All posts by Scott Arnold

Why Do Flight Attendants On Private Jets Pay For Their Own Training?

PART 5 in Scott D Arnold’s series about business aviation, corporate flight attendants, and private jet cabin training.  

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Is Business Aviation Compromising the ‘Justification of the Third Crew Member?’

Scott Arnold, in Part 4 of ‘Name Game Series’ business aviation, cabin safety, and the danger of placing more importance on soft-skills over safety.

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THE NAME GAME – Part 3: The Rise of Misinformation for Cabin Safety Training – CFR Part 142 and the G550EC

Corporate Flight Attendant and consultant, Scott D. Arnold peels back the layers in cabin safety training.

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The Name Game: CABIN SAFETY TRAINING BRANDING IN BUSINESS AVIATION

The stigmas from over-branding yourself with a training vendor’s identity and stating you are “certified” By Scott D. Arnold; Sājet Solutions In my previous blog, The Name Game for Business

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Is it “Corporate Flight Attendant, Cabin Attendant, Cabin Server or…??”: The ‘Name Game’ for Business Aviation Cabin Crew

What is the correct title for cabin crewmembers in business aviation and how do we correctly feature it on our resumes and other platforms?

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Landing Corporate Flight Attendant Interviews In Business Aviation: Part 2

Tips, techniques and professional etiquette skills for face-to-face flight attendant interviews.

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Landing Corporate Flight Attendant Interviews in Business Aviation: Tips, Techniques, and Professional Etiquette Skills

Tips, techniques, and professional etiquette skills to land corporate flight attendant interviews in the dynamic and competitive environment of business aviation. Blog by Scott D. Arnold, partner at DaVinci

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Pack Your Patience – COVID-19 Impact Recovery in Business Aviation

‘Flight Attendant Life’ guest contributor, Scott D. Arnold, focuses on the impact and affect COVID-19 has had on business aviation and a corporate flight attendant’s career.

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Corporate Flight Attendant Salaries 101: Netting Your Worth in Business Aviation

Corporate flight attendant salaries vary as vastly as the job descriptions. A summary of pay, salary info, and how to determine earning potential in business aviation.

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Social Media in Aviation: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Scott D. Arnold, partner at DaVinci Inflight Training Institute, shares best social media practices and tips for flight attendants and aviation professionals.

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