jetskipper wrote:At United each sub-group sUA and sCO are qualified on all types in the fleet, the difference would be that the sUA FAs are qualified additionally on the A319/20 and the 747-400 (for 4 more days...).
IPFreely wrote:Why are Delta FA's required to be qualified on the CS100 when they don't have any, and won't have any for a long time, if ever?
PatrickZ80 wrote:As far as I know you don't have to be qualified for every aircraft type on the fleet, only for the type of aircraft you work on. This goes for pilots and of course cabin crew as well. Some flight attendants might have qualifications for more types of aircraft, but they don't usually switch that often. Mostly they stay with one type of aircraft for a longer time and only get a new qualification once it's certain they'll make the switch to that type of aircraft in the forseeable future.
Then of course there's airlines with only one type of aircraft in their fleet, so their crews only need to be certified for that one type of aircraft.
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