Some Aviation Jargon Let’s translate some airline jargon for you. You might know some or you might not. Arm and crosscheck Before departure, all the exits are put into emergency mode. One crew member will request the rest of the crew to arm the doors during the public announcement (meaning that if that door were to be opened the escape chute would automatically deploy). The cross-check part is where the cabin crew physically check that
The Do’s and Dont’s After a Job Interview The only thing more stressful than a job interview is waiting to hear back from the airline recruitment manager. Here are four things to do, and not do, after an interview. Do: Send a thank-you note After the interview, it’s polite to send an email to thank the airline recruitment manager, usually later the same day or early the next morning. In your message, tell them why

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