Jackbr
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Cabin Crew On Qantas A330's

Thu Jun 10, 2010 6:52 am

How many cabin crew operate on the A330-200 and 300? Does it differ between domestic and international? Also, which of the two seats at R1 are occupied? I believe one is a crew rest seat, therefore only occupied inflight.
 
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RE: Cabin Crew On Qantas A330's

Thu Jun 10, 2010 10:27 pm

Here's a document that has a bunch of information about crew staffing and training on the QF A330. http://www.a330jam.com/documents/emerproc.pdf
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RE: Cabin Crew On Qantas A330's

Fri Jun 11, 2010 4:09 am

Not sure if its explained in that document as I can't open it, but at least when I had something to do with it, QF cabin crew were divided into long haul and short haul (ex-QF and ex-TN). Both types are trained on A330s. In fact, short haul can do all types except 747 and A380, and long haul could do everything but A380 and 737. A380 was to have a dedicated pool of specialist cabin crew. I don't know why either, but probably to reduce the restrictiveness and complexity of the award.
 
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RE: Cabin Crew On Qantas A330's

Sun Jun 13, 2010 10:06 pm

For those who couldn't open it.

MINIMUM CABIN CREW COMPLIMENT (CASA requirement)
-200 9
-300 domestic 10
-300 international 9 (less business class seats due to skybed size)
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RE: Cabin Crew On Qantas A330's

Mon Jun 14, 2010 1:26 am

I think I must have misread the question.

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