Category Archives for Aviation Travel

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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“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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Landed

When you don’t expect to land here, don’t know when and where you will take-off next, but there is a peace in this place.

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Adventure Is In The Sky

I want to write you a blog about life— four months, twenty six days, and twelve hours—amidst my private aviation world, but what I want to say and what

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“Life Envy:” How To Deal When Everyone Else’s Adventure Appears Better Than Your Own

I looked out over the sun glinting against the Pacific— the chill of February slipping beneath my light hoodie as I quietly contemplated his question. I can’t even remember the question now, but

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You Will Never Be The Same: Thoughts On Travel, Masada, & Israel

Often, I find it hard to comprehend how it is that I have had the chance— in a short few years of being a flight attendant— to see places, not just once, but multiple times. It took London and me

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“These Boots Were Made For Travel:” AirlineShoes.com ‘Cabin Crew Shoe (& Winter Boot) Review

  I practically lived in my new pair of boots from AirlineShoes.com while in Paris over the weekend. “Have you worn those every single day?” he asked me.

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Magic Moments In America: Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

I am mesmerized with foreign cities and abroad destinations. I know the United States has many a magical city and a broad spectrum of sites, but rarely do I

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Flight Attendant Tip: Just Remember ‘The Essentials’

“Where did you just fly in from?” the baggage agent said in response to my question of where my kite bag would turn up in the baggage claim area. “Ft

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The Magic Of Mexico: Escaping To Isla Blanca

Editor’s note: this is a very personal confession of my life. It’s not so much about flying, but on my own relationships, struggles, and uncertainties; which I guess—ultimately— is very

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