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- 113. Martin Grant to Design New Qantas Uniforms
Qantas has appointed Martin Grant, a leading Australian designer, to develop the airline’s new uniform for cabin crew and uniformed employees. The next stage in the design process will see Martin engaging with the Qantas uniform panel and collaborating with Qantas employees to evolve concepts and designs.
- 114. Etihad Airways Launches Recruitment Drive in Australia
Etihad Airways is looking for Australian hospitality professionals to join the airline as Cabin Crew, Food & Beverage Managers and Inflight Chefs. The airline will hold assessment days in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney in mid-December to recruit Australian nationals for the Abu Dhabi-based roles.
- 115. TriaGnoSys Gives Live Demo of Inflight 3G Solution
TriaGnoSys Gives Live Demo of Inflight 3G Solution. TriaGnoSys’ 3G services provide a range of passenger and crew communications applications, and the communications manager controls all satellite-based passenger, cabin crew and IFE data communications to and from the aircraft during flights.
- 116. ANA to Equip All Flight Crew with iPads
Japan’s ANA Group is equipping all of its approximately 2,500 flight crew with an iPad, in addition to the already equipped cabin crew. The move, which will involve ANA producing electronic versions of the flight manual, is part of ANA’s Corporate Strategy for FY2012-13 to support corporate structural reform to drive high-quality operations and cost efficiencies.
- 117. Digital Technology now Continuously Linking KLM's Aircraft with Ground
Digital Technology now Continuously Linking KLM's Aircraft with Ground. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines’ ground organization now has live access to the electronic logbooks updated by cockpit and cabin crew during a flight. This makes KLM one of the first airlines to use the latest digital technology in maintaining continuous contact between aircraft and ground operations. Until recently,
- 118. easyJet to open New Bases in France
easyJet to open New Bases in France. easyJet will initially base five additional aircraft in France - three in Paris and two in Lyon - operating a total of 13 routes and creating hundreds of jobs for pilots, cabin crew and associated support services. The airline anticipates that it will carry over 6 million passengers through French airports in 2007 and a further 2 million in 2008
- 119. Cathay Pacific Unveils New Business Class Seat
Cathay Pacific Unveils New Business Class Seat. Cathay Pacific has unveiled its new Business Class seat which premium passengers will be able to enjoy from March 2011. The airline also plans to introduce new uniforms for cabin crew and other customer-facing staff. Created by Hong Kong designer Eddie Lau, the new uniforms will be introduced in the second half of next year.
- 120. TG Aircraft Cleared for Los Angeles Departure After Bomb Hoax
The airline said that concerns were raised when a passenger found a note in the lavatory and alerted cabin crew who informed the captain. US federal authorities were then informed and took immediate preparatory procedures for such situations.. TG Aircraft Cleared for Los Angeles Departure After Bomb Hoax
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