First and foremost, the hotels are not as posh and the pilots are not that young nor cute. The truth of the matter for me is that, when I meet someone for the first time, I often dread the "What do you do? When I disclose my job, I find that the conversation quickly begins to revolve around into their personal airplane stories and a endless barrage of questions that I have answered numerous times before.When it comes to a potential mate knowing my occupation, the only upside of such a line of questioning is that very quickly I'm usually able to distinguish between the womanizers, leeches and perverts simply by the questions they ask first.I can determine who's more fascinated with the uniform and occupation rather than me, the actual person.And then there are those that are excited about the possibility of free flights and buddy passes (aka users).There are those who understand a job is just a job. (..maybe it's me with the issues...hmmmm) Dating in itself is challenge for anyone.Dating as a flight attendant has a new layer of challenges, but also it has different opportunities as well.
It's gotten so frustrating that I haven't really wanted to blog about it.
So how did this farmer's daughter from Ballina, Co. You can apply online, but we also have Open Days, so bring your CV. We have a lot of Irish men that work for us who have met their wives on their travels! We have a five-week intensive training programme, where we cover everything from medical and safety to image, uniform and grooming standards. Whatever can happen in the sky, we’re trained for it. We go for a run, to the beach, or for coffee together. We had this 92-year-old Irish woman coming from Singapore recently. "You know, I have so many regrets in life," she said.