|Quoting Rom1 (Thread starter):|
- and more importantly Southwest B737-700 (149 pax?)
|Quoting WNCrew (Reply 4):|
In the US it's 1/50 and then when you get into larger aircraft it gets more complicated.
|Quoting Tom12 (Reply 5):|
Interesting stuff. Could you further information on that a little more or post a link or something to read through?
(a) Each certificate holder shall provide at least the following flight attendants on each passenger-carrying airplane used:
(1) For airplanes having a maximum payload capacity of more than 7,500 pounds and having a seating capacity of more than 9 but less than 51 passengers—one flight attendant.
(2) For airplanes having a maximum payload capacity of 7,500 pounds or less and having a seating capacity of more than 19 but less than 51 passengers—one flight attendant.
(3) For airplanes having a seating capacity of more than 50 but less than 101 passengers—two flight attendants.
(4) For airplanes having a seating capacity of more than 100 passengers—two flight attendants plus one additional flight attendant for each unit (or part of a unit) of 50 passenger seats above a seating capacity of 100 passengers.
(b) If, in conducting the emergency evacuation demonstration required under §121.291 (a) or (b), the certificate holder used more flight attendants than is required under paragraph (a) of this section for the maximum seating capacity of the airplane used in the demonstration, he may not, thereafter, take off that airplane—
(1) In its maximum seating capacity configuration with fewer flight attendants than the number used during the emergency evacuation demonstration; or
(2) In any reduced seating capacity configuration with fewer flight attendants than the number required by paragraph (a) of this section for that seating capacity plus the number of flight attendants used during the emergency evacuation demonstration that were in excess of those required under paragraph (a) of this section.
(c) The number of flight attendants approved under paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section are set forth in the certificate holder's operations specifications.
|Quoting Rom1 (Thread starter):|
Jet Blue's A320 (156 pax)
|Quoting Viscount724 (Reply 11):|
When their predecessor, Crossair, operated these aircraft I believe they used 4 flight attendants due to their higher standard of inflight service in those days with hot meals for all passengers on many sectors.
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