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« on: October 02, 2016, 06:30:32 PM »
I strongly stroooongly stroooongly recommend that you take the cabin crew course. I'll get the license around December and I love it so much that I just regret in my heart of hearts not to have done this at least 5 years ago, so go on and do it while you be under 34. I'll list the pros n cons below:

Pros:
1) You can't even calculate how much you earn cause you've got a fixed basic tax free salary + hours onboard + layover days (the days you have to remain in the country you arrive in order to "rest" before the following flight) + FREE tickets for you and your family. Yes, airlines give you tickets for free cause they take on that you're somebody who could help on board in case of an emergency. You also have free tickets for your family. Emirates for instance gives you 10 free tickets a year. and to me, travelling is priceless <3

2) If you work for a foreign company they give you accommodation and quite often the food.

3) the job is exciting  :banana   work schedules tend to take up between 70 and 90 hours on board a month  and that means spending lots of time in airports and that means lots of time to have coffee at the airports café and I lOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOVE TO HAVE COFFEES IN  CAFETERIAS <3 <3 <3

4) For working for an airline you've got free tickets and all kinds of discounts at hotels and restaurants.

5) Everytime you have to fly, the airline sends you a private car to pick you up

6) Lots of spare time at home, which you could use to study, to relax, to raise your children (contrarily to what people tend to believe)

7) In some countries it is necessary to have a license (like here in Argentina), in some countries it isn't. But in case you need the license, the cabin crew course is really short. It lasts between 4 or 6 months


The cons:

1) health issues for working inside of a pressurized tube 10.000 feet above ground (like varicose veins)
2) if the cabin gets a depressurization you could have severe ear problems afterwards
3) 10.000 feet above there's a lot of radiation.

^ that's why you  can retire at the age of 50.

Now, there're a lot of false believes about being a cabin crew member: you're something like an air waitress and you've got a lover in every airport of the world (the last part is true  :evil:  ). But the "smiling face waitress" look is just a facade to hide your true role: you're safety agent on board and your main task is to help transport safely each and every moron who'll turn up his cellphone and smoke in the bathroom.

So take a chance and use wisely the time you have  :thumbsup:   
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« Reply #1 on: October 03, 2016, 09:15:58 AM »
Now, there're a lot of false believes about being a cabin crew member: you're something like an air waitress and you've got a lover in every airport of the world (the last part is true  :evil:  ).

Let me know whenever you land in Germany (Stuttgart, Munich...)!  :unibrow:

In Germany there was a not-so-nice "word" for female cabin crew members: "Saftschubse" (which can be translated as "juice pusher")...  :rolleyes:

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« Reply #2 on: October 03, 2016, 09:45:46 AM »
Well, if my plan A fails, why not... :lol:

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« Reply #3 on: October 03, 2016, 12:17:44 PM »


In Germany there was a not-so-nice "word" for female cabin crew members: "Saftschubse" (which can be translated as "juice pusher")...  :rolleyes:

Hey, that was my nickname when I was at highschool... Teaching   :coffee
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« Reply #4 on: October 03, 2016, 12:52:20 PM »
Well, if my plan A fails, why not... :lol:


yes, yes do it!!!!! Emirates doesnt even demand you to have professional training in this, cause they take you to Dubai and they train you in their own way. They only care about your fluency in English + your presence + your "common sense"  You could follow plan B for 2 or 3 years and then go back to plan A ;)

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« Reply #5 on: October 03, 2016, 06:32:42 PM »
Hey, that was my nickname when I was at highschool... Teaching   :coffee

Well then you're used to it already.  :lol:

I'm not under 34, so not my next career move, I guess.  :tear:

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« Reply #6 on: October 03, 2016, 06:55:00 PM »
Well then you're used to it already.  :lol:

I'm not undera 34, so not my next career move, I guess.  :tear:

The age límit is cause they claim to hire athletic, task-solving kind of people. But there's no age limit for working at the land side. So if you worked at the airport checkin you'd still havesimilar benefits

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« Reply #7 on: October 03, 2016, 10:25:51 PM »
It's something I would totally do, if I didn't hate people. :giggle:

Well, if my plan A fails, why not... :lol:

I can already imagine all the ladies asking for more refreshments. :lol:
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« Reply #8 on: October 04, 2016, 08:50:56 AM »
Well, if my plan A fails, why not... :lol:

I can just picture you leaving the plane after a hard day's work...


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« Reply #9 on: October 04, 2016, 09:30:32 AM »
The age límit is cause they claim to hire athletic, task-solving kind of people. But there's no age limit for working at the land side. So if you worked at the airport checkin you'd still havesimilar benefits

How did you manage the nigh-on-impossible task of adding an "a" to that quote of mine?  :?:

Anyway, the airport is not too far, if other things fail, it might be a plan B or C.  :D

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« Reply #10 on: October 04, 2016, 10:34:13 AM »
I can just picture you leaving the plane after a hard day's work...




Only difference is I can't afford to buy that suit. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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« Reply #11 on: October 04, 2016, 03:02:43 PM »
Only difference is I can't afford to buy that suit. :lol: :lol: :lol:

HAHA



In all honesty though i hate air travel.  From the hassle at airports to the screaming kids to the moronic strangers... Air travel would be better and more bearable long haul if you could just do everything self service.  Also, I know how to fasten/release a seatbelt, i don't want any tea or coffee, I can inflate a life vest (only after i have exited the aircraft) and i can read the safety card/follow the illuminated pathways to the emergency exits.  The safety part is irrelevant anyway because we all know that 99% of people would snap every other fuckers neck to get out of a flaming can rather than calmly wait and file out in an orderly fashion.... I'd be disappointed if the cabin crew felt that the passengers lives were more important than their own and didn't join in the survival of the fittest free for all.  :yao:

Maybe i will re-evaluate my opinion and change my mind when they invent a way of allowing you to take a piss whenever you want without having the annoyance of some trolley blocking the way.
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« Reply #12 on: October 05, 2016, 11:28:50 AM »
i don't want any tea or coffee

 :O :O :O

Maybe i will re-evaluate my opinion and change my mind when they invent a way of allowing you to take a piss whenever you want without having the annoyance of some trolley blocking the way.

It's called booking a seat in the rear of the plane. You also get to board on the plane earlier than other passengers (with most airlines).

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« Reply #13 on: October 05, 2016, 12:29:01 PM »
That's why I love you Menelaos, always there to solve my gripes.   :love2:
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« Reply #14 on: October 05, 2016, 01:07:17 PM »
That's why I love you Menelaos, always there to solve my gripes.   :love2:

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« Reply #15 on: October 05, 2016, 02:15:49 PM »
 :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Hands down the best post i've seen in ages  :bow: :bow: :bow:
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« Reply #16 on: October 06, 2016, 08:06:33 AM »
This forum has the potential of becoming an educational force!  :thumbsup:

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« Reply #17 on: October 19, 2016, 06:34:57 PM »
During the survival class:
we learnt to make and put off fire, to make water potable, to build shelters, to make fire signals mm... cant remember what else, but it was exhausting


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« Reply #18 on: October 19, 2016, 08:14:02 PM »
What is this mask for on picture three?

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« Reply #19 on: October 19, 2016, 09:15:31 PM »
What is this mask for on picture three?

That's the BPE (breathing protective equipment). it provides you with safe oxigen and can resist up to 5000 degrees. You're supposed to put it on first as well as the gloves and then proceed to attack the fire... but you're supposed to keep it under control before 2 minutes and we spent like 4 getting all this on ...  :ninja:

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« Reply #20 on: October 20, 2016, 03:21:08 AM »
now this is a bit off topic but i have a question for spanish bilingual people...i live in Miami right now and obviously everyone speaks spanish here..any suggestions for how to get back into speaking spanish? I took the language for 9 years and used to write 5-6 page papers in spanish but im shit at actually speaking it which is a skill i need as nurse here!
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« Reply #21 on: October 21, 2016, 10:50:29 AM »
I think the key to speaking any language is actual speaking. It may seem weird, but try talking to yourself in Spanish. Just make sure no one else is around. :lol: Thinking in Spanish might also help, that trick worked for me when I was learning English. I'm sure Stifler's Mom has more tips. :nod:
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« Reply #22 on: October 21, 2016, 12:51:23 PM »
I think the key to speaking any language is actual speaking.

I agree. I learned English at school - and a bit of French too. But most of my French is lost, because I never really practised it (my visits to France in recent years came too late).
English I kept practising by listening to songs & reading the lyrics, reading English books and most of all by talking. It's helpful if you "must", e.g. when I travelled to London, I had to use English... this is the best way to learn it.

...i live in Miami right now and obviously everyone speaks spanish here.

Thus, my advice is: speak to them in Spanish!!  :thumbsup:

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« Reply #23 on: October 21, 2016, 01:23:20 PM »
now this is a bit off topic but i have a question for spanish bilingual people...i live in Miami right now and obviously everyone speaks spanish here..any suggestions for how to get back into speaking spanish? I took the language for 9 years and used to write 5-6 page papers in spanish but im shit at actually speaking it which is a skill i need as nurse here!

The key is exposure to the language. So listen as much as you can: watch films in Spanish, read in Spanish, Listen to music in Spanish and like Trixi said, speak in Spanish. I tried to learn Portuguese alone and it's sort of working:
I bought a language book with grammar activities and a CD for practising listenings, I listen to music in Portuguese and Im using DUOLINGO  :banana

DUOLINGO is addictive, download this app to your cellphone and once you start you never stop. Yesterday I was fooling around and I picked up Russian  :lol: 

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« Reply #24 on: October 21, 2016, 08:10:22 PM »
the hardest part for me is the speaking in spanish haha, it always has been! I can read it and listen to it just fine and understand people but my speaking abilities are awful haha! but i guess i'll read more things in spanish and try speaking in only that to my patients. I never anticipated having this problem in miami which is naive of me
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« Reply #25 on: October 21, 2016, 10:51:26 PM »
I've always had the same problem with Russian. Swear words come easy but that's about it. :lol:
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« Reply #26 on: October 25, 2016, 03:45:00 AM »
and finally the ditching drill  :D   :D  What did I learn from this experience? That I am by no means in shape to pass another drill like this one (and once you're employed you're supposed to repeat all this every 2 years). It was more than exhausting, I'm a weak ass!!!  :(    This is what we had to do:

First the instructor told us: "swim from one side to the other one. If we consider that you're not a good swimmer, then we'll order you to get out from the water, get dressed and put on the life jacket." I had just started swimming and I was taken out from the water  :shy:    Then we jumped in the water again and we had to carry "injured people" with another classmate. If this was breathtaking, coming back to the other side carrying somebody with no help at all was even worse. All time long the instructors shot a jet of water to us in order to make it more "real"... so swimming pool water is not tasty at all  >(    Then we were taught to climb and get into the raft... I swear I just couldn't do it.. I dunno whether I was too tired of swimming or what, but I had no strengh in my arms to lift my body up and to jump inside. After too much of a self-embarrasment, I made it... but I ended up more out of breath than Axl Rose in 2006. Then we learnt how to help injured or unconscious people get IN the raft, how to arrange its roof (yes, it's got a magnificent roof which prevents it from flooding and it helps people to keep warm in the cold sea) and finally, when we were almost in coma, we learnt to make signals in case we had no raft (to form a circle and kick and kick into the water in order to be seen from an airplane). Almost 3 hours of hardwork in water... I'm in coma now. That's why I'll stop typing   :wasted: :wasted: :wasted: :wasted: :smoke:

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« Reply #27 on: October 25, 2016, 03:49:13 AM »
so... swimming is reaaaaally important, next month I'll take it up in a nearby club or I won't pass the recurrents

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« Reply #28 on: October 25, 2016, 03:57:53 AM »
Guess who I am here  :ninja:


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« Reply #29 on: October 25, 2016, 04:05:31 PM »
Axl Rose was not that much out of breath in 2006. :lol: :lol: :lol: Impossible to tell who you are on these pictures. And who is taking these pictures anyway? :ninja: Sounds like almost all your training is about dealing with situations which will (hopefully!) never materialise.

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« Reply #30 on: October 27, 2016, 12:32:05 AM »
Axl Rose was not that much out of breath in 2006. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Impossible to tell who you are on these pictures. And who is taking these pictures anyway?

Mmm dunno, some classmate (or the teacher  :ninja: )

Sounds like almost all your training is about dealing with situations which will (hopefully!) never materialise.

I hope so hahah. The airlines moto is "but if SHIT does happen you'd better be ready and know what to do".

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« Reply #31 on: November 20, 2016, 04:19:36 AM »
Umm.. I was waiting to pass a certain subject to answer this, but..well:

In all honesty though i hate air travel.  From the hassle at airports to the screaming kids to the moronic strangers...

That wouldnt be a problem if you payed for a premium first class  :unibrow:

Air travel would be better and more bearable long haul if you could just do everything self service

 :lol:  yeah.. and bearing 180/340 people walking along the aisle, getting their coffee and burning others accidentally while serving tea, pushing each other to pass, insulting and starting airbattles out of nothing just like any Monday morning in the tube.. what a perfect postcard from HELL

Also, 1- I know how to fasten/release a seatbelt, 2- i don't want any tea or coffee, 3- I can inflate a life vest (only after i have exited the aircraft) and 4- i can read the safety card/follow the illuminated pathways to the emergency exits. 

1, 3, 4... I hope that firstly you would never have to test yourself. But if you ever had to.. I hope stress wouldn't block your mind like it does to most people. For instance: Mayday-Ethiopian Airlines flight 961. have you got any idea of how many times the flight attendants explained how to do 1, 3 and 4? How many times they shouted DONT INFLATE THE VEST INSIDE OF THE PLANE?... And have you got an idea of how many people died because they couldn't release their seatbelt and they inflated their vest INSIDE of the cabin... many, sadly


The safety part is irrelevant anyway because we all know that 99% of people would snap every other fuckers neck to get out of a flaming can rather than calmly wait and file out in an orderly fashion.... I'd be disappointed if the cabin crew felt that the passengers lives were more important than their own and didn't join in the survival of the fittest free for all.  :yao:

We are all different Michael. In the institute most of us have a huge sense of ethics and responsability, but the one sat behind me is a fucking pothead, money-seeker (  :mad:  I despise him. How can you be so imprudent to long for getting on a plane to "take care" of passengers while high? ) I hope he wont ever pass the interviews cause yeah, he's the tipical "I love myself" kind of guy, like the Costa Concordia Captain. I can't talk on behalf of everyone in the industry, but my instructors faced many emergencies in their path and their performance was professional and successful ( I love them  :D  ). I for instance give classes at home right now. And if some student arrives late and I have to go down to open the door, I always leave my remaining students locked inside cause I'm afraid some thief might come in the building and wait in the hall or the stairs. and I'm damn sure I'd rather swallow the key before letting them get in my house and put the safety of my pupils in danger (they're mostly children and teenagers).

Maybe i will re-evaluate my opinion and change my mind when they invent a way of allowing you to take a piss whenever you want without having the annoyance of some trolley blocking the way.

That's actually on purpose. They MEAN to block the aisle, to PREVENT people from standing up
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« Reply #32 on: November 20, 2016, 08:58:13 PM »
That's actually on purpose. They MEAN to block the aisle, to PREVENT people from standing up

Why? :hmpf :paranoid:

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« Reply #33 on: November 21, 2016, 03:32:30 AM »
Dunno, many reasons... Safety... it's easier to control the cabin while everyone is sat. The cabin is neater and "in order" that way. Maybe you dont want anyone to get closer to the toilet cause you're waiting to catch the one smoking inside, so another workmate blocks the aisle, you see? Sometimes all toilets are occupied and the flight attendants have no choice but to change their clothes in the galley  :lol:   It could be anything, you never know

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« Reply #34 on: November 21, 2016, 10:01:05 AM »

That wouldnt be a problem if you payed for a premium first class  :unibrow:

It really made no difference the times i travelled that way...

:lol:  yeah.. and bearing 180/340 people walking along the aisle, getting their coffee and burning others accidentally while serving tea, pushing each other to pass, insulting and starting airbattles out of nothing just like any Monday morning in the tube.. what a perfect postcard from HELL
 
It would at least break up the monotony of the deathly dull wait to arrive at your destination.

1, 3, 4... I hope that firstly you would never have to test yourself. But if you ever had to.. I hope stress wouldn't block your mind like it does to most people. For instance: Mayday-Ethiopian Airlines flight 961. have you got any idea of how many times the flight attendants explained how to do 1, 3 and 4? How many times they shouted DONT INFLATE THE VEST INSIDE OF THE PLANE?... And have you got an idea of how many people died because they couldn't release their seatbelt and they inflated their vest INSIDE of the cabin... many, sadly

Yeah, i've seen it.  Some people are morons.

We are all different Michael. In the institute most of us have a huge sense of ethics and responsability, but the one sat behind me is a fucking pothead, money-seeker (  :mad:  I despise him. How can you be so imprudent to long for getting on a plane to "take care" of passengers while high? ) I hope he wont ever pass the interviews cause yeah, he's the tipical "I love myself" kind of guy, like the Costa Concordia Captain. I can't talk on behalf of everyone in the industry, but my instructors faced many emergencies in their path and their performance was professional and successful ( I love them  :D  ). I for instance give classes at home right now. And if some student arrives late and I have to go down to open the door, I always leave my remaining students locked inside cause I'm afraid some thief might come in the building and wait in the hall or the stairs. and I'm damn sure I'd rather swallow the key before letting them get in my house and put the safety of my pupils in danger (they're mostly children and teenagers).

Costa Concordia Captain?  Is he the head guy in a coffee shop?  :yao:

That's actually on purpose. They MEAN to block the aisle, to PREVENT people from standing up
 

Bastards.

Please note though, I realise what a good job cabin crew do and i'm just being a cunt in my free time and explaining that no matter what, I really resent sharing oxygen in a tin can full of strangers.
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« Reply #35 on: November 21, 2016, 03:29:36 PM »

It really made no difference the times i travelled that way...

That's cause you don't appreciate the fine wonders life gives you... such as salmon and caviar
 
It would at least break up the monotony of the deathly dull wait to arrive at your destination.

Sit by the window  :thumbsup:   I wish I could watch the shape of the clouds, I'll only have a wall instead  :tear:

Yeah, i've seen it.  Some people are morons.

Considering that you're not, you could always tell the crew that you want to be an ABP (assistant body passenger. They're passengers smart n strong enough to help during an emergency). So they'll give you the exit window seat which is the one with more leg room


Costa Concordia Captain?  Is he the head guy in a coffee shop?  :yao:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wM9sam2u_Tk

Bastards.

 :giggle:

Please note though, I realise what a good job cabin crew do and i'm just being a cunt in my free time and explaining that no matter what, I really resent sharing oxygen in a tin can full of strangers.

that defines selfishness  :lol:


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Re: Bilingual people (Trixi for example...)
« Reply #36 on: November 21, 2016, 05:54:32 PM »
That's cause you don't appreciate the fine wonders life gives you... such as salmon and caviar

I'd rather make love to horsey than eat either of those things.

Sit by the window  :thumbsup:   I wish I could watch the shape of the clouds, I'll only have a wall instead

I usually do, but i'm bored after about 15 mins.  Also, there are a couple of more obstacles in the way if I need to go to the toilet.

Considering that you're not, you could always tell the crew that you want to be an ABP (assistant body passenger. They're passengers smart n strong enough to help during an emergency). So they'll give you the exit window seat which is the one with more leg room

me no smart, me no have any brainz

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wM9sam2u_Tk

What a guy

that defines selfishness  :lol:

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Re: Bilingual people (Trixi for example...)
« Reply #37 on: November 21, 2016, 08:11:46 PM »

I'd rather make love to horsey than eat either of those things.


That's because you like her  :coffee

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Re: Bilingual people (Trixi for example...)
« Reply #38 on: November 22, 2016, 10:06:26 AM »
Damn straight, she's a fine mule of a man woman
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