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 →

Just keep swimming!

Orange You Glad (Orlando, FL)

It was all sun, all fun on a recent trip to Orlando. I was delighted to find out that I would be flying with Y.P., one of the women I … Continue Reading →


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 →


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 →


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 →

Ahhhhh yesss

Tally-ho Tampa! (Tampa, FL)

If you live on the eastern end of the US, chances are this is what it looks like outside your door: In the South, our summers are filled with beautiful … Continue Reading →


Human Tofu

When you become a flight attendant, you’re told you need to be flexible in order to do well in this line of work. What they don’t tell you is you’ll … Continue Reading →

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10 Tips To Succeed In Flight Attendant Training

So, you made it through the interview process, and at the very end you were one of the few and the proud who received the offer of conditional employment. I … Continue Reading →


The Art of Man Sniping

Funny story: So, of my 4 roommates, only Jasmine is single. And, as fate would have it, she and I have exactly the same type when it comes to guys. Tall, … Continue Reading →

latte art on my beverage from Dubsea coffee in Seattle. So cool!

Stay Calm and Eat Clam (Seattle, WA)

How would you feel if you were about to embark on a cross country trip, only to realize you had left all your luggage at home? It’s exhilarating, you should try … Continue Reading →