Like all employees, flight attendants have a daily routine like all other people… away from planes. They go out with friends and family, enjoy relaxing evenings at home and engage in their hobbies when they are not on shift.
In this everyday life, flight attendants often post on social networks – densely uploading photos “without the uniform” of work as they say. They pose and take selfies saying they’re girls next door, but you might even meet them at 30,000 feet on a trip. There, of course, they will be on the job, observing the rules of their work. Which is not easy at all. Few, in fact, are the ones who know how much money does a flight attendant get? Or the fact that flight attendants are only paid during flights. So they don’t get paid, for example, when they stand at the door and welcome you on the plane. In fact Why is there always a flight attendant at the door greeting you when you walk in? Is it just for politeness reasons? Actually, there’s another reason this is happening.