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Flight Attendant Furlough

Airline flight attendants and pilots are experiencing furloughs. It feels like an end to the adventure, but what if you can see it as a new beginning?

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Are you a commercial flight attendant hoping to be a corporate flight attendant? This blog is for you.

For commercial flight attendants facing the fear of furlough and looking to stay in aviation? Being a corporate flight attendant and breaking into private aviation will be much different than you think.

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“The New Flight Attendant Life:” Being a flight attendant during COVID-19

What it’s like facing a global pandemic when your job requires you to travel as an airline flight attendant or corporate flight attendant.

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Why Being a Flight Attendant is like Finding Your Soulmate

Bingo, I thought as the question casually rolled off the lead pilot’s tongue. “So, are you looking for a full-time job?” Whether I wanted a full-time position with more security and

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Southwest Airlines didn’t hire me as a Flight Attendant (but then THIS happened)

A long overdue ‘Thank You’ to Southwest Airlines for NOT hiring me at the Flight Attendant interview I owe Southwest Airlines a long overdue ‘Thank you.’ I need to thank that company

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What Personality Trait Makes A ‘Great’ (Not Just ‘Good’) Flight Attendant?

What is it that separates the good flight attendants from the great ones? What is that makes a great flight attendant?

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The Flight Attendant Grind

0300 Wake-ups. Plane after plane. Grumpy passenger after mean one. Prefaced by smelly person with ending credits that of another rude human. Normally, you are

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Life Of Bye

  Some people feel trapped in their desk jobs. I know—not so much from personal experience—but because they have told me. These people who must stay crave

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Why Working For A Regional Airline Will Be The Best Time of Your Life

  The van door slams shut and we are ready to go to the airport. Well, “ready” is a relative term. It’s 4:45am in Sitka, Alaska, and barely light even in the late-summer season.

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