Tag Archives: Crew

News: Ryanair recognises Italian cabin crew union

Ryanair has signed its first cabin crew union recognition agreement with ANPAC and ANPAV, who will be the representative body for Ryanair directly employed cabin crew in Italy. This agreement follows extensive negotiations with ANPAC and ANPAV since Ryanair’s December 2017 announcement that it was willing to recognise Unions for collective bargaining purposes. Ryanair said it welcomed the constructive engagement ...

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News: Etihad Airways signs with Boeing for new crew management solutions

Boeing has announced an agreement with Etihad Airways, the national carrier of the United Arab Emirates, to provide multiple crew management solutions to support the planning and operation of the airline’s 7,500 crewmembers. Through the agreement, Etihad Airways will integrate crew pairing, rostering and fatigue risk management solutions to optimise planning, crew satisfaction and reduce costs. Provided through Boeing subsidiary ...

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What the remarkable run of 'Big Bang Theory' means for Hollywood — and the show's cast and crew

There’s the Big Bang Theory in science that explains how the universe began from a staggeringly hot, dense point roughly 13.7 billion years ago. But millions are more familiar with the other “Big Bang Theory”—the one that’s been on CBS for 11 years. And in the cosmos of modern-day television, it stands out like a shining star. True, this multi-camera ...

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News: Cabin crew at Thomas Cook Airlines to get pay increase

Over 2,000 cabin crew at Thomas Cook Airlines will get an inflation linked 3.6 per cent pay increase from this April, following a two year pay deal negotiated by Unite. The deal is equivalent to an extra £600 a year for a typical crew member. The two-year agreement also increases cabin crew allowances, which make up a significant proportion of ...

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The 'Workaholics' crew reunites for raunchy Netflix comedy 'Game Over, Man!'

While countless pop culture references abound — including “Die Hard,” “Home Alone,” “La La Land” and an immortal line the late Bill Paxton delivered in “Aliens” that gives the film its title — and the guys occasionally over-reach for irreverence, director and fellow “Workaholics” veteran Kyle Newacheck mainly succeeds in delivering the most defiantly outrageous farce since “Borat.” … ENTERTAINMENT ...

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Robert Rodriguez: The $7,000 Movie is Now Reality TV on ‘Rebel Without a Crew’

Before Robert Rodriguez created the El Rey Network in 2013, he came up with the contest: He would task burgeoning filmmakers with executing their first features in two weeks for just $ 7,000, the same limitations that produced his storied debut. (Said Rodriguez: “I thought no one was going to see it; that’s why I spent so little.”) “El Mariachi” ...

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