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Monthly Archives: August 2015

Los Angeles Corporate Flight Attendant – Louise Hyland

Louise Hyland Corporate Flight Attendant

Today we are proud to bring you a one-on-one interview with Louise Hyland, a corporate flight attendant based out of the Los Angeles area. Read on to learn more about Louise, her expertise and tips, and her insights into her favorite destination – Casablanca, Morocco. Read More

How to Handle High-Risk Inflight Menus

What are High-Risk Foods?

Certain types of food can provide the ideal environment for bacteria to multiply in, and under the right conditions will support the multiplication of pathogens, hence the name “high-risk.” In really basic terms, these are foods that do not require any further cooking or process before consumption. If these foods are not stored or handled correctly, or come into contact with raw foods, and bacteria are given Read More

How to Exceed your Clients’ Dining Experience While in Paris

Bustronome - Paris Air Show

At a typical air show, you discuss business during the day and then relax in the evening, often over a meal. The Paris Air Show is no exception to this rule. However, I think this year will be remembered for everyone who attended the dinner on the Bustronome. Indeed, we were treated to an unforgettable evening in a restaurant-on-wheels, overlooking all Read More

Corporate Flight Attendant Jamie White

Jamie White - Corporate Flight Attendant in Dallas

This week we are spotlighting Jamie White, a corporate flight attendant based out of Dallas, Texas. Read on to learn more about Jamie and her favorite destination – Puerto Vallarta, Mexico! She is sure to leave you inspired and ready for your next trip to this tropical destination.

How long have Read More

7 Cabin Crew Tips for Transitioning from Commercial to Corporate Aviation in the Middle East

Here are a few tips to help you take the step up from commercial cabin crew to private aviation. If you are already flying as a corporate cabin crewmember, we invite you to read on as well since you may pick up a few tips, or this can serve as a refresher. Once you have completed the necessary training to become a corporate flight attendant, these tips will Read More

Executive Chef Sal Lano – New York / New Jersey

Executive Chef Sal Lano

Today we are bringing Executive Chef Sal Lano into the spotlight. Sal has been on our New York / New Jersey team for over six and a half years. Learn more about him and his culinary influences you will find in the New York / New Jersey Regional Menu in the Read More

In-flight Catering for the Rugby World Cup 2015

As August begins, the busy season for sports slows down in the United Kingdom. After the Derby and Royal Ascot (horse races), and Queen’s Club and Wimbledon (tennis), we can look forward to the start of the Rugby World Cup.

Held every four years, this summer’s tournament is Read More