May 31 is Cabin Crew Day:
Support our demand for safety and respect
We are cabin crew, the first responders of the sky. We save lives when passengers fall ill at 30,000 feet. We help deliver babies, calm anxious flyers, stop fights breaking out, and evacuate you safely if things go wrong.
The pandemic has affected us all. For us cabin crew, we have continued working while also facing uncertainty about our careers, endured long periods of isolation and extended exposure to the virus, and faced big increases in angry passengers.
Yes to Safety: a safe environment for cabin crew and passengers
Yes to Decent Jobs: Cabin Crew deserve fair pay and fair conditions
Yes to a Healthy Recovery: post-Covid plans should put workers’ health first
As aviation returns, and you start travelling again - on holiday, for work or to see your loved ones - we are asking you to support us as we demand safety and respect.
THIS #CABINCREWDAY SIGN UP TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT
Thank you for your interest and patience as we develop our new website. We intend to populate this section with news, ideas, information & suggestions of specific relevance and importance to our pilot and flight attendant members.
Please send your ideas, inputs, questions and commentaries to be published here to firstname.lastname@example.org in order to create a useful, interactive dialogue among us. Thank you!