|Quoting APYu (Reply 5):|
Perhaps also it could upset the expensive crew and make them kick off again ("why do we have to work harder..." etc.).
|Quoting qf002 (Reply 12):|
I know EK has 3 in F on all aircraft. I'll contact somebody in the know and find out about their J crews!
|Quoting LHRFlyer (Reply 11):|
The changes to crewing levels saved BA £60m a year. I don't see any changes to reverse them unless there is a significant increase in workloads to justify the extra expense and there are a lot of other areas in which money could be spent to improve the passenger experience. After all the battles BA had to go through to push through the crewing level changes, politically, no-one in senior management is going to sponsor a proposal for board approval and even if someone did I doubt the BA/IAG boards would approve it without, as I say, an increase in workloads to justify it.
|Quoting airnewzealand (Reply 17):|
First: 3 (2 Cabin Operators 1 Galley-Dedicated)
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