A survey of over 400 cabin crew shows high rates of sexual harassment
Jetstar is using a loophole to exploit Thai international crew on domestic flights, allowing them to pay crew as little as $100 a week. Not only was the company paying them poverty wages, the crew also weren’t trained on safety procedures including domestic check in or aircraft equipment, and reported being forced to work 20 hour shifts.
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