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Why Do Flight Attendants On Private Jets Pay For Their Own Training?

PART 5 in Scott D Arnold’s series about business aviation, corporate flight attendants, and private jet cabin training.  

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All things new…

A Corporate Flight Attendant’s thoughts on goal setting, dreams, and trusting the process even if the outcome is uncertain.

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What do Corporate Flight Attendants [Actually] Do?

What does a Corporate Flight Attendant do? Essential skillsets of successful corporate flight attendants— demystified.

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

Finding it (almost) impossible to get corporate flight attendant experience when you don’t have any? This blog is for you.

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Landing Corporate Flight Attendant Interviews in Business Aviation: Tips, Techniques, and Professional Etiquette Skills

Tips, techniques, and professional etiquette skills to land corporate flight attendant interviews in the dynamic and competitive environment of business aviation. Blog by Scott D. Arnold, partner at DaVinci

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The Unknown: When travel and ‘Flight Attendant Life’ (as you know it) stops.

When travel is such a significant part of your lifestyle and all of your income, what happens when crisis hits? Reflections on being a flight attendant and the real reason travel mattered so much.

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Corporate Flight Attendant Salaries 101: Netting Your Worth in Business Aviation

Corporate flight attendant salaries vary as vastly as the job descriptions. A summary of pay, salary info, and how to determine earning potential in business aviation.

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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 Flight Attendant Resume: Part 2

Scott D. Arnold, Partner at DaVinci Training Institute, shares how to design a resume so it stands out and attracts a hiring manager’s attention.

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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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