The job of the business aviation flight attendant is one of myriad opportunities and challenges, from two days in Paris with a view of the Seine, to a day visiting the mud volcanoes of Azerbaijan, to serving meals and providing onboard tech support to eight intense executive travelers in tight quarters during 12-hr. nonstops. It may, or it may not, require FAA-mandated safety training, and the cabin service role might range from dog walker to the correct protocol for an Arabic coffee ...

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