Vlogging has been recently becoming a trend among flight attendants brought by their travelling lifestyle everyday. With the help of smartphones and video editing apps, many cabin crew members have decided to jump into the vlogging bandwagon as their way of featuring their lives as flight attendants, showing new places, and even giving tips on how to be a cabin crew.
Another benefit of vlogging is the potential of earning extra income on the side due to Google Adsense on YouTube. So here, we run you a list of Filipino cabin crew vloggers who you should subscribe to and check out. This is listed in no particular order.
1. Tanchellie Lobete
When it comes to Filipino flight attendant vloggers, one name stands out, and that is #TeamTarah, a cabin crew LGBT couple that vlogs about their daily lives as flight attendants. Tanchellie Lobete is half of Team Tarah whose primary goal of vlogging is to simply inspire others and to leave a legacy in the world. We interviewed her one time and she said that it has always been in her heart to inspire others and to help change lives. She currently has 64k subscribers as of this writing. Subscribe to her YouTube channel, Tanchellie Lobete.
2. Sarah Garcia
She is TeamTarah's other half. Sarah Garcia is also a flight attendant of Philippine Airlines who is actually new to the vlogging world. Just like her partner Tanchellie, Sarah Garcia vlogs about TeamTarah's life as flight attendants on and off the aircraft. Despite being new in the vlogging world, Sarah Garcia's channel has so much potential. With only 5 videos so far, she already has 5.56k subscribers! Subscribe to Sarah Garcia's YouTube channel, Sarah Garcia VLOGS.
3. Ruth Ramos
She is one of the first, or perhaps, the first Filipino cabin crew that became popular in the world of vlogging. Also known as "Miss KayKrizz", her goal in vlogging was to help cabin crew aspirants by giving them tips on how to become a flight attendant. She shares her story as former international flight attendant of Qatar Airways, dos and don'ts in during your cabin crew interview, and so much more. She currently has 68,185 subscribers and we are honored to also have interviewed her before. Subscribe to Ruth's YouTube channel, MissKayKrizz.
4. Mike Espino
Though being a former cabin crew of Philippine Airlines, he now works in a different department of the airline. Mike Espino continues to share his as a cabin crew. In his vlog, you will find information on how cabin crew members prepare for a flight, what they do after a flight, and tips on becoming a cabin crew. Subscribe to Mike's YouTube channel, Mike Espino.
5. Shaine Buhat
She is now popularly known as "Kalipad" by her subscribers. Shaine Buhat is a flight attendant of Cebu Pacific based in Cebu. Though fairly new to the world of vlogging which she started around 7 months ago, she is also a fast rising cabin crew vlogger as she now has 13,121 subscribers as of this writing. Her videos are about flight attendant life and her story as a Cebu-based cabin crew. Subscribe to Shaine's YouTube channel, FA Shaine Buhat.
6. Gag Halili
Want something different? If you want a little bit of comedy relief, check out this Philippine Airlines flight steward's channel. Gag Halili, also known as "OGAG" on YouTube is not the typical cabin crew vlog as this guy adds a lot of comic in his posts. He tries to also copy everyday life scenes and vlogs about them. Aside from the travel experiences, he goes on challenges and documents them. Subscribe to Gag Halili's YouTube channel, Gag halili.
7. Heather Vicencio and Melchielle Gerodias
They are a duo known as Flying Indays. "Inday" Heather and "Inday" Kiel are both Philippine Airlines cabin crew who are both batchmates in their training class. Their vlogs are more on the fun side of being a cabin crew. You will often see them both laughing and doing random stuff as they showcase their lives as flight attendants. Though fairly new also, we do see so much potential here. If you want to learn the fun side of being a cabin crew, this is the channel to check. Subscribe to the Flying Inday's YouTube channel, Flying Indays.
8. Katherine Alano
Kath's vlogs are pretty straightforward which are all about flight attendant life. Most of her videos are tips on becoming a cabin crew like doing make-up, impact interview advice, and her life as a flight attendant. With around 23.8k subscribers, Kath is pretty much popular among cabin crew aspirants. Kath is a flight attendant of Qatar Airways who used to fly for Cebu Pacific. Subscribe to Kath's YouTube channel, DayswithKath.
9. Angela Arandela
Angela is a Philippine Airlines flight attendant who vlogs about cabin crew tips and her layovers, Basically, she shares her experiences as a flight attendant and some tips for our aspirants who look forward to become a flight attendant. We were also able to interview Angela where she talked about the pros and cons in becoming a cabin crew. She also joined us on our "Let the Person Infront of You Decide What You Eat" challenge with Nova Torres. Subscribe to Angela's YouTube channel, Angela Arandela.
10. Yna Ramos
She is a single mother flight attendant of three. Despite very new with only three videos, we see a lot of potential in Yna Ramos, a Philippine Airlines flight attendant, as we get to see the life of a flight attendant single mom. So to all our single mothers out there who have dreams to be a flight attendant, this may be the perfect channel for you. Subscribe to Yna Ramos's YouTube channel, WanderingMom PH.
11. Jen Barangan
Have some questions on Cebu Pacific's recruitment process? Jen has the answers for you. A Cebu Pacific flight attendant, Jen Barangan vlogs all about her flying life where she even gives tips on advice on how you could pass the recruitment process of Cebu Pacific. Subscribe to Jen's YouTube channel, Jen Barangan.
12. Aubrey Ner
Want a more cinematic type of vlog? Aubrey Ner was a newscaster and video editor of ABS-CBN before becoming a flight attendant. If you will check her resume when it comes to editing videos for different programs in the TV channel, the list is long. This former newscaster turned flight attendant shares her flying story with tips on her vlog. You will notice one thing though, the editing style of her vlogs is similar to those of celebrities. Subscribe to Aubrey Ner's YouTube channel, AubreyStory.
13. Marc Castro
Marc Castro is a Philippine Airlines flight steward, a student pilot, and a musician at the same time. He doesn't give much tips here but basically, his vlogs are unique as he documents his flights and life from a 2nd person point of view most of the time. Though he is the one who takes the videos himself, he would mostly film his colleagues and his wife during his flights and layovers. If you want to get a comprehensive look of cabin crew life and a student pilot at the same time, this is the channel to check. Subscribe to Marc Castro's YouTube channel, mbi castro.
14. Flyhigh Manila TV
Well of course, "love your own", but why did we put this in the list? That's simply because Flyhigh Manila TV not only features one but numerous cabin crew on its videos. Most of the vlogs you will see there are hosted by Flyhigh Manila co-founder Mond Ortiz where he classified the videos in different categories namely:
We chose these vlogs not based on subscribers and watch hours but based on its potential to provide information about cabin crew life to aspirants and all who are looking for more information about cabin crew members. Enjoy these vlogs.
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