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Cabin Safety through Galley Security

One way that flight attendants provide cabin safety through galley security is by ensuring all galley carts, bins, and compartments are properly closed and latched prior to getting into the jumpseat before takeoff or landing. Airlines around the world teach their...

How our flight attendant academy helps you

Four ways how the Professional Flight Attendant Academy can help you start your career as a flight attendant   Filling out the application You would be surprised how easy it is to make an error while filling out the application. This simple step in itself is one way...

Infants allowed onboard and infant life vests

Airlines may sometimes wonder how many infants allowed onboard can they have on any given flight. The answer can be simple, "X many are allowed," but getting to the answer does require some research and safety risk management decisionmaking. So, to start, how many...

Being bad on a plane pays – you pay!

Unruly passengers on board planes, depending on their offence, sometimes receive minimal punishment for their actions, yet the action taken against them is usually proportionate to the offence committed. Depending on the threat level, sometimes flights continue to...

Portable Oxygen Concentrator – is my model allowed?

Some passengers may wonder whether their portable oxygen concentrator is allowed on board an aircraft. Should you look at the FAA's website on Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC), you'll see that the website hasn't been updated since October 2015. While the website...