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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
Private jet flight attendants come from all different career experience and backgrounds— not just commercial aviation.
Many believe that a commercial flight attendant’s job and corporate flight attendant’s
Abruptly, I stop mid-chatter. ‘Woah. I sound like I’m all over the place, don’t I?” A half smile crosses his face while a head tilt of amusement appears in the space between my words. In his calm
This is Jet Life— Confessions of a flight attendant.
Note: I wrote this months ago, but added some in at time of publishing. Hope you enjoy!
I’m tired. In a good way.
Crudité and cheese platters.
My definition of travel has adapted throughout the years. Since beginning my employment in the aviation industry. Many pilots and cabin crew—who have been ‘lifers of the skies’— will mention that
I find myself drained, reclusive, and wanting to ‘disappear’ from the world. I spend hours hiding in my room in the beautiful 4-bedroom ocean-view home where I rent a room. I’ve lived here for so
By Griffin Bruehl
So you get a trip. It’s a 12-hour flight from Paris to Tokyo. You are carrying six passengers and four crew; including yourself. All beds in the cabin are filled and your crew rest
I don’t know how to explain what has been happening in my career and life during the past year; let alone this past month. The ‘unbelievableness’ started with being thrown onto a private A320. That
Five Things a Year of Flying Taught Me
By: Ashley Geyer
My reason for writing this list is that I want whoever reads it to be confident in themselves— in their dreams, in their choices, and
One of the most frequent questions flight attendants field, or that I hear on this blog is, “What is your schedule like as cabin crew?” This inquiry usually
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