Gary Sato is a photographer who hails from Davao and he travels around to take pictures. One of the subject of his usual photos are flight attendants in action! Yes, that means he takes their photos while at work! Though airlines and cabin crew members usually do not allow people to take their photos, it is still unavoidable. For Gary to take their photos while at work though, it is an honor for them.
"Oh you're a flight attendant, your job must be glamorous", is one of the most common things we hear from people nowadays. The fact that they are paid to fly plus the really stunning uniform they wear makes it seem all glamorous, but guess what, it may not be as glamorous at all. In an enclosed pressurized cabin at 30,000ft above, flight attendants encounter and deal with hundreds of different personalities everyday.
A viral video of a Hawaiian Airlines flight attendant has been circling social media. The video shows the flight attendant helping a mother of three children by soothing and calming her toddler.
“You gave a mother a moment to breathe and you have no idea how priceless this was for everyone around to see," the woman said.
By Syndey Parker
Before you fasten your seatbelts and prepare for takeoff at San Francisco International Airport, stop by International Terminal Level 3 for the new Fashion in Flight exhibit. Over 70 airline uniforms are on display, dating from the pre-war 1930s to present day. If you think you would rather spend your pre-flight time at the gate listening to the blood pound in your ears and staring into the abyss, think again. The SFO Museum Fashion in Flight exhibit is on display for your entertainment from now until January 8th, 2017. Aviation Museum and Library hours are 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily and the Main Hall galleries are always open. Why waste your time at the gate feasting on an overpriced airport sandwich and reapplying deodorant when you could dress up your brain with knowledge of flight attendant fashion? Enjoy the following preview of this San Francisco treat.
Last January 18, 2018, a certain passenger, tall, built, and able, boarded his Scoot flight, TR180, from Singapore to Nanjing. Upon getting to his seat, he hands his luggage to the flight attendant. The flight attendant professionally declined from stowing the luggage of the unhindered and built man, and even said "If your hand was injured, I would gladly assist you". The passenger went on saying "I will complain" while holding his cup of water, insisting that the flight attendant lifts his luggage.