This job is for someone who enjoys flying, is independent and can handle many different, unique situations. Those that make it past the first six months tend to have it in their blood and become what they refer to as “Lifers” and find that being a flight attendant is not as much a job as it is a lifestyle.
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If idyllic beaches are your thing, then a layoverto the Portuguese town of Lagos will be right up your alley. This historic town lies on the Algarve and once a famous seaport, nowadays most visitors visit Lagos to indulge in its fantastic range of restaurants (with excellent sea food dishes), beaches, and wild nightlife. During the summer time, this city becomes the center of partying for backpackers in Portugal with endless bar crawls, booze cruises, and fun in the sun. The city also makes a great base of operations to explore neighboring towns, coves, and beaches!
Tokyo, Japan’s busy capital,a city that is always on the move , mixes the ultramodern and the traditional, from neon-lit skyscrapers to historic temples.Tokyo is weird, wonderful, and at times completely wacky – but that is precisely what makes it such a sought after city for international visitors.
Manchester, England is full of interesting history. It is full of culture, restaurants, and a thriving business district. The city is most famous for its football (soccer) teams. Find out what to do in Manchester during your layover with these WOC tips.
Rich tell-tales of the past meet the vibrant promise of the future in Dubai, the most populous city and one of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates. Home to more or less 200 cultures across the globe, every cabin crew on a layover in Dubai will be mesmerized by its crowd’s cultural variety while rooting on a solid notion on how Emirati traditions run.
Say hello to Dubai!