Aviation Industry Celebrates International Flight Attendant Day – May 31st

Every May 31st has been set outside to celebrate flight attendants/ the entire cabin crew Internationally for their maximum efforts and cooperation to making every flight a successful operation. In that regard Today May 31st of 2021 is International Flight Attendant Appreciation Day.

Just like its name, the International Flight Attendant Day’s meaning is as simple as celebrating the spirit and efforts of Flight Attendants.

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It is no big deal that the International Flight Attendant Day is celebrated in different parts of the globe with different names such as World Cabin Crew Appreciation Day. However, all of them stands to celebrate and honor their efforts and hard work.

The Flight Attendant Day celebration was first observed in 2015 in Canada, after a Canadian Union deemed it fit to honor and celebrate the spirit and hard work of Flight Attendants. Since then, the International Flight Attendant Day celebration has been hosted in different countries for several years now.  SEE ALSO https://aviglo.ng/flight-attendant-international/

Flight Attendants are known for being compassionate, caring have the ability to recognize the needs of the passengers.  especially in situations they turn nanny, nurses/doctors even go as far as posing like a mother for kids to be comfortable and enjoy their flights.

Flight attendants are known for one particular feature, that they offer to every of their passengers even in their lowest moment and that is “SMILEY FACE” .They also help the aged passengers stay calm, turn gist partners and always ready to give a listening ear.

According to Unitedafa.com report: “While our mastery of professionalism, courtesy and excellent customer service is visible to our passengers, our constant attention and preparedness to safety might be overlooked by the casual observer. First and foremost, we are Safety Professionals and, as such, are always ready to jump in during a crisis whether it be smoke in the cabin, a medical issue or a when addressing a cabin advisory.”

We urge you to take a moment on this special day of celebration and appreciate any Flight Attendant you know or may have come across.


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