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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That ‘Other Life’

You live ‘Flight Attendant Life’ and then you live that ‘other life.’ The one that includes the realities of home, unrequited crushes, babies, bills, stillness, and all the things

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