The Australian airline uses an Airbus A330-200 on the route from Brisbane to Los Angeles. The quiet and privacy of the cabin crew seemed to be neglected.
For children pure joy: building a den out of blankets and chairs. When cabin crew members are forced to do something like this, it’s less fun. The airline in question is Qantas.
The cabin crew informed the Australian radio 9 newsThat on the flight from Brisbane to Los Angeles, which takes up to 13 hours or even more than 14 hours in the opposite direction, there is no suitable place to rest in a used Airbus A330-200. The photos show crew members wearing blankets over the economy row seats for some privacy while resting.
The curtain must bring the solution
The flight attendant association disagrees with Qantas about requiring an extra day off. The airline is now accused of relying more on crew than New Zealand, where there are less stringent rules. Qantas alleges that the union is preventing the deployment of Australian crews.
A spokeswoman for the airline announced that the problem will be resolved in the Airbus A330. Canopies will be installed to create a rest area with sufficient privacy for the cabin crew. This will happen over the next six weeks.
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