I've had quite a few questions asked in regards to interview tips and also application mistakes. First thing I'd say is that you might not get it on your first attempt, it took me 2 times with my current airline before I got the job and that doesn't bother me at all! It shows that … Continue reading The Cabin Crew application and interview stage
Well my last Heathrow roster has arrived before I head back to Manchester for the summer and boy am I happy! Starting the month with a block of standby, for those that haven't read my blogs before this is basically 4 days where I'm on call and I could be called anyway between the times … Continue reading Where in the world am I going…February
I know it's March tomorrow, but I have been quite busy! Anyway for those who don't know, March and the rest of the summer will be spent flying out of Manchester. This is my choice as I live a lot closer to Manchester than Heathrow so this cuts my commute down which is helpful for … Continue reading Where in the world am I going… March
You might not read many posts like this but I'm 100% sure it's something that needs to be shared. The life of cabin crew isn't all about being glamorous, I mean it's a big part, as they say we're the face of the airline but it's not all heels and lipstick. Our Instagram accounts may … Continue reading What you don’t know about being cabin crew
Our trip to Copenhagen last year
Hello 2018 and so long 2017! I thought I'd do a little post of the amazing things from this year as well as what I've learnt! Nick and I have had a quite a few holidays this year both abroad and in the uk! The big ones were definitely New York in March for my … Continue reading 2017 a little review
Well we somehow seem to be at the end of another year nearly. This year has gone super quick it's made me realise to live everyday to the fullest!! Thought I'd share with you where I'm off to in January! Of course this can change as I may try and swap a trip or two … Continue reading Where in the world am I going…January!
A post about our touristy layover in Seattle
I've been flying for a while now and feel that I have my routine down! Flying can be so tough on your body and needs a little extra looking after than if you were on terra firma. So I've decided to put together top tips to help any cabin crew or travellers for that matter … Continue reading My top 10 tips for cabin crew and travellers
On average I work around 3-6 flights a month all depending on how long the trip is! The longer the trip the more days it takes up on my roster resulting in more days off. Work can be so tiring sometimes dealing with jet lag etc etc, so days off can be precious and meaning … Continue reading Days at home… and relax or not!