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A new trend: Happy New Year up in the sky!

With the nearing Christmas and New Year celebrations some airlines commemorate the holidays by offering exclusive deals to their loyal customers whilst others greet their passengers with spectacular on-board parties during flights. In fact, celebrating up in the sky has become a real trend amongst hard-core flyers in recent years. For instance, in Russia alone there were 13000 passengers who counted down the last seconds to the New Year on-board last year!

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On the edge of going nuts – a modern flight attendant’s reality?

For many, the flight attendant’s job is a dream come true. Visiting new places, earning good money, meeting new people at 10-12 km height – that’s certainly the charming part of the work. However, since the dawn of the profession back in 1930s both the airline industry and passengers themselves seem to have changed a lot thus raising the question whether today’s flight attendant’s job brings more satisfaction or stress.

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Maintenance engineers remain one of the most demanded specialists in aviation

As the demand for air travel keeps rising, the majority of experts agree that the future of the industry is looking bright. It is forecasted that by 2016 aviation will have injected more than $ 1 trillion into the global economy and created (directly and indirectly) almost 70 million jobs worldwide. Ironically, as concerns qualified workforce, ensuring safety of operations with the constantly growing global fleet still remains a headache for the respective players.

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Flight attendant: aviation’s most wanted

With the aviation industry growing at an unprecedented pace, according to Bloomberg Businessweek flight attendant applications are currently far outpacing the positions available. For instance, Emirates has been reported to receive over 15 000 cabin crew job applications per month. At the same time, however, Air India has recently cancelled or temporarily withdrawn as many as 12 flights from its network due to shortage of cabin crew. Moreover, as over the next 20 years China alone is estimated to need an additional 2 000 cabin crew per year, may the optimism over cabin crew supply be exaggerated?

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