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1. British Airways Launches Cabin Crew Recruitment Drive
British Airways has launched a cabin crew recruitment drive. Applications are now open and assessments will take place throughout November. The airline has not said how many it is looking to recruit, though it is fast-tracking recruitment schedules with the hope of getting people in for the first training courses in January, which would enable those recruits to take off by March 20
2. Cathay Pacific to align Retirement Age for all Hong Kong-based Cabin Crew
Cathay Pacific to align Retirement Age for all Hong Kong-based Cabin Crew. The change has been implemented following in-depth discussions with cabin crew working groups, including the FAU and the Cabin Crew Consultation Group. Under the new arrangement, all cabin crew who joined after 1993 will be able to choose to retire at any time between 45 and 55. All new joiners will retire a
3. Malaysia Airlines Changes its Cabin Baggage Rules
Malaysia Airlines has enhanced its cabin baggage rules for all its domestic and international flights. Passengers travelling in Economy Class will now be allowed one piece cabin of baggage up to a maximum 7kg instead of 5kg. Passengers in First and Business Class have an allowance of two pieces of cabin baggage with a maximum weight of 7kg each. Each cabin baggage should have a max
4. V Australia to close Applications for Cabin Crew and Pilots on 24 August 2008
V Australia to close Applications for Cabin Crew and Pilots on 24 August 2008. Australias newest international airline, V Australia, is continuing its steady march towards its scheduled 15 December take-off, with the first group of Cabin Crew trainers being put through their paces.The 11 Cabin Crew trainers and Development Managers are demonstrating V Australias Cabin Crew traini
5. Joy Seesante of Philippines Wins Etihad Airways Best Cabin Crew Smile 2012 Award
Etihad Airways has crowned cabin crew member Joy Seesante with the award for Best Cabin Crew Smile 2012. Launched in May 2012, the internal smile competition is part of an ongoing Etihad Airways Guest Services campaign called Leading the world with a smile, which focuses on showcasing the carriers warmth, respect and hospitality through its cabin crew.
6. Finnair to Outsource Cabin Crew from OSM Aviation; Hong Kong and Singapore First Routes
Finnair has signed a deal to outsource it cabin crew from the Norwegian crew management company, OSM Aviation. In the first phase, OSM Aviation will provide cabin crew for Finnair's routes to Hong Kong and Singapore. The cabin crew for these routes will be recruited to OSM Aviation's bases in Asia. The parties intend to expand their cooperation in the future in both long-haul and s
7. SITAOnAir to Digitize AirCalin's Cabin Crew Processes
Aircalin is taking significant steps to digitize its day-to-day cabin crew processes by deploying SITAOnAirs powerful cabin connectivity solutions. The connected CrewTab solution, which will be deployed across Aircalins A330neo and A320neo aircraft, is a tablet interface that allows cabin crew to streamline their workflow and enhance customer service.
8. Airbus Commences In-Flight Trials of IoT Connected Cabin Technologies
Airbus has commenced in-flight trials of IoT connected cabin technologies on board an A350-900 Flight Lab aircraft. The Flight Lab is one of the original A350-900 certification flight-test aircraft MSN002 and is fitted with an Airspace cabin which now serves as a platform to evaluate the new connected cabin technologies in flight.

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