#Russia ‘s @Aeroflot is a sexist & ageist #airline , which dismisses its female workers if they gain weight: https://t.co/FuEYxY0BDD Alex Kokcharov (@AlexKokcharov) April 20, 2017 One of the flight attendants filing a suit against the airline, Evgeniya Magurina, said that the airline had been quietly introducing these new rules determining how female employees should look. She said: “All stewardesses were photographed, measured and weighed by the airline in June last year, supposedly to have new uniforms ordered. “When my boss looked at my photo, he said: “Zhenya, you know, your cheeks are too big for international flights. And you have big breasts, so you should be wearing a sports bra.” This is the way they explained to me the new rules.” “Everyone older than 40 or with clothing size larger than small or medium was taken off international flights,” and claimed that staff had to be between 5,2″ and 5,6″. However, the lawsuit was a failure has with Moscow’s court rejecteing their “sex discrimination” claim. The airline has denied these claims in an official statement: “Aeroflot does not discriminate on age, sex, weight, appearance, religious or political convictions, or indeed any other grounds. The claim that the expert medical commission has been instructed to remove ‘old and ugly’ cabin crew from flight duties is untrue.” The airline has however, admitted that every extra kilogram of weight leads to clothing online shopping extra costs of around 800 roubles (11) per year. Serfei Kovalyoy, who is representing the airline in the case, said that Russian labour laws allowed employers to consider how “elevated body dimensions prevent the rapid movement of a flight attendant on the aisles”. He also explained that excessive weight of employees could slow down the aircraft evacuations in the case of an emergency. Aeroflot has been recently rated as Russia’s “most powerful brand”, and the company have explained that the flight attendants are the face of their airline as the national carrier for Russia so count as the country’s “business card”.
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The airline state this is the maximum they can pay out in in line with EU Regulation 261/2004 – the law surrounding compensation and assistance to passengers in the event of being denied boarding, having a flight cancelled or a flight severely delayed. In a statement to Mirror Money, the airline added: EasyJet would like to apologise to Mr and Mrs Fox for the inconvenience caused by them being mistakenly advised their flight from London Gatwick to Rome Fiumicino on 29 June 2015 had been cancelled. EasyJet takes it responsibilities under EU261 very seriously and has been commended by the CAA for its handling of EU261 claims. We will always provide compensation when it is due. What happens if your flight is cancelled, delayed – or you’re denied boarding Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: Getty An estimated 4,000 flights were cancelled and over 120,000 delayed across Europe in August 2016 – causing misery for thousands of passengers and many families. Delays A flight is legally considered as delayed if the take-off happens at least two hours after the scheduled time. In the event of a delay, passengers can expect to be offered free meals as well as refreshments. They have the right to make phone calls free of charge or to send two faxes, telex or emails to inform others about the delay. In the event of a delay lasting at least five hours, passengers can request the reimbursement of their full ticket price within seven days, regardless of flight distance. If the flight is delayed 3 hours or more at the final destination, then compensation is due according to European Regulation No 261/2004.
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