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10 Signs You Might Be Right For A Career As A flight Attendant

Greetings friends, family and internet cephalopods! I venture forth onto my laptop today to share with you 10 reasons why you might be right for a career as a flight … Continue Reading →


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10 Signs You May *NOT* Be Right For A Career As A Flight Attendant

One of the top questions I get on this blog is about the lifestyle of a flight attendant from ladies and gents who aspire to be one, either whimsically or … Continue Reading →


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How To Make A (Very Decent) Iced Latte On An Airplane For Free

One of my favorite things about my job is the crazy awesome tips and tricks I learn from the senior flight attendants. I’ve heard everything from making grilled cheese with … Continue Reading →


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Sky Snippets: Medical Emergencies On A Plane

Before I begin, I’d like to clarify that I am not medically trained and have very little knowledge of how to save a life beyond the standard CPR course we … Continue Reading →


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Regional vs. Mainline: A Flight Attendant’s Perspective

When I was applying to be a flight attendant last Fall, my approach was to leave no stone left unturned. I applied to obscure little airlines and all the big … Continue Reading →


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10 Apps Flight Attendants Should Download Right Now

  WinBid — This delightful app is the flight attendant’s best friend. Airline crews prepare their bid for their monthly schedule. It displays all monthly lines and their associated trip pairings (and … Continue Reading →


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How To Negotiate With Flight Attendant Scheduling Like A Pro

As a reserve flight attendant, the #1 thing you can do to get the best trips is learn to negotiate with scheduling. They pretty much have your life in their … Continue Reading →


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It’s not the years, it’s the mileage

“Your flight has been cancelled.” These are the five words I like least to hear. Ever. Especially when it means I no longer have a way to get back to … Continue Reading →


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Flight Attendant Approved Shoes

When I went into flight attendant training, I bought a beautiful pair of comfortable pumps. They were kind of pricey, but I did my research; they were made by a … Continue Reading →


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10 Items Every Flight Attendant Needs On A Trip

Over the last several months, I’ve learned a thing or two about what a flight attendant needs on a long (or short) trip. It’s a slow process, sprinkled with moments … Continue Reading →