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  • Flight attendants or cabin crew (historically known as stewards/stewardesses or air hosts/hostesses) are members of an aircrew employed by airlines primarily to ensure the safety of passengers aboard commercial flights, on select business jet aircraft, and on some military aircraft.
  • A steward or stewardess on an aircraft
  • (flight attendant) A member of the crew (staff) of an airplane who is responsible for the comfort and safety of its passengers
  • (flight attendant) steward: an attendant on an airplane
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Executive Class Breakfast
Executive Class Breakfast
Ok.. I Flew back-to-back Air Canada & United Airlines premium service (AC -Executive Class (Business class, they have no First Class) and United's First Class.. all on Aeroplan points so don't think I have money raining down on me LOL.. I am fortunate though and grateful for the opportunity to have this experience. Just one note - I was one of only 2 people in J-Class on Air Canada while United's 767 First Class was jammed packed full. The routing was YUL-DIA -SFO-DIA-YUL. That being said here's my check list for the outbound portion: Pre Boarding AC: Of course let us in first. The AC gate attendant wasn't friendly, no smile & no personality. Nothing special for the people paying extra (ok not me LOL) UA: Friendly greeting, small red carpet for everyone (UA Wins) Cabin AC: Nice cooler colors, bluish white with teal and blue material with the Maple Leaf motif here and there. Larger over head bins than in economy. Fresh and Modern with everything in good shape. UA: Older creamier white walls and tope if not brownish coloured seats with no discernible pattern all in bad shape with some of the electronic buttons actually worn down. Larger over head bins than in economy also. Some signage was falling off the ceiling. Not impressive although I get the impression UA has a much higher First class turnover than Air Canada which explains it. (AC Wins hands done) Seats: AC (A319): 39" seat width with adjustable wide headrest. One wide deep pocket in front seat including a PTV (Entertainment unit) with USB Port for Ipod. Leg room excellent UA (763): 38" seat width with adjustable wide headrest but headrest was more uncomfortably lower. I felt the missing inch too. Two pockets in front seat. UA's seats were a bit softer. Leg room excellent (AC Wins) Flight Attendant's Greetings AC: I practically startled them when I arrived. They were nice however once geared up. UA: Were warm and friendly and waiting for us (UA Wins) Preflight service AC: I was offered newspapers & OJ UA: I was offered a hot towel to freshen up and some drinks. F/A's were more prepared and organized for this than on AC. (UA Wins) After Take Off - Meals AC: Breakfast - Two choices, Pan Cakes or an Ham & Cheese Omelet. The Omelet (photo above) was excellent. All in a real deep china plate. Fruit cup with fresh fruit in a plastic container (at this level you'd think they use a real dish not plastic). Nice hot roll with decent coffee and OJ with no pulp. No special ornament/flower or anything to distinguish it visually from an economy class meal UA: Lunch. Two Choices, Hot Turkey Panini sandwich plate or a Cold Salmon Salad. I chose the sandwich but the FA came to me asking if I'd be willing to switch because the last passenger couldn't eat fish and there were no turkey sandwiches left. I agreed and he gave me a full bottle of California white wine tot take home. Note, the F/A put a cloth napkin on my tray as a table cloth. AC did not. The Salmon was delicious, the salad part quite ordinary. No special ornament/flower or anything to distinguish it visually from an economy class meal (AC/UA Tie here - although hard to compare Breakfast with lunch.. if anything I'd give AC the edge on the food but the wine offering was quite special) After Dinner Experience AC: A bag of Almonds straight from economy except maybe a bit larger package. UA: Hot mixed nuts in a small bowl - I LOVED these... could have ate more.. (UA Wins hands down) In Flight Entertainment AC: Seat back video units (PTV's) & dispensed ear wrap ear phones - Surprise, it didn't work (again) so we had nothing. UA: Standard old fashion big screen projected images with over the head adjustable earphones tucked into the front seat pocket ready to use.. we all had to watch the same thing so no choice. (No winner here but at least UA's worked, Had AC's worked they would have won hands down) Exit:ing the aircraft AC: Fast and Easy. UA: the same (Tie) Overall conclusion - Air Canada had the nicer environment and more comfortable seats and technical amenities. UA had a slightly more professional customer approach to it's overall service. Food in both cases was much better than economy but in the end given the positives and negatives both were pretty much equally as good. I'm not sure what that says about United though considering they also have a Business Class. You'd think AC's Business Class should be a bit below United's First Class standard but if anything in many ways it was actually better. So from that perspective Air Canada really was the better value choice if that in fact means anything to anyone looking to travel at that level. As is often the case it came down to personnel and how they treated their paying customers and Air Canada as has been the case from my personal experience came out shorter of the two airlines. That also being said the big advantage to Business/First class wit
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camille
it was a tiring 2+ weeks being on the go and working. despite all the fun that i had on the side, the exhaustion really gets to you. although i was dreading the 20 hour flight home, i was focused on finding a way to make that time fly faster. the flight was packed, with many of my countrymen who have found well paying jobs in other countries, so i kind of expected it to be a pretty rowdy flight back home. and i cant blame them, cos these hard working men havent seen their families for years and now were on their way home. so getting the flight attendant's attention would be a pretty big problem for me, when my chosen remedy to fast forward the flight home were multiple gin tonics. it was when when everyone was settled and the flight was off the ground when things started turning for the better. i was chilling and going apeshit crazy on tetris when i was handed a warm towel, and that was when i saw camille. she was beautiful, no doubt about it. but she was very kind and accomodating. even after several consecutive orders of whatever it was i wanted from her, she came up to me with a smile. right then i found myself in a situation that i have always wanted to be in: meet a really nice person on the plane. and no, it was not because i wanted to hit on her or get her number (i was able to deduce early on, that she was "out of the game" because she had this huge ass diamond wedding ring). eventually when things calmed down and the lights were slightly dimmed, i walked back to the crew where i saw camille and some of the other flight attendants were resting. we chatted for awhile and i asked them all if i could take their portraits. they were surprised but happy to oblige. so i took them and i was content. it was always a challenge for me to go up to strangers to ask for their portraits, thats why this photo meant a lot to me. perhaps a stepping stone for possible projects for the future. but these people were great and some of the best "strangers" that were kind enough for a portrait to be taken. now, i know the the photos arent that focused, so ill have to pin the blame on those gin tonics. hehehe so, Camille, Lily and Thomas, cheers to you guys if you get to see this. you were wonderful, wonderful hosts. thank you! +2 in the comments!

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