Fern Gines-Ngui was a flight attendant for six years. Bubbly, caring and kind, traits common to a service industry such as the cabin crew profession, she honed her people skills and patience while dealing with all kinds of passengers, not knowing that these would, eventually, equip her in charting her future in the insurance industry. Hence, it came as no surprise that while flying, she was also a part-time financial advisor. For three years she juggled flying and financial consultancy. However, there was one defining incident that pushed her to become a full-time financial advisor.
The safety video is the most important video in an aircraft as this shows what to do during an emergency situation. Safety is everything and it is important that passengers are briefed prior to take-off. Despite its importance, there are still passengers who disregard the safety video or demo, hence, airlines are resorting to different ways to make the safety video more interesting, some have done cartoons, some have used super heroes, and some even used celebrities. The trend of safety videos nowadays are used also as a tourism ad for the airline's country or flag.
Let's just admit that cabin crew members are really good looking. Good grooming and beauty regimen are really part of their so called "crewlife". Airlines always require clear complexion, correct weight to height ratio, a heart warming smile, a good haircut, and so on. No wonder why many passengers are attracted to their cabin crew members, and these set of passengers are no exemption.
She is now 80 years old, been flying for 60 years, and she continues to fly. Meet Bette Nash of American Airlines! So yes, she has experienced it all and seen it all. She has seen the change to how flying was when she started at Eastern Airlines in 1957 to how things are today.