Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Here come the spring breakers
Q:Hello! I am a flight attendant hopeful and I have a bit of a problem- I passed the video interview and I was waiting to get a call from the airline and I did, but I missed their call! I got a new phone so I wasn't getting voicemails and when I checked them today, I heard their voicemail!! I feel so dumb!! The voicemail was from March 5th and they left a message asking me to call them back by the 27th, and its April now! I left a very detailed message, but do you think I still have a shot? Help!
I’m not sure, but If it’s been a month since they called you… I would think there’s a chance they’ve moved on. If this is for US Airways (I’ve a a lot of questions about them lately) then there are a lot of people you’re competing against for not a lot of positions. I had a deadline to contact my airline too. It was because they wanted to put me in a training class that started shortly after that deadline. Call back during office hours and make sure to speak to a recruiter. I hope you can still get in and maybe they’ll just put you in a training class at a later date. Fingers crossed they call back soon and I wish you the best of luck!!
US Airways Flight 1702 Nose Gear Collapse in Philadelphia.
Via SavvyStews.com article as linked here:
“Reports from the airport say that all of the aircraft tires are blown out.
An evacuation wasn’t immediately commanded, but once passengers began to exit from the aircraft many can be seen taking their carry-on bags with them rather than exiting as quickly as possible.”
I’m sorry. I just have to say what every flight crew is thinking.
If you ever need to evacuate a plane please follow this obvious rule- Do not stop the flow of an evacuation to grab your luggage. I can see one woman with at least two bags. I saw this in the Asiana crash too. Good lord people. Just get out of the plane.
I love that A Fly Guy points out all the people in this picture!
Hey everyone! Sorry for the lack of recent posts, but the past couple months of flying have been pretty boring and unvarying. I’ve mainly been going to Denver and back. Exciting I know… haha
Next month my dull winter schedule will end and the spring should bring better quality destinations. Plus I have vacation in a few days. I’ll have to go somewhere.
I’ll go just about anywhere.
Malaysia Airlines flight goes missing. Reports stating plane may have crashed south of Phu Quoc Island.
My thoughts and prayers to all crew and passengers.
There were 239 on board. 12 crew members and 227 passengers.
Sitting standby for four hours is incredibly boring. But when it’s late and the airport is nearly empty, I can’t help but love it. My supervisors are gone, the passengers have all made it on to their planes, the other flight attendants are scarce- it’s just me and a few others passing each other like ships in the night. I love it because it’s a place so rarely seen in a peaceful state. I walk though the terminal, kick off my heels, put my headphones on, and listen to some Macy Gray while watching the last planes take off. It’s a simple night that makes me remember I love my job.
Passenger to passenger etiquette from travel site Jaunted.
Oh and remember please not to be THIS recent passenger.