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This picture has been taken a year ago during the last part of my corporate flight attendant training in Paris with School Jet. We had to organize a lunch for 6 business aviation companies representatives (chief hostess CEO...) just as you do for a flight as a corporate flight attendant. It was very stressful. It was the last day of the 9 we spent learning everything there is to know about business aviation 5 stars service catering order wines and champagne caviar decoration communication Our t
Airlines Need to Work Harder to Recruit More Female Pilots EasyJet's Lisa Humphrey (captain) and Maria Stone (first officer) set off on an all-female crewed flight from London Gatwick to Agadir. There are still far too few female pilots. EasyJet Skift Take: What's most remarkable about the lack of gender diversity among airline pilots is how persistent it has been. Despite plenty of talk about attracting more women into the role they are still a tiny minority. Airlines need to do much more.
easyJet Airbus A320-214 G-EZOL at London Gatwick Int'l (LGW) Sussex, UK [Photo: N94504, 23.4.2015] easyJet's 250th Airbus, wearing the special livery to celebrate. This is also the first A320 to wear the new corporate livery. Seen here completing her first commercial rotation from Gatwick. Flight EZY8682 from Arrecife (ACE) arrives runway 08R. Delivered 22nd April 2015.