Responsibilities

  • Created by: Kate Fish
  • Created on: 04-06-18 17:59
Common language
EASA requires VA to ensure crew communicate in a common language and understand language of the manual. common language is UK English
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Chain of command
Captain, first officer then other flight crew, flight service manager, CSS, all other cabin crew
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Long range releif
Captain taking rest = first officer on the right becomes acting pilot in command.
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Long range releif
FSM must tell acting pilot in command the CSS in temp in charge and must be positioned in the forward cabin where practicable.
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Cabin crew compliment
Min Easa requirement is no less than one CCM for every 50 passenger seats installed on the same deck.
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Minimum required crew
B787 - 8, A330 - 8, A340 - 10, B747 - 11
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Non-required cabin crew
assist with safety and security checks and procedures but are not allocated a required crew seat.
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Positioning crew
Travel as passengers in order to be in the right place to operate a flight. crewing will determine if they need to operate.
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Items required to be carried
Torch/spare batteries, passport and ID, attestation, cabin crew aircraft type certificate and medical report, watch, hi-viz, resuscitation pocket mask. If not must be documented on flight quality report.
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Function
comfort to passengers by adhering to company procedures and continuous application of technical and interpersonal skills.
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Other cards in this set

Card 2

Front

Chain of command

Back

Captain, first officer then other flight crew, flight service manager, CSS, all other cabin crew

Card 3

Front

Long range releif

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

Long range releif

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

Cabin crew compliment

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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