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Someone’s Created a ‘Crew Shame’ Twitter Feed Which Is–Well–a Terrible Idea

  • 7 min read

Do you enjoy having someone look over your shoulder at work and, what’s more, publish all of you perceived peccadilloes for the world to see? You’re in luck!

You could now get a job as cabin crew or flight crew to ensure that happens.

Someone has now created a Twitter feed expressly intended to shame airline crew who “misbehave.”

https://twitter.com/michellelazzaro/status/687647157868990464

To this ‘outrageous’ reaction, the mystery account in question replied:

“If passengers can be shamed then ✈️ flight crews are fair game! Level playing fields are a good thing. ????

And yeah..no. 

Air New Zealand Brings On “Board” Onboard In New Wicked Safety Video

  • 5 min read

Air New Zealand, which has long ruled the wave of infotainment In-Flight Cabin Safety Videos, takes to the waters again with a fresh combination of safety entertainment and destination marketing. Air New Zealand brought together surfing greats from around the world to produce its latest on “board “safety video, filmed at famous surf breaks across… 

What You Need To Know About the Risks Of Flying With Gadgets

  • 3 min read

As reported by Aircraft Interiors International Magazine, a fire in the overhead compartment onboard KLM flight KL875 on March 15, originating from the battery of a TV crew’s drone unit, raises questions once again of how aviation can manage a situation over which it has no control: the decision by electronics manufacturers to use volatile Lithium-Ion batteries in their equipment rather than safer, equally effective and inexpensive alternatives.

Latest Airbus Seat Design Development Is A Boon to Babes

  • 5 min read

Airbus has been to cornering the market on key patents for seat designs clearly intended to protect various special applications and technologies–raising the question of whether the aircraft manufacturer plans to spread its capacities (and its catalogues) to design and sales of Airbus seating.   One recent introduction is a much… 

Norway to Allow Armed Guards On Board Aircraft Bound for US and Israel

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The Norwegian Airports company, Avinor, announced today that Norway will, for the first time, allow armed guards onboard flights destined to the US and Israel, and passengers’ concerns on the decision taken by the Ministry of Transport. “European countries allow armed guards on board foreign aircraft, and now Norway is… 

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