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17. 320 Cabin Attendants apply for JAL's Early Retirement Plan
320 Cabin Attendants apply for JAL's Early Retirement Plan. JAL International has received applications for a special early retirement plan from a total of 320 cabin attendants in Japan. The deadline for applications was December 21, 2007. The voluntary plan was offered to cabin attendants who at the time of March 31, 2008 will have completed at least 15 years service and will be 5
18. Qantas to Update Cabin Crew Uniforms
Qantas to Update Cabin Crew Uniforms. In 1938, Qantas' first male cabin crew dressed in white waiters' jackets when serving dinner to passengers. In 1947, female crew joined Qantas and wore a military style uniform. Qantas' cabin crew uniform has been re-designed nine times since - in 1959, 1964, 1969, 1971, 1974, 1985, 1993, 2003 and 2008 - created by leading designers such as Emi
19. Tiger Airways Hiring More Pilots & Cabin Crew
Tiger Airways Hiring More Pilots & Cabin Crew. The airline is recruiting at least 20 pilots and 60 cabin crew, an increase of 20% over the current team of about 100 pilots and 200 cabin crew. Several positions are also available across various functions. For instance, the customer service team will be beefed up to serve Tiger Airways increasing number of passengers.
20. IATA Pauses Confusing Cabin OK Initiative
IATA has decided to pause the rollout of its Cabin OK initiative and has launched a comprehensive reassessment in light of concerns expressed, primarily in North America. This will include further engagement with program participants, the IATA membership, and key stakeholders. The Cabin OK initiative was launched on 9 June 2015 with the aim of providing passengers with greater assu
21. Bombardier Unveils New Premier Cabin for Global 5000 and 6000 Jets
Bombardier has unveiled the new Premier cabin for its Global 5000 and Global 6000 business jets. The new interior is being showcased on board the first Global 6000 aircraft equipped with the Premier cabin, which is on static display at the 2017 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition in Geneva.
22. Finnair to Transfer Cabin Service on Delhi Route to OSM Aviation
Finnair has confirmed that it will transfer cabin services on its Delhi route to Norway-based OSM Aviation in the last quarter of 2019. From then, OSM Aviation will be the cabin service provider on that route and all service will be in English. 85% of customers on the Delhi route are international.
23. Who Do Cabin Crew Think is the Perfect Passenger?
A survey of more than 700 international cabin crew members in 85 countries by global travel search site Skyscanner has revealed their perfect airline passenger. The perfect passenger according to cabin crew is male, he travels alone for pleasure rather than business, is in his 30s and travels in economy class.
24. Finnair concludes Cost Saving Negotiations with Cabin Crew
Finnair concludes Cost Saving Negotiations with Cabin Crew. Finnair and the Finnish Flight Attendants Association (SLSY) have concluded negotiations in which savings were sought by cutting the cost level and improving the work productivity of cabin staff. The savings will be fully realised from 2007.

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