Written by Mond Ortiz
Both Chantal Ramos and Shenina Pacia have one thing in common. They used to have the same dream of becoming a flight attendant, a long time dream. They are our followers of Flyhigh Manila and they read this website a lot. They both wished that one day, they would be like those present flight attendants we feature. It was their dream to one day be on our social media accounts. Later on, that day came.
Chantal Ramos became a flight attendant of Qatar Airways and Shenina Pacia now flies for Cebu Pacific. They now wear their respective uniforms, definitely living their dreams. Today, they now are looking at their own pictures on our page, wearing their uniforms and their wings. What they dreamt of before, what they wished for, is now a reality. Both Chantal and Shenina now joins the rest of the present flight attendants that we feature in inspiring our future generation of cabin crew.
Both Chantal and Shenina are two of the numerous flight attendants who were former aspirants that were once checking pictures of other flight attendants on our page. Now here they are. So what is my message?
Two things. The first is nothing is impossible. If you dream it, believe it will happen. If you can visualize it, you can achieve it. What the mind can conceive, the body can achieve. Second, life is a learning process. Rejections and roadblocks are windows to lessons and new learning which will help you towards becoming a flight attendant. Both Chantal and Shenina went through multiple rejections. They went through the toughest times and here they are now as flight attendants. They did all they can to learn. They kept their spirits up despite the emotional sadness they would face during rejections.
Both Shenina and Chantal made, so what makes you think you can't? Yes let me tell you that if only you commit and dedicate yourself into becoming a flight attendant one day, you too may be checking your own picture on this page one day in a uniform. What was once your dream can also be a reality like theirs and the many other flight attendants who have sent in their own photos to us in uniform.
Good luck future cabin crew!