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Question About AA 762 LAX-JFK Service

Sat Jan 07, 2006 2:51 pm

I was just wondering how many F/As wprk the First, Business, and Economy cabins on AA's LAX/SFO-JFK service?
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RE: Question About AA 762 LAX-JFK Service

Sat Jan 07, 2006 4:34 pm

The 767 is a twin aisle aircraft so it definitely requires at least two flight attendants per cabin. I would say two in F Class, two in C class and four in Y Class. I think that the requirements are the same whether the aircraft is assigned on domestic or international runs. The only exception is on the international sector(not sure about long distance domestic flights), one relief pilot is on board.

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RE: Question About AA 762 LAX-JFK Service

Sun Jan 08, 2006 4:47 am

why do you need to know this ???
 
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RE: Question About AA 762 LAX-JFK Service

Sun Jan 08, 2006 5:25 am

2 F/A's in F/C one dedicated galley and one aisle F/A.

3 F/A's in B/C one dedicated galley and two aisle F/A's

4 F/A's in M/C no dedicated galley F/A all 4 are on the carts, however usually the F/A on the left bottom of the cart is a galley F/A.
 
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RE: Question About AA 762 LAX-JFK Service

Sun Jan 08, 2006 1:39 pm

Quoting AASTEW (Reply 3):
2 F/A's in F/C one dedicated galley and one aisle F/A.

3 F/A's in B/C one dedicated galley and two aisle F/A's

4 F/A's in M/C no dedicated galley F/A all 4 are on the carts, however usually the F/A on the left bottom of the cart is a galley F/A.

That totals nine flight attendants. Fewer on some flights I am sure.
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RE: Question About AA 762 LAX-JFK Service

Mon Jan 09, 2006 1:55 am

Quoting September11 (Reply 4):
That totals nine flight attendants. Fewer on some flights I am sure.

Why do you say that?
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