Are you able to get up and strech during the flight? Use the restroom? If say you are on the X doing transcon flights? I have looked up there and it did look pretty tight.
Also wondering if you are able to read? I assume not since the customer and just look up and see you.
I guess I violate the FOM every 15 to 30 minutes. I check on them, but I'm sure as hell not going to interrupt them that frequently. I look back, look for signs of life, and restart my stopwatch.Verbally... every 15 minutes of a 9 hour flight to Rome. Isn't it AWESOME!!!!!
No; flight attendant services aren't part of our duties. I'll certainly ask if I can fix them anything before I climb into my seat before taxi, or if I happen to get up in-flight to use the lav or grab my crew meal, but not other than that, no.Are you actually getting up and serving them food or drinks?
Yep, that's all. And the bar won't generally need restocking in-flight. I'll usually reload the bottled water from the supply closet if I'm up, but that's all; the rest can wait until after landing.Or just making sure all is well and restocking the bar if need be?
I agree. The policy isn't to get up every 15 minutes, but to look back and verbally ask if everything's OK. That would still be irritating as hell, and I don't do it. I'll usually ask if everything's OK if they're up at the galley getting something, but not if they're busy doing something else (which is most of the time). Beyond that, I glance back and make sure they're doing OK. I can do that without disturbing them by yelling, "EVERYBODY OK BACK THERE???"It seems like they would get annoyed if I am back there every 15 minutes.
G200 seems to have a decent amount of space:Just curious about some of the aircraft. Which plane or planes have the most cockpit room? I am refering to the ones that you could possibly get as a newhire. Not counting how much each actually works.
Good lord. Some big eaters in that flight deck.G
The Citation X has less space for the longer 5-6 hour transcon flights:
All of the notifications came via email. It was approximately a five-six month wait before I received an interview slot with LAX listed as my first choice base. Best of luck to you.Greetings..Can anyone post how long it took to get a call from the time the app was mailed in? Thanks in advance
How are your dispatchers as far as keeping up with your flight and keeping you advised of bad weather?