The first six months of flying are rough. You may be in the middle of moving to a different state, getting the hang of commuting, or just trying to figure out this crazy schedule, on TOP of adjusting to this new lifestyle. It's a lot to handle.
Imagine dealing with all this, but on top of it have the added stress of being away from the place you call home for daysss at a time and people stereotyping your lifestyle just because of your job. Welcome to dating as a flight attendant.
So you're thinking about becoming a flight attendant, huh? Well there's a lot more to it than jet-setting around the world. Here's the lowdown on everything between applying and flying.
As a flight attendant, there are a few days every month I have to be on call. Sometimes I have to stand by at the airport, stepping in last minute to cover someone who doesn't report for duty. Not knowing where in the world they could send me to and for how long, I have to be prepared and plan for whatever. How the hell do I do that?
First time traveler? Frequent flier? Doesn't matter. Here are some important tips to help better prepare you for your next flight.