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Memoir Of A Flight Attendant

Author : Margo D. Anderson
ISBN : 1499235607
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An intriguing, uncensored, inside view of the not-so-friendly skies through the eyes of former flight attendant, Margo Anderson. If you are a frequent flier, or if you plan to fly in the near future, fasten your seat belt for a turbulent read! After five years of flying with a commuter airline based at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Anderson draws on her personal experiences and conversations, painting a portrayal of life as a flight attendant--grueling twelve hour days, complaining and unfriendly passengers, and unexpected, almost unbelievable situations, especially in the days and weeks following 9/11. Anderson navigates the complex world of flight crews with clarity, insight, wittiness, and her own special brand of humor. Readers are given a view of flying they may never have seen before, through the lens of the workhorse of the airline industry, regarded by many as the "puddle-jumpers," the commuter airlines.

Flying With God

Author : Ms. Bettina "Sparkles" Obernuefemann
ISBN : 0976878275
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This is a good read, which tells the Reader more about the author of SET YOUR PTSD FREE, 7 Effective Ways to Heal Trauma. It's about Child Abuse recalled at age 50. Included are the views of WWII through the eyes of a little girl. Moving to America, author was lucky to become a stewardess. She shares her interview in 1965 and much inside scoop. Photos included. Author would love to hear from you after visiting http: //bettina sparkles.com http: //setyourptsdfree.com

Memoir Of A Flight Attendant The First 2 Years

Author : Ne'chell Bowens
ISBN : 1634983378
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 32. 78 MB
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As a woman who was recently laid-off and simultaneously proceeding with a divorce, Ne'Chell Bowens was on the verge of giving up. Embarrassment and thoughts of failure consumed her as she strived to rebuild the foundation that was broken. That was until she was offered her dream job of being a flight attendant. Not familiar with the airline industry, she found herself struggling at times to adjust. It is often said that the first 2 years as a flight attendant are crucial; it will either make you or break you. Was this the career change she needed to get back on track? Come jet-set around the world with Ne'Chell as she embarks on a new journey in life in hopes of finding redemption. With stories of adventurous layovers, dating, and adversity this memoir will surely keep you entertained.

Working The Skies

Author : Drew Whitelegg
ISBN : 9780814794081
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 84. 38 MB
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"A well-written and thorough treatment of the occupational demands and biography of the flight attendant. Working the Skies describes both how the work shapes the personal lives of those in the profession, as well as how work can be 'chosen' in an effort to craft a particular kind of life. The book also illustrates how the process of globalization has moved the profession 'backwards' in terms of working conditions and compensation-challenges faced by workers in numerous other professions."--Veronica Jaris Tichenor, author of Earning More And Getting Less: Why Successful Wives Can't Buy EqualityGet ready for takeoff. The life of the flight attendant, a.k.a., stewardess, was supposedly once one of glamour, exotic travel and sexual freedom, as recently depicted in such films as Catch Me If You Can and View From the Top. The nostalgia for the beautiful, carefree and ever helpful stewardess perhaps reveals a yearning for simpler times, but nonetheless does not square with the difficult, demanding and sometimes dangerous job of today's flight attendants. Based on interviews with over sixty flight attendants, both female and male labor leaders, and and drawing upon his observations while flying across the country and overseas, Drew Whitelegg reveals a much more complicated profession, one that in many ways is the quintessential job of the modern age where life moves at record speeds and all that is solid seems up in the air.Containing lively portraits of flight attendants, both current and retired, this book is the first to show the intimate, illuminating, funny, and sometimes dangerous behind-the-scenes stories of daily life for the flight attendant. Going behind the curtain, Whiteleggventures into first-class, coach, the cabin, and life on call for these men and women who spend week in and

Secrets Of A Metaphysical Flight Attendant

Author : Rebecca Tripp with Bryna René
ISBN : 9781452588780
Genre : Self-Help
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Secrets of a Metaphysical Flight Attendant is a spiritual memoir that explores the symbiotic relationship between thought and reality and proves that we really do have the power to create our lives. With lighthearted wit, piercing clarity, and unapologetic insight, Rebecca Tripp delivers her tale of a life lived in motion. In 1967, Rebecca left her sleepy seaside hometown to navigate a new life at 35,000 feet as a “sky goddess” with United Airlines. With barely a flicker of her false eyelashes, she was plunged into a rapidly shifting world of glamour gods and Playboy bunnies, first-class fliers and spiritual seekers. As a fun-loving “stew,” Rebecca literally had the world at her feet. Yet, something was missing. Life was coming at her—not the other way around. How could she take back the controls and create the life she really wanted? Over the next thirty-five years, through many adventures both enlightening and traumatic, Rebecca transformed herself from doe-eyed innocent to mature, powerful manifestress. Tapping the power of the spiritual realm, she overcame fear, doubt, toxic relationships, rape, and even cancer—simply by shifting her thought. Her experiences, shared with the wisdom of a lifetime, demonstrate that we all have the power to heal our minds and bodies and create our lives according to our greatest desires.

Cruising Attitude

Author : Heather Poole
ISBN : 9780062098849
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 26. 51 MB
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Real-life flight attendant Heather Poole has written a charming and funny insider’s account of life and work in the not-always-friendly skies. Cruising Attitude is a Coffee, Tea, or Me? for the 21st century, as the author parlays her fifteen years of flight experience into a delightful account of crazy airline passengers and crew drama, of overcrowded crashpads in “Crew Gardens” Queens and finding love at 35,000 feet. The popular author of “Galley Gossip,” a weekly column for AOL’s award-winning travel website Gadling.com, Poole not only shares great stories, but also explains the ins and outs of flying, as seen from the flight attendant’s jump seat.

A Flight Through Life An Aviator S Memoir

Author : Albert J. DeGroote
ISBN : 9781304103611
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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“A Flight Through Life” begins with a boy growing up during World War II, and records his youthful fascination with aviation. It follows his career in aviation from becoming a private pilot through his eventful life as an Aviation Cadet and his careers in both the Air Force and commercial aviation. Al DeGroote’s captivating descriptions of his experiences give both pilots and non-pilots a feel for the excitement and wonder of flying while sharing with them the experience of being part of aviation’s transition from the piston to the jet age. While aviation is the central theme of the narrative, Al’s wide ranging experience in command and staff positions brings the non-flying reader into his life as a war planner, accident investigator and international affairs specialist. As the U.S. Air Attaché at the embassy in Laos he and his family experienced the tragedy of the fall of Southeast Asia first hand and he provides a ringside seat for the reader to observe the many blunders and few triumphs of that debacle.

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