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Serve the Jet Set! Exclusive private jet service is seeking a Flight Attendant to provide high-level service to a select clientele. Starting salary over 50K. Applicant must have a valid U.S. passport and have at least one of the following qualifications:

* Previous Flight Attendant experience
* Esthetician
* Experience with high-profile individuals
* Massage Therapist


Duties include:

* Food preparation
* Meal planning
* Shopping for aircraft supplies
* On-board food service
* On-board mini-spa services (light facials and neck and shoulder message)

Applicant must be hard working, live within 45 minutes of Van Nuys, CA., be available 24/7 and be in great shape. This is a full time position only.

In an industry that has seen losses and consolidation, Trans Exec is prospering. We are investing our vast resources in equipment and training to continue our 25 years of safety, security and service.

Send resume by Email to: info@transexec.com



Or by mail to:

Trans-Exec Private Jets

7240 Hayvenhurst Place, Suite 200

Van Nuys, CA. 91406



Trans Exec differs from conventional forms of jet travel such as fractional ownership or charter, in that we fly our select group of clients in the same airplanes with the same familiar crews.

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"...and be in great shape"



Sounds like the makings for a discrimination lawsuit. Not to smart to come right out and say that.


Might as well just say "Only hiring white, blonde hair, blue Eye, 5'4", 110 lbs, and measurements of 36-24-36 flight attendants."

Do the Johns, I me customers tip well?
 

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mecfii said:
"...and be in great shape"



Sounds like the makings for a discrimination lawsuit. Not to smart to come right out and say that.


Might as well just say "Only hiring white, blonde hair, blue Eye, 5'4", 110 lbs, and measurements of 36-24-36 flight attendants."

Do the Johns, I me customers tip well?

Yeah right- 100 lbs and you gotta deal.
 

mecfii

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miles otoole said:
Yeah right- 100 lbs and you gotta deal.

Miles you miscalulated your W/B again! Those 36 DD are five pounds each, thus you get the 110 lbs.
 

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mecfii said:
Miles you miscalulated your W/B again! Those 36 DD are five pounds each, thus you get the 110 lbs.


B-58 Hustler, great looking airplane. Although a pair of 36DD are a little better to look at, heck, even a C cup would be good enough!
 
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They probaly dont want there FA's to look like all the old hags, that currently work for the regionals and majors.
 

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sballs said:
They probaly dont want there FA's to look like all the old hags, that currently work for the regionals and majors.

I don't think they will have any problems with the old hags since they all have the seniority over the young ones and are still flying. So that means all the pretty ones are laid off and available for gigs like this one. Not all the ones still flying for the major carriers are old hags; some have aged quite well! Plus I am at the age were I prefer an experienced woman to some young bimbo. Not saying I would turn a young one down, just prefer one to the other.
 

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jumppilot said:
B-58 Hustler, great looking airplane. Although a pair of 36DD are a little better to look at, heck, even a C cup would be good enough!

You do realize how breathtakingly sexist your post was right??? I may need to check a calendar but, I'm pretty sure it's 2005.
 

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SWAInflt said:
You do realize how breathtakingly sexist your post was right??? I may need to check a calendar but, I'm pretty sure it's 2005.


Yes. But it is Flightinfo, relax.

We were having a good discussion until our posts were deleted.
 
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SWAInflt said:
You do realize how breathtakingly sexist your post was right??? I may need to check a calendar but, I'm pretty sure it's 2005.

Yep.....its 2005. Yep....pilots are still overwhelmingly male and making comments about (horrors!) the fairer sex.

Instead of trying to bash some breathtakingly normal pilots, how about posting something useful on 9/11/05?

Does that date mean anything to you or do you realize how breathtakingly badly you missed the boat?

Should I include any other adjectives or is my sarcasm coming through?

Really, people.....it's an internet message board.

Nothing said here really matters....lighten up.
 

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SWAInflt said:
You do realize how breathtakingly sexist your post was right??? I may need to check a calendar but, I'm pretty sure it's 2005.

36DDs can be breathtaking.
 

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pilot141 said:
Yep.....its 2005. Yep....pilots are still overwhelmingly male and making comments about (horrors!) the fairer sex.

Remarking about beautiful eyes is one thing reducing women to their cup size is quite another. The "boys will be boys" argument is wearing might thing.

Instead of trying to bash some breathtakingly normal pilots, how about posting something useful on 9/11/05?

How do you know I didn't light a candle in memory of the 9/11 victims or observe a moment of silence? You don't. But, that hasn't stopped you from using a day of national mourning to deflect a legitimate complaint.

Does that date mean anything to you or do you realize how breathtakingly badly you missed the boat?

See above. Separate issues pal.

Should I include any other adjectives or is my sarcasm coming through?

The message of the entire thread is read loud and clear.

Really, people.....it's an internet message board. Nothing said here really matters....lighten up.

Would the same viewpoint apply if the discussion were demeaning to someone based on their race?
 

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SWAinflt, while I agree with you to some extent, it's still a man's game...so play by their rules or don't play at all (or at least make them think it's their rules).

You are fighting a losing battle, unfortunately.
 

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TexaSWA said:
36DDs can be breathtaking.

New weight and balance numbers in our ops spec indicate that carry-ons will now be calculated at 20 pounds... that's 40 pounds in station 48.
 

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English said:
SWAinflt, while I agree with you to some extent, it's still a man's game...so play by their rules or don't play at all (or at least make them think it's their rules).

The aviation industry being a "man's game" shouldn't be synonomous with women having to accept being objectified. Perhaps it's time the rules changed.

You are fighting a losing battle, unfortunately.

The losing battles are usually the ones worth fighting.
 

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SWAInflt - I don't think English is saying that women have to accept being objectified. Do us all a favor and take a step back and not take yourself so seriously. We make jokes on this board. Many are crude and uncouth, but they're said tongue in cheek. It's just the 'guy way' of doing things. It might suck, but the reality is that the majority of people on this board (as well as the majority in this industry) are guys. It might not be fair, but that's the way it is, and sometimes you just have to deal with our rather unpolished sense of humor. English understands this.

We make jokes here. Sometimes it's about boobs. I've told Ailerongirl to iron my shirt. I've told English to make me a sandwich. Relax. Nobody here means anything by it.
 

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SWAInflt said:
The aviation industry being a "man's game" shouldn't be synonomous with women having to accept being objectified. Perhaps it's time the rules changed.



The losing battles are usually the ones worth fighting.

Are you my ex-wife?

Ace
 

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SWAInflt said:
The aviation industry being a "man's game" shouldn't be synonomous with women having to accept being objectified. Perhaps it's time the rules changed.



The losing battles are usually the ones worth fighting.

You probably shouldn't bother applying
 
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