Air hostesses, commonly called flight attendants or stewardesses, tend to passengers on a flight. They review safety practices before the flight, bring passengers requested items such as pillows or earpieces, serve food and drinks, and ensure that passengers are comfortable throughout the flight.

Why Air Hostess?

Though airline industry is highly volatile, becoming a flight attendant for a major airline is the quickest way to see the world at no cost, except for the airport taxes when applicable. In the United States or any other large country, moving around could be very costly and being a flight attendant significantly reduce the cost of transportation since employees and family members (spouse, parents and children under 26) do not have to pay for the airfare if flying with the employer airlines and seat is available.