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Cabin Crew Safety Actions

January 11, 2024
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In the light of the two recent aviation incidents involving a Japan Airlines and an Alaska Airlines flights, EurECCA, the European Cabin Crew Association, deserves its utmost respect and gratitude to the cabin crew of these two airlines for their exemplary professionalism and composure under such stressful and emergencies circumstances.
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Happy New Year 2024!

January 4, 2024
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This year is a special one for us at EurECCA, as we celebrate our 10th anniversary. For ten years, we’ve been working hard for the rights and well-being of cabin crew members all over Europe.
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OPEN LETTER FROM PILOTS AND CABIN CREW TO COMMISSIONER ADINA VĂLEAN

December 21, 2023
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Social Issues & Working Condition
EurECCA & ECA wrote to Commissioner Vălean regarding the discussions on pilot fatigue which took place during the Transport Council of Ministers meeting on December 4, 2023. We would like to react to some of her statements as we believe they contain several inaccuracies, which could misinform the ministers, the Parliament, and the public in general.
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Omertà Above The Clouds

November 17, 2023
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Social Issues & Working Condition
Omertà Above The Clouds To start with a statement: Throughout the years the working conditions for aircrews have declined. Atypical forms of employment are on the rise, pushing safety at risk due to bad working conditions and a financial dependency finally leading aircrews to perform flights even if they are not fit to fly. But what does this exactly mean?
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EurECCA General Assembly 2023: A Milestone Event for European Cabin Crew

November 16, 2023
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Events
EurECCA General Assembly 2023: A Milestone Event for European Cabin Crew    We are delighted to share with our esteemed members and the broader aviation community that the European Cabin Crew Association (EurECCA) successfully held its General Assembly on November 8, 2023. This pivotal event marked a significant milestone in our continued efforts to advocate for the rights and welfare
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Use of Commander’s discretion

August 9, 2023
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Social Issues & Working Condition
Use of Commander’s discretionUse of Commander’s discretion It has become apparent to EurECCA that there is a level of confusion and differences of interpretation within some airlines regarding the application of Commander’s discretion as adopted in EASA Flight Time Limitations Scheme. We believe much of this confusion is a result of a lack of clear explanations of aircrews’ rights and
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Strengthening Regulations to Safeguard Rights and Conditions for European Cabin Crews

July 3, 2023
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Social Issues & Working Condition
Strengthening Regulations to Safeguard Rights and Conditions for European Cabin CrewsStrengthening Regulations to Safeguard Rights and Conditions for European Cabin Crews As the European Cabin Crew Association (EurECCA), we write this Position Paper to underscore the urgency of advancing legislation concerning the posting of workers within the aviation industry. This issue presents a high degree of complexity; however, that complexity
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EurECCA Supports EASA’s Safety Information Bulletin “Possible Risks Emerging During Summer 2023”

June 28, 2023
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Social Issues & Working Condition
EurECCA Supports EASA’s Safety Information Bulletin “Possible Risks Emerging During Summer 2023”EurECCA Supports EASA’s Safety Information Bulletin “Possible Risks Emerging During Summer 2023” EurECCA (European Cabin Crew Association) as a prominent organization representing the interests of cabin crew members across Europe focuses on ensuring the safety and well-being of cabin crews. EurECCA actively supports initiatives that promote safe working conditions