If the ocean isn’t your thing, taking to the sky is another worthy option. Flight attendants have been traveling around the world for years, handing out cocktails and honey-roasted peanuts. However, before flight attendants can take off, there is an extensive training process that often takes place in flight.
Knowledge of Aircraft: Whether it’s inside or outside the plane, attendants need to know the location of exits, oxygen masks and even internal parts such as circuit breakers, cabin lighting and more.
Federal Aviation Regulations: These regulations known as FARs are the backbone of the flight industry, not to mention extensive, constantly in flux and difficult to master.
Safety Equipment: The use of fire extinguishers, defibrillators and methods of hijack prevention are all things to be proficient in when serving those on a commercial airplane.
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