EVA Refrigeration Policy

Old Nov 1, 19, 11:10 pm
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EVA Refrigeration Policy

Does EVA no longer allow FAs to cool food items for them for the duration of the flight?
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Old Nov 2, 19, 2:55 am
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this is already for a couple of years
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Old Nov 2, 19, 4:27 am
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Originally Posted by skyplane View Post
this is already for a couple of years
Ugh, I've managed to get it refrigerated last time. I guess it was a fluke.

Is there no chance even if I say they are not at all liable for anything that happens to said item?
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Old Nov 2, 19, 6:38 am
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How can you say that?

If your food item contaminates other food and someone else becomes ill, it is the carrier which is liable (and perhaps you). Most carriers banned the comingling of passenger food with carrier food items many years ago. But, no sensible air carrier would permit this today.

If a crew member does it today, it is against his employer's policy.
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Old Nov 2, 19, 7:26 am
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How can you say that?

If your food item contaminates other food and someone else becomes ill, it is the carrier which is liable (and perhaps you). Most carriers banned the comingling of passenger food with carrier food items many years ago. But, no sensible air carrier would permit this today.

If a crew member does it today, it is against his employer's policy.
Fair enough. I assumed (naively) that there would be empty refrigerated compartments.
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