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Friday, October 9, 2020

Crew on flight duty are exempted from ..........

From what I know, crew on flight duty need not be swabbed for Covid-19. During flight, crew are instructed to have minimal contact with passengers. Dedicated toilets are assigned for crew use.
Whenever there is a night-stop at overseas station, crew are not to leave their hotel rooms for the duration of their stay. When they arrived back in Singapore, they do not have to serve the 14-day quarantine.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

If the crew are swab tested and quarantined after every flight, I think many may not want to stay with the airlines.

Anonymous said...

Only a small % of crew are flying and the rest are shaking legs at home receiving salaries support by the Govt. The best are the pilots who are being paid by the thousands for doing nothing. Some captains are paid salaries of up to 10k a month. Cabin crews' salaries are low like 2k a month.

Anonymous said...

Its not going to be profitable at all.Need at least 3/4 full for breakeven,profitability.If only repatriation flight for covid treatments in here due to low fatality rate,maybe could be r n d centre for covid,lots of spare capacity in ventilators.Probably exporting plasma to high ses countries,this seem the only bright spot.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous you should go work for Google, since you're so good at sharing new information.

Anonymous said...

Not accurate information. Tech crew (and I believe cabin crew) are swabbed a week after each flight.

Anonymous said...

Good.Or else asymtomatic pax,spread to community,earn peanuts,throw thousand.Or else somebody need to own up,or resign.

Anonymous said...

Yup they r swab a wk after their flt. Only few countries are exempted from it.

Anonymous said...

Not true. They are swabbed.