easyJet to Remove Seats to Curb Staff Shortage

DALLAS – easyJet (U2) wants to eliminate seats from several of its aircraft this summer to conduct flights with fewer cabin crews.

As with many major airlines, U2 is dealing with staffing shortages as it strives to restore pre-pandemic service levels. The airline claims that by removing the back row of chairs from its A319 aircraft, it will be able to fly with three cabin crew instead of four.

However, this would limit the number of passengers on board to a maximum of 150.

The BBC quotes U2 saying the measure was an effective way of operating the fleet while “building additional read more ⇒

Source:: “Airways Magazine”

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