You might not want to be a flight attendant, battling non-stop jet lag and coddling cranky passengers, but haven’t you secretly longed to travel like one? Imagine breezing past lines at security and customs, relaxing in comfortable transportation to your hotel and stretching vacation dollars with special discounts.
Now, a former flight attendant with 30 years of service and 20 million air miles shares her practical travel advice and true-life stories to give you the optimal vacation experience. Learn how to pick the perfect destination, find the best airplane seats and breeze through security and immigration line-ups.
Along with creative budget tips, you’ll read about fire and hotel safety routines that may save your life and what to do if you’re arrested or detained in a foreign country.
An interactive table of contents, live links to important sites plus the Ultimate Travel Checklist makes this the ideal guidebook for every traveller.
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About the Author
Heather Zorzini worked as a Flight Attendant/In-Charge flight Attendant for a major international airline for over 30 years, visiting 36 different countries and accumulating more than 20 million air miles. Travel Like a Flight Attendant, a collection of budget tips and creative travel advice is her first book. Her articles, essays and insider travel tips have appeared in The Globe and Mail, National Post, NOW Magazine, Moneysense, Toronto Star, Foxnews.com, msnbc.msn.com, businessweek.com and the Financial Post. In 2006, her Newfoundland tale, “Moon over Dildo,” was a runner-up in the Canadian Writers’ Collective Travel Story Contest. Heather also appeared in a cartoon by famed political cartoonist and illustrator Gary Clement about her first flight, when she locked herself in the First Class washroom and refused to come out. She now shares her travel insider information through print media and online at www.myflyingfingers.com. A book of personal memoirs is due soon.