|Quoting Anirudhvs (Thread starter):|
Does anyone know the therepists- Amy and Nisha?
|Quoting Antonovman (Reply 4):|
What happens with these therapists in the event of an emergency ?
Do they act like flight attendants, ie are they trained to assist in emergencies or are they treated as passengers
|Quoting QatarA340 (Reply 5):|
Apparently, on each flight the treatments differ.
|Quoting Anirudhvs (Reply 7):|
no they do not differ..it is just that sometimes the country of destination maynot allow oils onboard...so they then havto cancel certain massages ...and sometimes the country of destination may not allow sharp objects like manicure tools...so sometimes ...they have to cancel the manicure...like on my lfight from delhi to london ..they could not do a manicure ..as the security laws at heathrow did not permit it on board...!!
|Quoting Anirudhvs (Reply 6):|
hi ..thanks for taking part in this session ..... these therapists are trained in the same way as the other in-flight crew...it just that after their training is over some of them are selected as inflight therapists....they sometimes even help the cabin crew when they get too busy ..further question? most welcome..!! thanks ...anirudh...!!
|Quoting StarGuy (Reply 12):|
I have to just make a slight correction to this statement. The Inflight Beauty Therapists are recruited as Therapist and must have extensive experience and or training in beauty therapy prior to applying. They go through the same medical, safety, emergency and security training as cabin crew but don't/shouldn't participate in services. In an emergency they can and will act in the same way as main crew.