Cabin Crew News
During Covid-19 pandemic, there was a decline of 11 per cent in the total number of flight attendants in China
The accused was arrested on Thursday after a complaint by IndiGo Airlines and was produced in the Andheri court on Friday and granted bail the same day, officials said
According to police officials, the incident took place after the aircraft took off from Abu Dhabi at 2.03am (IST) on Monday
'During boarding at Delhi, one passenger behaved in an unruly and inappropriate manner. The said passenger and a co-passenger, who were travelling together, were offloaded and handed over to the security team,' SpiceJet said
In a company-wide communique on 20 January, the executive director informed the All India Cabin Crew Association (AICCA) that each cabin crew member would now be subjected to BMI and weight checks on a quarterly basis
Flight attendant Daria Solomennaya, 27, told BBC that wearing heels during a twelve-hour flight from Kyiv to Zanzibar and back made it difficult for the female staff to even walk.
Passengers manhandle Air India cabin crew, threaten to break open cockpit door after flight gets delayed by five hours, says airline official
Unruly passengers allegedly manhandled cabin crew members and threatened to break open the cockpit door of Air India's Boeing 747 aircraft on Thursday after their Delhi-Mumbai flight was delayed for nearly five hours due to a technical problem
SpiceJet hires 500 employees, including 100 pilots from grounded Jet Airways; to give priority to those who lost jobs
Budget carrier SpiceJet Ltd said on Friday it will prioritise hiring employees of Jet Airways Ltd who are losing their jobs after the crisis-hit airline halted all flight operations indefinitely this week.
IndiGo sets eyes on aircraft crew exiting Jet Airways; plans to hire about 100 pilots to overcome shortage
The Gurugram-based IndiGo has already recruited about 130 expatriate pilots from all over the world to meet its aircraft crew shortage, the report said.
The official said Air India plans to hire 500 cabin crew to meet various requirements, including to comply with aviation regulator DGCA's revised norms wherein an airline should have a higher number of such staff
The proposal to privatise Air India is a welcome move but salary arrears should be settled first as promised earlier, feel pilots at the national carrier.
Sexual harassment onboard flights: Do airlines prioritise brand image over justice to crew, passengers?
Protocol and laws are a massive pain if one has the bad luck of being sexually harassed in a flight.
That the cabin crew of this Emirates flight showed exemplary professionalism is not in doubt.
National carrier Air India has barred pilots and cabin crew from operating flights where their immediate family members are also on duty.
As per the 2014 DGCA regulations, a BMI of 18-25 is normal for a male cabin crew, while for a female it is 18-22.
Three fliers deboarded for MoS Kiren Rijiju to cockpit fights: Check out the mad, mad world of Air India
The series of controversies surrounding Air India never seem to die. From fighting pilots in the cockpit to finding a lizard in a biryani, Air India has made headlines for all the wrong reasons. And it seems to have done it again when the airline's cabin crew served meat to some Jain pilgrims on a on Leh-Delhi flight returning from Sindhu Darshan festival.
Air India has paid one month's salary as per the employment contract to the sacked cabin crew in lieu of the one-month notice period.