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2nd World Meeting of Cabin Crews

By concepcionroncon, Mon 5th Jan, 2015 at 22:17
19 & 20 February 2015 Hotel Meliá Barajas Madrid – Spain
After the success of the1st World Meeting of Cabin Crews (Estoril, Portugal, 6th - 9th February 2014), we are pleased to announce the 2nd World Meeting of Cabin Crews (2nd WMCC), to be held in Madrid, Spain, next February.

During the
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ERV Air Crew - Travel Insurance Designed By Crew, For Crew

By, Wed 24th Sep, 2014 at 15:45
Here at, we have been working with the team at ERV, who have created a specialist travel insurance product to work with your hectic lifestyle.
People perceive that Crew life is bit like being a rock star; exotic getaways, a different location every week, living the high life? But I am sure you will all agree this is not always the case, if only they could see the role through your eyes…!
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5 tips for the cabin crew final interview

By cabincrew72, Fri 19th Sep, 2014 at 11:04
So you have made it to the final interview for your dream cabin crew job, you're nervous and apprehensive. These 5 tips will no doubt help you...

Here are some of the commonly asked questions at interview

Why do you want to become a cabin crew member?
What do you know about our company?
Can you tell me your strengths and weaknesses?
How are you planning
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Flight attendants learn Kung Fu in fight against terrorism

By, Tue 26th Aug, 2014 at 11:58
Flight attendants in China are getting to grips with martial arts, undergoing combat training specifically designed for a cabin crew environment. The idea is that being equipped in ancient Kung Fu skills will help to keep the skies safe.
Attendant trainees at Sichuan Southwest Vocational College of Civil Aviation, in the city of Chengdu in China's Sichuan province, are learning Kung Fu in addition to the more typical in-flight duties, according to China Daily.

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Staying Strong: A cabin crew perspective on the Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash

By, Mon 4th Aug, 2014 at 13:03
By Patricia Green About a year ago, I wrote a feature here about the Asiana incident in San Francisco and what it meant to us as Cabin Crew. Their courage in a catastrophic event exemplified our role to the extreme and really reminds us of what we need to be capable of and what we are trained for ultimately…the things we hope will never happen.
As part of my constant studies and passion for aviation, I was reading about United 232 in 1989 at Sioux City. It was one of the first things I studied when I did my initial cabin crew training course, way back when. Just a few days ago I read the
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UN chief says downing of Malaysian Airline flight may be ‘war crime’

By, Tue 29th Jul, 2014 at 12:56
United Nations human rights chief Navi Pillay has said the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 may constitute a “war crime”. Ukraine and Western governments believe pro-Russian rebels shot down the plane using a missile system supplied by Russia.
The Boeing 777 aircraft came down on route from Amsterdam on July 17th with the loss of 298, mostly Dutch, lives.

In turn, Moscow and the rebels have blamed Ukrainian forces for the plane crash.
Dutch investigators are still
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Can I sit there please? easyJet reveals the most popular places on the plane

By, Thu 5th Jun, 2014 at 09:30
With millions set to jet off this summer easyJet has revealed the most popular places to sit on the plane.
The UK's largest airline polled 10,000 passengers from countries across Europe on their seat preference and found that nationality, age and travel companion all play an important factor in where passengers prefer to sit.
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Cabin Crew Secrets: False Leg in the Toilet?

By, Tue 3rd Jun, 2014 at 12:48
Have you ever wondered what really goes on behind closed doors in the world of flight attendants? Where do they stay during layovers? What REALLY happens when they find two people in one cubicle? Or maybe you're just interested to hear some passenger horror stories. We've spoke to some of the Flight Attendants who found jobs through Aviation Job Search to find out how they're doing, some of their stories shocked us to say the least:
Landing a flight attendant job can be one of the toughest feats of ones career. Sure, you hit all the criteria in terms of appearance but do you have the required skill sets to succeed in this job role?

We speak to Khalid, Jennifer
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BA to power jets with fuel made from landfill waste

By, Tue 22nd Apr, 2014 at 08:56
British Airways - Britain’s flagship carrier – says it is committed to using sustainable jet fuel in the future.
BA revealed plans to power its flights using sustainable jet fuel made from landfill waste – a move it says will be equal to taking 150,000 cars off the road.

In partnership with Solena Fuels, Britain’s flagship carrier says it’s
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News Brief: Industry to Gather for First IATA Cabin Operations Safety Conference

By mrambino, Fri 11th Apr, 2014 at 18:25
Cabin Operations Safety: Expert Insights on Issues that Matter
Industry to Gather for First IATA Cabin Operations Safety Conference

Geneva – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) will host the first
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