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Cabin Crew professionals streamline major role to safety at first fair

VETERAN  Cabin Crew practitioners  have agreed that the job description of a cabin crew goes beyond the glamour and most times the misconception associated with it as they highlighted the complexity of the profession stressing that the major role of the profession beyond all is safety. Cabin crew professionals  made this known at the Cabin Crew fair  organized by veteran …

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US device ban: Emirates introduces laptop, tablet handling service for US flights

FOLLOWING the United States ban on mobile devices including laptops and tablets on inbound flights from certain mid-eastern countries, Emirates has concluded plans for US-bound passengers to use their laptops and tablets until just before boarding. The airline has stated that customers travelling to the US via Dubai will be able to utilize their laptops and tablet devices on the …

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Delta continues multi-billion dollar investment in customer experience with Alessi products

IN another move to further elevate the in-flight customer experience, Delta has partnered with globally renowned design company Alessi to curate a modern, stylish and functional collection of service products and tableware, which will appear in flight beginning April 1. Delta’s serviceware enhancements are part of the airline’s multi-billion dollar investment in the customer experience that includes a cabin modernization …

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Delta’s Master Sommelier handpicks exclusive wines for US-Nigeria route

DELTA’S Master Sommelier, Andrea Robinson, has hand-picked her 2017 Wine selections, offering exclusive choices to Delta One customers flying between Nigeria and the United States. The vintages will appear on a rotating seasonal basis, with two different reds and whites available every three months. During the summer (June-August), one white will be substituted for a refreshing French rose on Delta’s …

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Emirates sets standards for on-board medical care

FLIGHT diversions due to inflight medical emergencies make up a tiny portion of the millions of flights operated annually, but it is costly for airlines. With more people traveling by air, the actual number of inflight medical events has been gradually increasing over the years. Emirates, the largest airline by international traffic, operate over 3,500 departures a week, or more …

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Mamajsaviationblog, CheckinNigeria host first Cabin Crew Fair in Nigeria

AS part of efforts to highlight the importance of the role of the Cabin Crew in the entire gamut of flight operations, Cabin Crew  manager and Publisher of online aviation news, Joy Ogbebo aka Mama J’s Aviation blog in conjunction with CheckinNigeria  will host the first Ever Cabin Crew Fair in Nigeria. The event which takes place on March 29 …

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Delta brings popular Nollywood movies free on-board flights from Nigeria

FIRST it was Hollywood, then Bollywood and now Delta Air Lines is bringing Nollywood to the skies with Nigerian-made movies on board its flights. The genre is being rolled out across Delta’s inflight entertainment system Delta Studio and will be complete in April. The first films to be shown will be Bambitious and A Place Called Happy, with more titles …

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BA enjoins business travellers to manage budgets at 2016 On Business breakfast event

BRITISH Airways, in an effort to enlighten business travellers manage finances at this time of recession,  is aiding them manage their travel budget through its ‘On Business Loyalty Programme’, with the aim of helping them adjust their travelling plans, through the challenges of recession. The airline at the recently held on Business Breakfast Event 2016 at the prestigious Eko Hotel …

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