cabin crew, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 15, 2018-Ryanair signs labour agreement with German cabin crew union Ver.Di