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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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How-To Get Corporate Flight Attendant Experience (When You Have None)

The frustration to find experience is felt deeply as a new flight attendant. Thoughts on corporate flight attendant experience in private aviation.

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Landing Corporate Flight Attendant Interviews In Business Aviation: Part 2

Tips, techniques and professional etiquette skills for face-to-face flight attendant interviews.

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Pack Your Patience – COVID-19 Impact Recovery in Business Aviation

‘Flight Attendant Life’ guest contributor, Scott D. Arnold, focuses on the impact and affect COVID-19 has had on business aviation and a corporate flight attendant’s career.

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“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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Moving On…

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

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Risk

‘Do what you love’ sounds nice, but what does it take? 

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My Schedule is NOT the reason we won’t work out…

The words match my cadence— deliberate and steady— as we walk side-by-side along the Southern California sea. I pause to let my message sink in and yet skip effortlessly past how this may make him

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How I went from minimum wage to earning six-figures as a corporate flight attendant

I thought I had made the biggest mistake— leaving my job as an international cabin crew member to…literally nothing. I left without a job lined up, without savings to fall back on, AND without

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5 Things You Don’t Expect Out Of ‘Flight Attendant Life’

Many flight attendant hopefuls, or long-time cabin crew, prepare themselves for certain aspects of the aviation lifestyle. We expect the jetlag. We understand relationships will maintain an element of

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