12 flight attendant tips for an easy flight
Check out these tips, advice and tips from the cabin crew that will make flying in a friendly sky much more user-friendly.
Flight crew members do more than hand out snacks and drinks. They are not glorified waiters nor servants. They are highly skilled in first aid, conflict resolution, identifying possible human trafficking, emergency management and more. They undergo rigorous training, including passing annual and semi-annual exams to maintain their flight license.
Their sole responsibility is to ensure that each passenger arrives at their destination safely; and in a dire situation, they are best equipped to guide and support you. So, don’t be afraid to say hello, offer a benevolent smile (or “smile” while wearing a protective mask), or even offer the crew something to brighten up their day (and make your flight more user-friendly.)
With air travel returning to an all time high, we brought in these mile-tall heroes for some business tips and tricks. Crew members from Delta, Etihad, Norwegian and Virgin Airlines told us what will help you board faster, fly smarter, and make your flying experience as stress-free as possible.