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Becoming an Air Hostess
Train to become an Air Hostess at one of the many academies, and get started on a new career with excellent prospects and a new lifestyle. A career as a cabin crew member is not just a job, it’s a way of life. One minute you’ll be comforting nervous passengers, and the next, meandering along the market streets of Bangkok. and life will certainly sparkle!
As a cabin crew member, on every flight you’ll be looking after people from all over the world, delivering an in-flight service to ensure each passenger has a wonderful experience with your airline.
At the end of your working day you choose how you want to spend your free time. From shopping on 5th Avenue, to taking a jungle cruise along the Amazon, or simply relaxing by the hotel pool, the choice will be yours.
Dassault proceeds with caution over Falcon 7X re-entry
Dassault Aviation is still proceeding with caution over the re-entry into passenger service of its Falcon 7X business jet.
This is despite Dassault's confidence its ongoing investigation into the pitch trim fault that grounded the 7X fleet will eliminate any remaining uncertainties.
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Have You Recently Had a Flight Delay Longer Than 3 Hours?
If your schedule was adversely affected because you experienced a VERY long flight delay, we have some good news for you!
According to EU Regulation 261/2004 you have the right to receive care and compensation for any EU flight delay, from 3 hours and up the delays are actionable and indemnisation is required. You can do the following to claim said compensation. Click here to see if you could claim aviation compensation.
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