Etihad Airways, the award-winning national airline of the United Arab Emirates, is continuing its global recruitment campaign, seeking talented people who love to explore the world while delivering world-renowned customer service.
British Airways has today unveiled a new uniform to take the airline into its next chapter. The collection of garments, created by British fashion designer and tailor Ozwald Boateng OBE, will be worn by more than 30,000 of the airline’s colleagues from Spring 2023.
United Airlines today announced the largest widebody order by a U.S. carrier in commercial aviation history: 100 Boeing 787 Dreamliners with options to purchase 100 more
Ryanair Group has today (13 Oct) announced the signing of a new collective agreement with Unite, which delivers accelerated pay restoration, upfront and annual pay increases, a significant restructuring of pay to deliver more guaranteed earnings and other pay and benefit improvements for all of Ryanair’s UK-based cabin crew until 2026.
Virgin Atlantic has launched its updated gender identity policy, giving its crew, pilots, and ground team the option to choose which of the iconic uniforms, designed by Vivienne Westwood, best represents them – no matter their gender, gender identity, or gender expression.
Flight attendants normally like to enjoy long layovers in sought-after international destinations, but crew at one airline would prefer to spend less time away from home and are asking their airline to bring them home as soon as possible.
At this years star studded Asia & Oceania Gala Ceremony of the World Travel Awards held earlier this month at the Gem Center in Ho Chi Minh city Vietnam Airlines scooped the award for Asia’s Leading Airline Brand and Asia’s Leading Airline –Economy class.
Marking World First Aid Day this month, Emirates celebrates 3,000 new cabin crew recruits who are now equipped with top-notch aviation first aid skills, after successfully graduating from the airline’s rigorous cabin crew training programme.
Royal Brunei Airlines (RB) emerged as the winner for Asia’s Leading Cabin Crew 2022 as announced at the World Travel Awards (WTA) – Asia and Oceania Gala Ceremony in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam on Wednesday (Sept 7).
AirAsia has been named Asia’s leading low-cost airline for the seventh year in a row, at the 29th World Travel Awards 2022. In a statement on Thursday (Sept 8), the carrier said it was also recognised as Asia’s leading low-cost airline cabin crew for the sixth consecutive year at the same event.
One of Europe’s fastest-growing airlines is to introduce a fixed roster pattern for pilots and cabin crew as it seeks to shake off criticism over how it treats staff and attract new recruits to fill a growing number of vacancies across the continent.