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How to Avoid Roaming Charges

By, Thu 2nd Apr, 2015 at 10:26
Flight crew, pilots and other travellers know that staying connected to friends and family can be the hardest part of international travel. Roaming fees are expensive, so travellers often limit themselves to Wi-Fi or bring a handful of local SIM cards to swap out between countries.
The KnowRoaming Global SIM Sticker offers a convenient solution. it’s a small sticker you apply once to an unlocked phone, then enjoy easy roaming between countries, saving up to 85% on voice and data. No more looking for a Starbucks in New York or a coffee shop in Hong Kong for free Wi-Fi.
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How do Emirates cabin crew look so good all the time?

By cabincrew72, Tue 14th Oct, 2014 at 15:51
Appearance is an all important factor during a flight and presents a real challenge for most of us. However this skill has been mastered by Emirates cabin crew and in this post we give you a glimpse on how they maintain such a fabulous look even after the most exhausting long haul flights.

Emirates cabin crew without question have mastered the art of looking good...

The trick to looking so fabulous is apparently due to a well-executed make-up routine, when asked what beauty products should be taken on flights, they...
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How to find comfortable cabin crew shoes

By, Wed 10th Sep, 2014 at 09:36
Working as Cabin Crew is tough on your feet, as you are standing for long hours at a time, and there’s the added pressure of working at altitude. The difficulty comes when trying to find shoes that are comfortable for long periods time that still look good – an impossible task? Well no, it’s not - you just need to know where to look.
You need to be aware of your uniform restrictions before you choose a pair of shoes – some airlines will insist on heeled shoes whereas some may prefer that you wear flat shoes. Once you know this you will have a good...
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Top 5 Sexually Transmitted Infections cabin crew should avoid

By, Tue 15th Jul, 2014 at 09:10
By Dr Tabitha Morrison International travel brings opportunities for shopping, sand and sex! There are a few souvenirs, however, that are not ideal to bring back in your crew baggage.
Here are the top five sexually transmitted infections (STIs) that cabin crew are exposed to, and ways to avoid and/or treat, them with a few myth busters thrown in.

Chlamydia – the most common bacterial STI in the UK –...
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10 Home Truths about Cabin Crew

By, Mon 24th Feb, 2014 at 16:06
Being cabin crew is often seen as a glamorous job with long trips away, a smart uniform and a big salary – unfortunately all is not what it seems! Patricia Green gives us ten home truths about the reality of working as cabin crew.
Although it can be quite a serious and demanding job, we like to look on the bright side too…

1. Despite the image that most people see or aspire too, we are all shapes and sizes, different ages and nationalities and...
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Six budgeting tips for cabin crew

By, Mon 9th Sep, 2013 at 09:34
Nobody likes to hear the dreaded ‘B’ word, but budgeting can be the key to actually enjoying the money you have rather than constantly feeling like you don’t have any.
It’s easy to do once you form the habit. Making your cabin crew pay packet last longer can be very rewarding, and for many of us reigning in the spending in the run up to...
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Help, I need a summer body!

By, Wed 24th Jul, 2013 at 12:21
Busy Cabin Crew may not always have the time to stick to a regular fitness regime, so now that the summer is in full swing, is it too late to look good on the beach?
Hiding behind a colourful sarong or T-shirt is one option of course, but if you have a couple of weeks before your beach holiday, there’s a lot you can do to improve your shape, and feel psychologically prepared to get into that bikini or those...
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The trouble with tattoos

By, Tue 11th Jun, 2013 at 16:56
Are they or aren’t they allowed? This seems to be a massive grey area for young men and women who have chosen cabin crew as their career, but already have tattoos or would like to get some ink.
While it’s widely considered that you will be OK with tattoos so long as they are ‘not visible’ – i.e. they are safely hidden under the uniform – many hiring airlines do ask applicants at first interview if they have any tattoos at all, and...
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Tips for happy house-sharing

By, Thu 2nd May, 2013 at 14:29
Living in shared accommodation can be really good fun with all the benefits of having company and social stimulation away from work. But of course there will be moments when you’d rather have your own space.
Classic complaints among cabin crew living in close quarters with others include piles of washing up left untouched, no-one emptying the bins, arguments over bills, loud music...
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Best ways to tackle cabin crew tiredness

By, Mon 15th Apr, 2013 at 11:35
For those working as cabin crew tiredness, unfortunately, comes with the job. If you’re feeling tired all the time – at work, at home, on a night out, then you’re probably finding it pretty frustrating.
There are ways to help reduce fatigue once you can establish the cause, so first of all have a think about your lifestyle and how that could be affecting your energy levels. The more you do to improve your physical wellbeing generally, the better...
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