Category Archives for Aviation Career

Benefits of Flying For A Small Airline

I receive emails every once in awhile from someone inquiring which airlines are better to work for.  That really depends on what you are wanting out of your flying experience.  Anywhere that you work

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From Cabin To Cockpit

I’ve started another project, because of course, I need one more thing to do (sarcasm).  I’m beginning the process of becoming a pilot, which seems partly strange, as one of the statements

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You Must Be My Soulmate

There is a lot that I never predicted about my Flight Attendant Life.  Once, I remember I said that if I was going to work for a different airline, I would only want to work for Southwest or Hawaiian,

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Your Life In A Crash Pad

I’m a firm believer that no one should claim permanent residency at a hostel.  It’s just not a home.  Same with a flight attendant crash pad.  It’s just not normal to only live at

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The Crew Layover

Layovers- people outside of the airline industry have a curiosity, questioning what happens on these overnight trips.  Just as many seem to believe that being a flight attendant is glamorous, they’ve

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Flight Attendant Problems

Flight Attendant Problems… And flight attendants have a lot of them.  Being a flight attendant is not just a career, but a lifestyle.  All aspects of a flight

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Take-Offs & Landings.

Take-off. What I do best. Landing?  Still circling the pattern. This begins one month in Washington. I don’t think that being a flight attendant has to be as gypsy-esque as my life has been since

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My Address Is A Hotel

“Do you have a room preference?” the dark haired girl at the hotel check-in asked with a signature hotel check-in smile, which I do believe is a close cousin to the flight attendant grin.

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I Almost Peed My Pants

Doubled over, tears forming in my eyes, I had lost all control.  It was seconds until I knew I would pee my pants…well, skirt to be exact.  I don’t know what going to work is like for you,

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How I Travel

I don’t have a secret formula to seamlessly smooth travel.  My trips aren’t seamlessly smooth, so I don’t use formulas.  They’re fun, and you don’t need predictability for

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