#BeBoldForChange: All-women crews for Lufthansa Group

#BeBoldForChange: All-women crews for Lufthansa Group

BRUSSELS — Brussels Airlines is operating its Berlin flights today with solely female cockpit and cabin crew, in celebration of International Women’s Day. Lufthansa Group members SWISS, Austrian and Lufthansa follow suit and fly from Frankfurt, Munich, Dusseldorf, Geneva and Vienna with female cockpit crews to Berlin Tegel.

Under the slogan #BeBoldForChange, International Women’s day is organized all over the world on March 8 to emphasize the importance of equality between men and women and in particular the need for a better, more inclusive world, says the carrier.

All-women crews for Lufthansa Group

Brussels Airlines contributes with a symbolic action, by operating several flights to Berlin, one of the busiest connections in the Brussels Airlines network, with female-only crews.

Brussels Airlines employs 1,810 women and 1,739 men, putting women slightly in the majority (51%). Female co-workers are employed in all parts of the company: management, cockpit- and cabin crew (10% of pilots are female; 72% of cabin crews), ground staff at the airport, aircraft maintenance, Brussels Airlines Cargo and all support services.

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