Everyone has guilty pleasures, and if you pretend like you don’t, you’re a liar on top of having an embarrassing guilty pleasure. And in the interest of full disclosure, we will reveal top flight attendant guilty pleasures. Guilty & oh so proud of them :P
Life is an album of chapters and it’s in no way too late to start a new one or experiment with new chapters. The world is full of individuals who take pleasure in different lifestyles. Some are following well-trodden paths, others have turned off the beaten track and the audacious ones are even paving their own road. Travelling will introduce to people and show you it is possible to make detour, change direction and plan your own route. It will teach you that you have no power over where you were born but you do have control over where you stop.
This week our #crewtofollow is Magdi Hafdhi from RyanAir who is a keen photographer, loves to travel and explore . His life has not been same ever since he started his profession as a cabin crew which has helped him grow in all perceptions.
The dawn of cinema happened just about the same time man first took flight, so it’s no doubt airplanes and aviators have been a frequent theme throughout film history. Despite the case, movies, books and television series toils best when we, flight attendants can recount to them. When we can see ourselves on screen or reflect back to a similar experience, it’s nearly as if the director is telling our life story.
Exhaustion, delirium and insomnia – we’ve all struggled with jet-lag after enduring a long-haul flight.For flight attendants, this is a regular occurrence. It is not easy for us to get into a routine when traveling and when your career requires more time in transit than anything else, it’s even more challenging.
But not impossible! Here are my top tips as to how flight attendants should maintain sleep cycle and beat jetlag.
From runway chic to psychedelic space cadet, flight attendants have worn a staggering variety of outfits in nearly nine decades in the air. Uniforms were mandatory from the get-go, with the first flight attendants in the 1930s wearing reassuringly nurse-like kit to inspire confidence in plane passengers. Since then, uniforms over the years have woven together aviation history and vintage fashion, with female attendants regularly being at the forefront of popular imagination.