Yesterday, I witnessed two graduations, Cebu Pacific cabin crew batch 148 at the Cebu Pacific head office and followed by Philippine Airlines batch ICCT1804 at the PAL Learning Center later in the afternoon. I would say it was a very fulfilling day and definitely an honor to witness everyone's dreams turn into a reality right in front of their eyes. Therefore, allow me to send this message to the two newest cabin crew batches in the Philippines.
Written by F/A Kathleen Sanggalang
From Saint Louis University Baguio graduation last January 2018 to March 2018 Qatar Airways Wings day. Hello to all aspiring cabin cew, call me Kathleen and walk with me on my journey from being a fresh college graduate to being a cabin crew. Are you ready? Go get your coffee, sit back, and relax.
Just a few days ago, many people especially flight attendants were moved by the story of a Saudia flight attendant named Man. As she says, "My name is Man but I'm a woman." She is one of those rare stories we get to read about someone who went through the toughest of times in her life, ending up to be a flight attendant travelling the world. The whole story of F/A Man can be found here.
Written and contributed by F/A Crisher Saldariega
To all aspiring cabin crew, allow me to share my story. I was speechless when I finally graduated and received my wings. I can’t believe I got through everything. Promise! With sheer prayers and hard work, nothing is impossible. Of course, a lot of preparation was needed and that's what I want to exactly share to you, my story!
Dear Future FAs and FSs,
Yes, you read it right. You are a future cabin crew. I claim that one day, I see you don your wings with so much pride and joy. As you see, all the pictures of the flight attendants and stewards we post here were just like you, dreamers, and aspirants. Each endured a different journey but at the end, they shared one destiny, and that is to be the unsung heroes of the sky.