“The weather is not as expected, but we all have to leave and fly” Every time when we hear this classic song by Eason Chan, we have the image of soaring high in the sky in our heads. Therefore, many people dream of becoming a flight attendant, hoping to experience the freedom brought by flying. A flight attendant can also visit different countries frequently, thus attracting a large number of applicants whenever an airline holds a large-scale recruitment event.
Those mentioned above are the benefits of becoming a flight attendant. However, has one ever thought about the bitter side of this job - the unstable working hours, the jet lag, the extreme dryness in the cabin and so forth? Flight attendants also need to keep a sharp eye on the situation in the cabin all the time to ensure the safety of passengers. In fact, this is their most important duty, and serving the passengers is second to it.
However, in order to attract more passengers, many airlines tend to highlight the attentive and comprehensive in-flight services in their ads, such as treating the sour kids with ice-cream as far as we remember. This only leaves the public a shallow impression of the duties of the flight attendants. But no matter what, both safety and passengers’ needs require a caring heart from the cabin crew to make sure the passengers will have their safety and needs guaranteed and satisfied on board.Interested in this industry?