Flight Attendant

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An annotated bibliography on the ins and outs of being a flight attendant Ferguson, . Careers In Focus Aviation. 109-111. Print.
In Fergusons Careers In Focus he talks a lot about the history on flight attendants. One thing I found very interesting was although the first passenger flights were in 1911 the commercial aviation industry did not take off until the Kelly Air Mail Act of 1925. This act encouraged the growth of the first commercial airlines. To get the airlines to take off the government encouraged passenger travel and offered airlines subsidies to lower the price of passenger tickets. A few things that had kept passengers from flying were concern for their safety and price, However the Air Commerce Act improved Consumer confidence. American Airlines were the first to have at the time what they called stewardesses, who were trained nurses and only women were stewardess. "California Occupational Guide Number 79." Flight attendant. N.p., n.d. Web. 31 Oct 2012. http://www.calmis.ca.gov/file/occguide/flightat.htm On this website I learned more about the job its self. Flight Attendants help make the flight safe, comfortable and enjoyable for all airline customers. Flight attendants main goal is to ensure passenger safety. They have to make sure all of the FAA safety standards are followed. Flight attendants have to start their day with a crew meeting going over the flight and any children or special needs on the plane. After that is finished they must bored the plane and check to make sure all of the first aid and safety equipment is in check. Once that is completed they must make sure all of the beverages and food is stocked and ready to be served. This is just a few of the duties for a flight attendant. "Flight attendants training on line." Flight Attendant Interview Questions. sega from being normal to being flight attendants , n.d. Web. 31 Oct 2012. <http://www.flightattendantcabincrewtraining.com/interviewquestions.htm>. On this web site there...
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