Contributed by FA Sheerah Robas
I'm Sheerah, 24 – from a licensed English Teacher to a Cabin Crew real quick. But don't get me wrong, it wasn't easy at all, not even fast.
We are posting this for all flight attendants to know that they have to be very proud of their job. Regardless if people calls them “glorified servers in the air” or the likes, these flight attendants should be proud that their primary role inside an aircraft is to ensure the safety of the passengers and this does not come easy. It takes tremendous training and sleepless nights just to be able to be a certified cabin crew.
Contributed by Bryan Garbo Gonzales
PAL has been my dream company. I spent my On-the-Job Training in PAL Iloilo. After graduation, I wasn't prepared to apply as a Flight Steward yet because I was not confident, I was shy, aloof, introvert and I still had a lot to work on myself.