So I know a lot of people want to become pilots. But if you were to become cabin crew, who would you work for and why?
For me it would be Southwest Airlines (surprisingly not BA) beacause it looks fun working on southwest especially when they do the welcome on board/safety/goodbye speeches. When they put jokes into them or sing/rap them. It would be so fun!
I only fly on two airline most of the time which is Aer Lingus and JetBlue so maybe one of them since they have really nice crew members. I flew on others but they are my favorite. Plus they are both partners
A part of the crew of Air France suffers from altitude sickness as they work on the A380 in the society. This allows union SNPNC. The problems arise because the device can climb quickly and the humidity decreases in the plane.
SNPNC says that about ten percent of the cabin crew complaints after a flight in a Super Jumbo. These symptoms range from headaches and dizziness to coordination problems and shortness of breath. The humidity is according to the union after climbing an A380 of about five percent. According to French labor rules must take an employer action when the humidity drops below forty percent.
two flights Air France within the rule states that staff should not exceed two monthly flights on the A380 making. According SNPNC French aviation authority wants to abandon this rule; the union and the company doctors are against it.
The union finds it remarkable that Air France aircraft deployment to Johannesburg and Mexico City. Those cities are relatively high altitude where the crew rather suffer from altitude sickness.
Boeing The union is positive about the Boeing 787, which the cabin pressure is lower. Air France has ordered six Dreamliners.