When I was planning to join a major airline as a cabin crew 4 years back, I had certain ‘conceptions’ about what my life is going to be like. The conceptions & expectations were largely affected by media’s portrayal & society’s perceptions. Of course I knew all of them will not hold true, but six months down the lane it hit me how wide the discrepancies between the expectations I had v/s the reality were. Don’t take me wrong, I still love my job. But, wish had come better prepared.
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There are so many places to see in the world and sometimes narrowing down which place to visit first can be quite confusing. So, let’s make it a little easier and let the stars guide your way! If not for a layover, then for a holiday. Scroll away to find your ideal spot.
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.
It’s finally time to announce the top 10 airlines to work for cabin crew – 2017. There has been many changes in the ranking this year & while a lot of new airlines have come up to the top 10, many have slipped out of the list. World Of Crew ran the ranking survey for almost two months and got more than 1,000 participants for the survey from over 40 airlines. However, the data for any airline was considered valid only if there were more than 20 participants.
Being a flight attendant might have been your aspiration as a child, or even as an adult. But it’s definitely not a cakewalk to live this lifestyle. However undaunted attendants look, we all have our agitations. We all love our jobs, but it does bring out certain insecurities in all of us.