We take a look into the "behind the scenes" of the lives of our cabin crew members through videos. We normally just see them when we board an aircraft, do safety demos, serve, attendant to your needs, make sure all safety procedures are followed, and thanks you for flying their airline. Here, we take a look at a typical Manila to Nagoya to Manila Philippine Airlines quick flight.
There are some airports around the world wherein the hotels are right beside the airport and there are some airports that almost look like it has its own city! Take for example Chubu Centrair International Airport in Nagoya, Japan. One may think cabin crew members leave the airport in uniforms to have Ramen outside but that little Ramen shack which seems like a small stall in a huge city is actually inside the airport. Chubu also has its own grocery place. This is nothing new nowadays since air travel has grown the past few years which required larger airports to accommodate more aircraft. To maximize the huge space, many airports do seem like malls with different kiosks, restaurants, shops, and lounges!
Anyway, we here is a video of a typical Manila-Nagoya-Manila flight for our PAL cabin crew members. They do have Japanese interpreters so communicating with the Japanese people in the airport is no problem.