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Travel Insurance for Airline Staff

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  Topic Started By:  cabincrew.com    On:  Tue 25th February, 2014 at 16:55
cabincrew.com
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#1  Travel Insurance for Airline Staff  Posted 25/02/2014 at 16:55
Aviation Job Search understands that airline staff take out an annual travel insurance product to provide cover for free time activities whilst off duty, and to cover their own personal travel. We are working with a travel insurance company to assist in developing a specific travel insurance product for airline staff. Using this forum, can we ask you to let us know what you would want and/or expect from a travel insurance product?
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NewCCDreamer
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#4  Joining EY SOON  Posted 03/08/2016 at 14:50
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Hello CC around the world , I want to thank all the former CC for sharing their experiences with interviews around the globe and help new comers like me to achieve their dreams to become CC .

i had my AD with Etihad Airways last week in Abu Dhabi , i passed the interview and they sent me successful email that i will become EY CC .

Does any one know about their process? how long will it take to join them because i did not receive the call yet . I just received an email .

Also i need to know about the work environment because it is my first time to fly ! i am 26 years old coming from banking background and sales .

appreciate your kind help .
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lara21
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#5  Re: Joining EY SOON  Posted 07/09/2016 at 22:59
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Hi

They dont call you everything is sent by email. The process was very quick for me around one month and then I was training in Abu Dhabi. Depending on your passport/visa application it could take a little bit longer. I've been working for the airline for 3yrs. Expect hard work and alot of hardcore studying during training. You will be homesick but this will ease with time.
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waynewhite
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#6  Re: Travel Insurance for Airline Staff  Posted 17/01/2020 at 10:08
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Originally posted by cabincrew.com

Aviation Job Search understands that airline staff take out an annual travel insurance product to provide cover for free time activities whilst off duty, and to cover their own personal travel. We are working with a travel insurance company to assist in developing a specific travel insurance product for airline staff. Using this forum, can we ask you to let us know what you would want and/or expect from a travel insurance product?


What things will cover in this insurance?
delta booking
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eyrartick
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#7  Re: Travel Insurance for Airline Staff  Posted 13/03/2020 at 15:43
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Originally posted by cabincrew.com

Aviation Job Search understands that airline staff take out an annual travel insurance product to provide cover for free time activities whilst off duty, and to cover their own personal travel. We are working with a travel insurance company to assist in developing a specific travel insurance product for airline staff. Using this forum, can we ask you to let us know what you would want and/or expect from a travel insurance product?

Maybe as simple as health and safety insurance will do.
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monteclara
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#8  Re: Travel Insurance for Airline Staff  Posted 17/03/2020 at 14:31
ideas for non-cabin crew staff are welcome?
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