- Corporate Experience?: Yes
- Flight Attendant School/Date: 11/04/2015
- Price Per Day: 450
- International Price Per Day: 550
- Years of Experience: 6
- Aircraft Experience: Embraer Legacy, GIV, Hawker4000, Boeing 737-400 and GIII aircraft
- Languages: English
- VIP/ 5 Star Experience?: Yes
- First Aid Training Date: 11/04/2015
- Life Raft Training Date: 11/03/2015
- Will Travel on Short Notice: Yes
- Airports within 2 Hours: CMH, OSU, LCK, DAY, ILN
- Willing to Airline to Departure City?: Yes
Primary: Flight Attendant
Secondary: Flight Attendant
Additional Details: My flight attendant experience started at Chautauqua Airlines in 2003, on the Embraer Regional Jet. During my tenure there, I successfully handled two in-flight emergencies. In 2008, Since March 2010, I have gained valuable VIP corporate cabin attendant experience on the Embraer Legacy, GIV, Hawker4000, Boeing 737-400 and GIII aircraft. My international experience includes Caribbean, Europe and the Middle East. The clients that I have flown include Professional Athletes, Pop Stars, Grammy-award winning music legends, Presidential candidates and VIP U.S. Government officials.
In addition to my flight attendant experience, I have worked as a personal cook, server and shopping assistant for a family in the Hamptons during summer 2009 and part of summer 2010. This experience, along with years of restaurant experience and a lifetime of personal cooking, I have excellent skills in providing five-star service to my passengers. Whether it is personally shopping for catering on a fixed budget in Europe or presenting upscale catering orders, I have the flexibility, creativity and knowledge to satisfy any client, in any country. My strong work ethic and positive, can-do attitude will continue to please passengers and meet the needs of any client.
I have completed - Recurrent Emergency Training for Corporate Flight Attendants training at Beyond & Above.
Beyond & Above- Recurrent Emergency Training for Corporate Flight Attendants Aircare FACTS Training - for part 91, 135 and 125.
Knife Skills by Tom Hughes
Red Cross - BLS: CPR, First Aid, Blood-borne Pathogens, A.E.D., in-flight medical Training - current as of 2015
Hypoxia Awareness Training/Decompression
Corporate Specific In-flight Service Training
Food Handling Safety Training
Aircare FACTS meets all applicable regulations for emergency procedures training as required under CFR Parts 91, 125, 135, JAR OPS1, CARS, IS-BAO standards.