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The only true thing from the above, is quite loads of free time (when you get lucky as I did as it all depends on the airport, number of operating flights and number of cabin crew.)Logically, it all depends on which airline you work for and in which country as many rules differ. The good thing about my cabin crew job was that I got to know airports, all the rules and restrictions so I know exactly what I can do and bring with me and what better not.It is a very useful information when traveling nowadays.Plus, wearing a uniform helps people not to judge you by your appearance as we all look almost the same, which is good in a way, I think.Then knowing other cabin crew members means you can meet up with some of them when you travel and as well it can help you to know even more people just because you are both cabin crew or you know someone and they know him, too.Job of cabin crew even makes you learn some useful phrases in more languages, which is always helpful and you do not have to force yourself to study at home.It just gets into your head somehow after hearing it couple of times.Since March 2011 I have been professionaly travel blogging only, mostly on this blog.Alex is a crazy Slovak girl who made traveling the reason of her life.
I tried almost anything out there to get rid of some diseases that seem to be normal in our society but definitely are not ok when you lead a healthy life.I wrote this article because I really want people to see both sides of this job – cabin crew pros and cons.Hope I gave you a more complex idea now about how it is to be a stewardess and that next time when you take a flight, you will become one of those passengers we all love 😀After life of a cabin crew for 2 years, I just could not do it any more.As taking a flight has a lot to do with traveling itself, I dare to include this post on my blog.Yes, I had worked as a cabin crew for 2 years before I started travel blogging (February 2009 to March 2011.)For those who cannot connect this with anything, you could have called me a stewardess/flight attendant back in days.