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How to Fix the Airline Industry, According to Flight Attendants

Published On 10/20/2017
"There is a strong disconnect between what airlines offer and what the guest wants."
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"Your crew is NOT the high-level management. We only get paid when the plane is moving."
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Sex, Drugs, and EDM: Crazy Cruise Ship Secrets From the Onboard DJ

Published On 05/17/2018
F or many people, a big Caribbean cruise means a multi-day party on the open seas. Food, so much food. Cocktails, ditto. “Exotic” port-of-call excursions that amount to a booty call with a new country.
On the flip side, for crew members a cruise can be a grueling ordeal. Long, arduous hours on your feet, no access to land, and lots of cleaning up after passengers whose idea of a vacation is piling up empty buffet plates.
The odd bird out on your boat? Why, that would be the contract cruise DJ. He hovers in that limbo between crew and client, with orders only to keep the good times rolling. And if the DJ is seasoned and experienced enough after years of being onboard with different cruise operators, he can sail away with a lot of wild memories.
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