Ready to Fly: An Insider's Guide To Becoming A Flight Attendantby Peter Conrad Joseph
You've seen and admired them. Poised, polished, and well groomed, they stride confidently through the world's airports in crisp, tailored uniforms. In flight, they mysteriously emerge from hidden corners of the aircraft to conduct a gracious and efficient cabin service. They seem to be able to handle any problem from an oversized carry-on bag to an undercooked steak. Who are they? They are, of course, flight attendants and their job is unlike any other.
Who are these flight attendants? What is their job really like? Could I become one of them? If you have asked yourself these questions, then this book is for yo
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If you need help on becoming a flight attendant then this is NOT the book to get. I finished this book in less than 45 minutes. Each chapter consist of three pages or less. All the information is very brief and not very helpful. There could have been a lot more information about the interview process; which I feel is the most important part of the process. Your better of reading a book by Kiki Ward 'The Essentials to becoming a Flight Attendant'. This book is everything you need to know.