May 7, 2014


Hello Tumblr!I missed you all.
I will be in Moscow in the coming months, I will be sure to write.

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Hello Tumblr!
I missed you all.

I will be in Moscow in the coming months, I will be sure to write.

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October 26, 2013


To my followers, 
Thank you so much for your photos! I love them and they make my day when I get them. From the US, UK, Indonesia,  Australia and beyond. Snapchat me on snap.beast and Kik me on kik.beast I look forward to it! 
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To my followers,
Thank you so much for your photos! I love them and they make my day when I get them. From the US, UK, Indonesia,  Australia and beyond. Snapchat me on snap.beast and Kik me on kik.beast I look forward to it!

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October 23, 2013


Science, freedom, beauty, adventure: what more could you ask of life? Aviation combined all the elements I loved. There was science in each curve of an airfoil, in each angle between strut and wire, in the gap of a spark plug or the color of the exhaust flame. There was freedom in the unlimited horizon, on the open fields where one landed. A pilot was surrounded by beauty of earth and sky. He brushed treetops with the birds, leapt valleys and rivers, explored the cloud canyons he had gazed at as a child. Adventure lay in each puff of wind.I began to feel that I lived on a higher plane than the skeptics of the ground; one that was richer because of its very association with the element of danger they dreaded, because it was freer of the earth to which they were bound. In flying, I tasted a wine of the gods of which they could know nothing. Who valued life more highly, the aviators who spent it on the art they loved, or these misers who doled it out like pennies through their antlike days? I decided that if I could fly for ten years before I was killed in a crash, it would be a worthwhile trade for an ordinary life time.— Charles A. Lindbergh, ‘The Spirit of St. Louis.’

Science, freedom, beauty, adventure: what more could you ask of life? Aviation combined all the elements I loved. There was science in each curve of an airfoil, in each angle between strut and wire, in the gap of a spark plug or the color of the exhaust flame. There was freedom in the unlimited horizon, on the open fields where one landed. A pilot was surrounded by beauty of earth and sky. He brushed treetops with the birds, leapt valleys and rivers, explored the cloud canyons he had gazed at as a child. Adventure lay in each puff of wind.I began to feel that I lived on a higher plane than the skeptics of the ground; one that was richer because of its very association with the element of danger they dreaded, because it was freer of the earth to which they were bound. In flying, I tasted a wine of the gods of which they could know nothing. Who valued life more highly, the aviators who spent it on the art they loved, or these misers who doled it out like pennies through their antlike days? I decided that if I could fly for ten years before I was killed in a crash, it would be a worthwhile trade for an ordinary life time.— Charles A. Lindbergh, ‘The Spirit of St. Louis.’

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October 20, 2013


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October 9, 2013


Confessions of a Flight Attendant turned 1 today!Happy Anniversary to my avgeek family! Thanks for being such amazing readers, I love your emails and questions and look forward to more.

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Confessions of a Flight Attendant turned 1 today!

Happy Anniversary to my avgeek family! Thanks for being such amazing readers, I love your emails and questions and look forward to more.

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September 30, 2013


I am a ticketing agent for an airline and plan to do something similar to what you are doing on this website. Has it been super difficult for you to remain anonymous??? Like you, my job would be on the line if I m discovered.
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Hi,

I definitely struggle with anonymity, often I am asked about my employer or things that would reveal too much which is hard because I love my readers and wish I could share everything with them but in the interest of my career aspirations and avoiding any trouble I have to remain anonymous. I find it hard when certain questions are asked to be able to answer them without giving too much away. I think staying anonymous is fantastic! I can tell you guys all sorts of stuff that otherwise would be off limits. 

Thanks for reading and I look forward to reading your blog as well, I am sure you have some great stories.  

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September 29, 2013


The one with the reindeer…

As we get closer and closer to the festive season I am always reminded of where in the world I have been in the past. One story I recall was last Christmas, despite wanting to be around my family and friends greatly I was assigned to spend it in the romantic and exquisite island of Mauritius. When I walked into the briefing room the crew seemed less than interested understandably as they were to be away from their loved ones on what was for many a special time of year.

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