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General Info and questions about Mixed Fleet

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  Topic Started By:  brighton_rocks    On:  Wed 14th September, 2011 at 11:57
monstermunch
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Posts: 34
#42  Re: General Info about Mixed Fleet  Posted 19/09/2011 at 14:25
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i know yeah, i want that lifestyle! i want a career here, always wanted to live that life!
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malteaser
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Posts: 24
United Kingdom
#43  Re: General Info about Mixed Fleet  Posted 19/09/2011 at 14:29
hey there, i am due to start training 8th Dec and was just wondering if BA provide cabin and outdoor shoes for the ladies?
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brighton_rocks
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Posts: 530
#44  Re: General Info about Mixed Fleet  Posted 19/09/2011 at 14:32
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No they don't i'm afraid
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Baby Jack
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Posts: 887
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#45  Re: General Info about Mixed Fleet  Posted 19/09/2011 at 14:33
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No this is your own purchase. You can buy from uniform stores but most people find their own
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malteaser
Newbie
Posts: 24
United Kingdom
#46  Re: General Info about Mixed Fleet  Posted 19/09/2011 at 14:42
ok thanks, that actually works out better for me as i am crew atm and have only just replaced mine so i wont have wasted my money!
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bagsy2ndbreak
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Posts: 521
United Kingdom
#47  Re: General Info about Mixed Fleet  Posted 19/09/2011 at 16:53
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FYI - the heel of your ground shoes need to be no higher than the height of your ID (from the sole to heel tip) as a guide for you.
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livingproof21
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Posts: 39
United Kingdom
#48  Re: General Info about Mixed Fleet  Posted 20/09/2011 at 11:50
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Thanks very much for all this info Brighton, I would have to say that this is the best and most clear info that had been posted with regards to mixed fleet questions. Thanks Again.
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aussie075
Groupie
Posts: 84
United Kingdom
#49  Re: General Info about Mixed Fleet  Posted 20/09/2011 at 16:07
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Hey livingproof,

Are you the partner of stephen from Glasgow who has his AD on the morning of the 15th? He was in my group. were you in the afternoon AD? I heard you got in, congratulations.

Glenn
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-Emily-
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Posts: 7
United Kingdom
#50  Re: General Info about Mixed Fleet  Posted 20/09/2011 at 20:21
babyjack/brightonrocks/other experienced crew, one of you mentioned it was a lifestyle not i job. i like that. but with so many thousands of cabin crew do u ever fly with the same person twice? or make regular friends? there just seems so many different people to be working with everyday that i don't see how you'd ever get to KNOW people other than on ur training course!!
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bagsy2ndbreak
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United Kingdom
#51  Re: General Info about Mixed Fleet  Posted 20/09/2011 at 20:52
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There's only about 700-800 people on MF at the moment so you do get to fly with each other quite often. Obviously as the fleet grows you will see the same people less and less. Not always a bad thing! Lol.
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