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First crewlife is different from the average work life, for a couple reasons. No boss, no supervision, no oversight—gone. That job is flying, something we like to do.
When we as crew are out on the road, most of the logistics that the biz or leisure traveler need to worry about are taken care of: transportation, hotels, airport access. If there was time an opportunity—say, the long Cabo layover, with open bar included in the hotel stay—there could be some partying going on.
Can a flight attendant date a pilot?
We used to say on the Fokker, which had a crew consisting of two pilots and two flight attendants, that every trip was a double-date. In fact, on my F captain checkout trip, I met a flight attendant who I dated for much of the next year.
That ended when I met another flight attendant on another F trip and in less than two weeks, we decided we should be married. And we have been married for the past twenty-five years.
I detail this story, plus many other pretty extreme pilot and flight attendant connections, here. While there are many pilot and flight attendant couples, and many flight attendants married or committed to other flight attendants, and many pilots with the same connections with other pilots, several factors have made those connections less likely.
Flight attendants are worn out from such brutal scheduling with too little rest. That kind of kills the social prospects of any layover situation.
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Flight attendants tend to be outgoing, confident, adept at handling any situation, self-assured and practiced in the social arts from calming a passenger storm on board to leading their own lives with confidence and independence. Pilots tend more towards the nerdish, narrow-thinking, dogmatic way of seeing the world.
Pilots land toward the control-freak end of the personality bell curve and many are insecure with a strong-minded, independent partner. This entry was posted on July 2, at pm and is filed under air travelairlineairline cartoonairline pilotairline pilot blogflight attendantflight crewpilot with tags air travelairlinesbookscrewlifeflight crewpilots and flight attendantstravel. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.
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