Doesn’t Feel Real

When so much travel, adventure, and ‘flight attendant life’ doesn’t feel real.

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A Personal Life…

You should really stop telling me that I travel too much. I’m quite aware of how much I travel. I’m a flight attendant.

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The Flight Attendant Resume: Part 2

Scott D. Arnold, Partner at DaVinci Training Institute, shares how to design a resume so it stands out and attracts a hiring manager’s attention.

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Being a corporate flight attendant is like dating…in LA.

The relationships we start, maintain, and hope for in both love and career.

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Bumble Abroad: It’s all about the ‘away’ game

My dating life looks different than yours. Confessions of finding love as a flight attendant.

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The Backup Plan

Doesn’t every crew member constantly contemplate ‘The Backup Plan’— what they might do (or will do) once they are no longer a flight attendant?

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A New Generation of Private Jet Catering: An Interview with Vintage Caterers

How Eli Bensoussan of Vintage Caterers is Changing the Reputation of Inflight Catering Companies 

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Must. Be. Nice.

“Hey Cory! Where are the ice buckets?” I ask in a hurried tone. “Oh. I can get you ice,” another line guy, NOT named Cory, helpfully offers. “Ok great! Thanks!” I respond as I begin moving

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Flight Attendant Q&A: Jamie Gibson Founder of @Flightess

Q&A with Flightess.com Founder and Corporate Flight Attendant Jamie Gibson.

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“The Résumé:” How flight attendants can impress a hiring manager in less than six seconds

As a corporate flight attendant, the resume is the prospective employer’s first impression of you, and it’s your strongest promotional tool prior to meeting the client.

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