Political correction overshadows British Airways. In fact, the company advised pilots and cabin crew Stop saying the famous phrase “ladies and gentlemen”. Conversely, only names with neutral terms will be used on the board. Reason? “To ensure all our customers feel welcome when traveling with us in order to celebrate diversity and inclusion,” the company said.
A choice that followed a decision by Lufthansa, EasyJet and Air Canada in 2019. Already in 2018, Quantas launched a “Spirit of Inclusion” initiative in which employees were encouraged to refrain from using gender-specific terms. He admitted “diversity for us is not an empty phrase, from now on we want to express our interest in language” Anya StingerGerman company spokesperson.
British company Aiways continues its battle for inclusion, as one employee stated: “We celebrate diversity and inclusion We are committed to ensuring that all of our customers feel welcome when they travel with us. “From now on, there will be a new salute. Another exaggerated politically correct name. And who knows how Italian companies will respond.
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