Category Archives for Aviation Career

“Before a Work Trip:” Truths of being a corporate flight attendant

Navigating the unknowns and unpredictability of corporate aviation and working on private jets.

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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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Part-Time Flight Attendant. Full-Time Dreamer.

Being a flight attendant is addicting, rewarding, overwhelming and unexpected— but it’s not everything. Reminders of being you and being exactly where you need to be.

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The Importance of Mentoring in an Aviation Career

The importance of mentors and mentees as a corporate flight attendant in business aviation.

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“Just a” Flight Attendant

With each revolution, my legs marched to the rhythm of a pumping beat. Left, right, left, right. Push, pull, push, pull. I closed my eyes to drown out the darkness and the angry burn of tired legs. “The

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Dream Jobs Don’t Last Forever.

Questions on fear, failing, love, and belonging in ‘Flight Attendant Life.’

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Networking at Aviation Events as a Corporate Flight Attendant

Scott D. Arnold, partner at DaVinci Inflight Training Institute, shares best networking practices for corporate flight attendants attending aviation events.

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Moving On…

You are brave enough to move on. You are strong enough to stay.

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A Flight Attendant’s Time

When travel and schedules are dictated on someone else’s time table. It’s the nature of aviation, but what happens when it conflicts?

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Doesn’t Feel Real

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

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