Montreal, Canada is an inviting city located just north of the northeastern United States. If you can stay in the downtown district, you will be able to walk to many places and explore the city during your downtime on the ground. Montreal will greet you with many experiences that you will not soon forget. Below is a list of the top 14 things to see and do in Montreal, based on Read More
Monthly Archives: March 2015
Being a corporate flight attendant is filled with as many opportunities as challenges. If you have been in private aviation for a while and are considering switching to contract work instead of full-time, you should be aware of the potential ups and downs associated with this career move. This article will provide insight into Read More
This week we are featuring a corporate flight attendant in San Antonio, Texas with 17 years of experience. Jennifer Kowalczyk started her career in 1998 with Delta Airlines in Atlanta, Georgia. She spent six years in commercial aviation and then took the next step in her career when she completed training with FlightSafety International in Savannah, Georgia and Aircare FACTS in Dallas, Texas. She has now worked for 13 years as a corporate flight attendant and has Read More
San Antonio, Texas is hosting the National Business Aviation Association’s International Operators Conference (IOC) this year. Whether you are visiting the city to attend the event, or for a business aviation mission, here is an overview of what you can expect to experience during your visit.
San Antonio experiences a mild climate from November through April, so a Read More
Southern states, such as Georgia, are known for serving hearty satisfying meals, like a main course of Southern Style Deep Fried Chicken and
Buttermilk Biscuits, then ending the meal with a hot cup of coffee and dessert. The following banana pudding recipe is Read More
While flying in the Middle East or working as a corporate flight attendant on an aircraft of passengers from the region, it is important to be confident in customs and etiquette that are part of the culture. Arabic coffee service, which includes coffee and dates, is the proper way to Read More
Atlanta is a busy city thanks to the important role it plays in aviation. Dark Rush is a flight attendant based in Atlanta who is working on the transition from commercial aviation to private aviation. She has completed her initial training at Corporate Flight Attendant Training and FlightSafety International. For her annual recurrent training, she attends FlightSafety in Savannah, Georgia each Read More
Ever since being founded in the 1800s at the intersection of railroad crossings, Atlanta has been an important city for transportation. In contemporary times, Atlanta is known for being the top commercial aviation hub in the United States, and also consistently ranks in the top 20 for business aviation locations in the country. Shoulder season for Atlanta starts in just a few weeks and builds up to peak season in June, which lasts through Read More
Today we bring you a uniquely British salad from Executive Chef Neil Pope from Air Culinaire Worldwide London. While this is a salad, the highlight of the dish is the warm Kidderton ash, a goat cheese created at Read More
Planning for an upcoming trip to Glasgow, Scotland but could use some expert advice? Meet Ashlea Mayne, an Aircare FACTS trained corporate flight attendant from Australia, living in Scotland. Ashlea has graciously shared her tips for exploring the city through food and culture. Read on to learn more about her, and how to blend in with the locals.
Ashlea has been a flight attendant since 2008, when she started her career with Read More