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“Now what?” COVID & A Flight Attendant Career

Global pandemics are not that great for a flight attendant career. Confessions on one flight attendant, coping.

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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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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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Finding a “New Normal”

Learning to cope when your entire life rhythm changes and travel stops

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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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You’re going to give up on me…

My schedule is NOT the reason we won’t work out…or maybe it is. A flight attendant’s schedule and dating.

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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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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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4 Fitness Tips for Flight Attendants During the Holidays

Charity Nelms— flight attendant, fitness coach, and inspiring female— shares four fitness tips for flight attendants to stay healthy during the hectic holiday travel season.

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“Just a” Flight Attendant

With each revolution, my legs marched to the rhythm of a pumping beat. Left, right, left, right. Push, pull, push, pull. I closed my eyes to drown out the darkness and the angry burn of tired legs. “The

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