Alfiani Solikah was a flight attendant who flew her very last flight of her life last October 29. She was one of the 6 flight attendants on board Lion Air flight 610 which crashed to the Java Sea. There were 189 people on board which includes 181 passengers, 2 pilots, and 6 flight attendants. Just recently, some of her last pictures surfaced on social media, one of them being her very last picture.
A Lion Air Boeing 737 Max 8 crashed during take-off last October 29, 2018. Officials concluded that all 189 people on board which includes 181 passengers, 6 cabin crew, and 2 pilots are dead. Flight JT610 was a domesic flight from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta, Indonesia to Pangkal Pinang, Indonesia. It went down in the Java Sea after climbing to an altitude of 5,000ft.
Cebu Pacific once again opens it's doors to walk-in applicants for cabin crew position to be assigned in any of the Cebu Pacific hubs nationwide! So if you want to become a Cebu Pacific flight attendant, you may simply apply for the job by walking-in with your updated resume/CV. Make sure you arrive also in a business attire. This walk-in interview happens only on Mondays and Tuesdays, 9am to 11am!
And they are set to be back in Manila! This November, Qatar Airways is heading back to Manila to hire more flight attendants in a open day happening on November 11 at Novotel, Araneta Center! So if you have been dreaming to become a Qatar Airways flight attendant, now is your chance to make your dreams take flight!
Philippine Airlines is set to make history again as it is set to launch it's non-stop Manila to New York flight utilizing it's newest fleet of Airbus A350-900. This means that passengers now have an option of flying straight to New York from Manila without having to make a stop-over in Vancouver. PR126 is set to launch on October 30 at 10:10pm. The flying time may take 15 up to 17:30 hours depending on the route.
So what's the longest straight flight you've ever experienced? Today's aircraft manufacturers like Boeing and Airbus have greatly worked on improving their aircraft's range with better efficiency and that could carry more passengers. Today's new generation jets like the Boeing 777-300ER, Airbus A350, Airbus A380, and Boeing 787 have allowed airlines to launch flights that could fly passengers more than half-way around the world non-stop. Hence, no need for stop-overs which may be too costly.
Just lately, an Aerolineas Argentinas Airbus A330 flying from Miami to Buenos Aires went through clear air turbulence, otherwise known as CAT. Flight AR1303 with 192 passengers on board experienced the terrifying moment when the aircraft flew over Brazil. 15 passengers were injured some with no bleeds. Pictures showed the mess in the cabin caused by the turbulence with the galley.
In celebration of World Pride 2019, Virgin will be launching a special flight from London to New York, to be flown by cabin crew and pilots from the LGBT community! This is set to happen on June 28, 2019! More than just being flown by a full LGBT flight crew, passengers will be entertained with games, a drag queen, Judy Garland singalong, and an inflight DJ!
For the first time VietJet is holding a cabin crew open day on November 4, 2018 in the Philippines and yes, they do give a great compensation package too! Vietjet employs Filipino pilots and some cabin crew but to support it's expansion, VietJet is holding a major canin crew recruitment day in the Philippines! This will be a walk-in recruitment day so anyone can apply, but just be sure to have all requirements ready.
With the rise of fuel prices accompanied with high maintenance costs, Philippine Airlines flew it's last Airbus A340 flight just last September. Based on a report from Centre for Aviation (CAPA), Philippine Airlines was also the last Asian airline to retire their A340 after having them for 22 years. From 1996 to present, PAL operated a total of 14 A340s consisting of 10 A340-300 and 4 A340-200.
Before we go to the main article, we just want to share this picture we had with Philippine Airlines President and Chief Operating Officer Jaime "Jimmy" Bautista, taken when we paid him a courtesy visit in his office. During our visit where we exchanged pleasantries, we shared a lot about the working relations between Philippine Airlines particularly their cabin crew and Flyhigh Manila.
Cebu Pacific still continues to hire cabin crew even after it's recent open day. Those who dream to become a cabin crew based anywhere in the Philippines could apply through the regular process which is to apply online and then the airline will be the one to call and schedule you for their impact interview. There's no need to wait for an open day, you may go apply anytime you want.
More options for all our future cabin crew as Etihad has open it's doors to more cabin crew members! Yes, Etihad of the United Arab Emirates is hiring flight attendants and this might be your chance to see the world with Etihad and to wear their uniform which is our reader's choice for best looking flight attendant uniform of 2018! It seems like you will need to apply directly through their website.
It is indeed such a fulfillment to be living our dreams and to be able to reach our career goals. Yet, it is a much more fulfilling to give back by helping others make their dreams take flight. Just last Saturday, September 29, PAL Express Inflight Services Manager and certified cabin crew Mr. Joselito "Jojit" Las and a group of line administrators organized a workshop and mentorship day for individuals who have dreams of becoming a flight attendant.
Cebu Pacific recently achieved a 7-star safety rating from AirlineRatings.com, the world's only airline safety and product rating agency. This is also the highest ranking for safety. The agency bases it's ratings on the IOSA, if the airline is not on the EU blacklist, if they are endorsed by the FAA, if they meet all 8 ICAO safety parameters, and if they have maintained a fatality free record for the past 10 years.