Redefining In-Flight Catering

Monthly Archives: March 2015

Business Aviation Travel Tips for Glasgow, Scotland

Scotland is known for its world-class golfing, majestic castle ruins and signature dish – the haggis! Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city, is a popular destination from April through September, with peak season being July and August. However, be ready with your umbrella since Glasgow is famously known for its unpredictable rain.

Located on the River Clyde, Glasgow is home to Read More

Recipe: Traditional Ukrainian Borscht

My introduction to Russian cuisine began over eight years ago, when I was invited to dinner at the home of a friend and co-worker from where I was working as a grill cook. Her family was from a large and very diverse city, named Kharkiv, in Eastern Ukraine. However, like many who lived in that region of the country, they spoke and considered themselves ethnically Russian. Upon my arrival, I remember seeing a vibrant and colorful array of foods spread across the table, and I recall being caught completely off guard because my knowledge and exposure to the foods of that region was limited to my pathetic attempt at making chicken Kiev in Read More

A Day in the Life of a Corporate Flight Attendant

What is a corporate flight attendant

The days of how flight attendants are portrayed on TV are long gone in business aviation. Corporate flight attendants in today’s world are much more than just a person in the back of the cabin to take care of passengers. These unique and highly-qualified individuals wear many hats and are highly-trained in many different aspects.

Even though one of the responsibilities of being a corporate flight attendant is to take care of passengers in the cabin with service, their main responsibility is ensuring Read More

Melissa Tristine Keough – Corporate Flight Attendant

Melissa Tristine Keough has been a corporate flight attendant for nine years and a demonstration flight attendant (called “IFCs”) for eight of those years. Melissa extensive experience as a cabin crew member operating in Russia. As you will see below, this level of expertise is especially true of her journeys to Moscow.

Melissa has received training at Aircare FACTS, MedAire and Corporate School of Etiquette. Her last recurrent training was Read More

Moscow, Russia In-Flight Catering and Travel Tips

St. Basil's Cathedral

Moscow, Russia is home to what is currently the busiest business aviation airport in Europe, and this is just one of the many reasons it is an important city to get familiarized with. As springtime approaches with its gentle steady increase in temperatures, Moscow will soon be in its shoulder season. Peak season is during summer, when the already expensive prices shoot even further skyward.

Located on the Moskva River, Moscow has highly-active business aviation traffic largely due to the city Read More