As of this week, Lufthansa is providing its 20,000 flight attendants with iPad Minis.
The new cabin mobile device will be provided to the entire cabin crew over the next few weeks.
This is a major and – above all – visible step in the year of digitisation at Lufthansa.
In the cockpit, the electronic flight bag has already been in operation since the beginning of 2015 and is used by 4,300 pilots for flight planning and operations.
Simultaneously, cabin crew managers received tablets, which will now be extended to include all cabin crew as a result of the positive experience.
The cabin mobile device will allow cabin crew members to access all the data they need to work on board, to access important service manuals and service schedules, and easily view any changes in plans.
With the Lufthansa crewFlight apps, the seating plan is quickly opened, providing the cabin crew with plenty of information on guests of their next flight.
The cabin mobile device heralds a new way of paperless working and simplifies existing processes so that staff have more time for customers.
Moreover, it significantly improves communication with the personnel on board.
The cabin mobile device project is a major part of a current transformation program called ‘OPSession’, which aims to further digitise the operational areas of Lufthansa, SWISS and Austrian Airlines.
Employees lacking a fixed workplace will be equipped with mobile devices to meet the needs of the customer in a more productive and personalised manner.