"CA" in context of cabin crew

English translation: Cabin attendant

19:38 Mar 6, 2020
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Aerospace / Aviation / Space
Dutch term or phrase: "CA" in context of cabin crew
I am working on an operations manual for cabin crew on a commercial airline. The abbreviation "CA" and "CA's" is used quote often, I think it means cabin crew but I can't think of what the A stands for. (Cabine A...…)

e.g. Hij zorgt er voor dat de CA op zelfstandige wijze persoonlijke service aan de klant geeft zodat deze tevreden van boord gaat.
Philip Trommel
United States
Local time: 21:52
English translation:Cabin attendant
Explanation:
Another term for air steward/stewardess/ cabin crew

https://onzetaal.nl/uploads/editor/11stewardess.pdf
https://blog.klm.com/nl/tag/cabin-attendant-nl/
https://zakenreis.nl/luchtvaart/werkindeling-van-cabineperso...
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Cabin attendant


Explanation:
Another term for air steward/stewardess/ cabin crew

https://onzetaal.nl/uploads/editor/11stewardess.pdf
https://blog.klm.com/nl/tag/cabin-attendant-nl/
https://zakenreis.nl/luchtvaart/werkindeling-van-cabineperso...

giovanni_v
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agree  Kitty Brussaard: Overtuigend bewijs :-)
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agree  Barend van Zadelhoff
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agree  Ronald van Riet: uiteraard, what else?
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agree  writeaway: Given the propensity for Dutch texts to use English terminology, definitely.
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agree  Tina Vonhof
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