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Postby LADYRAIN@.@ » Sat, 29 Mar 2008 2:21 pm

queenie-me wrote:
LADYRAIN@.@ wrote:
Thank you for your advise!

Yes, home-base is always the best choice.
Its your home ground. Whatever happened,at anytime u need your family, they are just ard the corner.

But, in life... sometimes other issues comes in like for me for example- i am in no position to sit here and wait... for some personal reasons.
And being a cabin crew and living in other country are not new to me.
Home sick is a huge issue which I intent to share earlier here.

Rdgs.




I personally think it's your own opinion on regards about home sick.
But here's my opinion on home sick: I have my own sister, and including myself being alone for years [before] in other country. We do have home sick. BUT IT'S NOT EVEN A HUGE ISSUE FOR US. Cause we always believe that making this choice is our decision and by making this choice we are setting a brighter future for ourselves.

I have always believe that it's all in the mind.
I believe rinnuwatanabe could explain further on regards to this mind thingy. :wink:

And I am kind of confused.
You said earlier [before this post] that you cant give your life as a cabin crew yet, after that you said being a cabin crew and living in other country are not new to you.
So which is which?
You flew before, including living in other country and now you want to be a cabin crew in overseas based airline, then you are afraid of home sick?

I'm confused! :???:


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Postby rinnuwatanabe » Sat, 29 Mar 2008 10:56 pm

LADYRAIN@.@ wrote:
LADYRAIN@.@,


Thank you for your advise!

Yes, home-base is always the best choice.
Its your home ground. Whatever happened,at anytime u need your family, they are just ard the corner.

But, in life... sometimes other issues comes in like for me for example- i am in no position to sit here and wait... for some personal reasons.
And being a cabin crew and living in other country are not new to me.
Home sick is a huge issue which I intent to share earlier here.

Rdgs.


Eh hi... well can i ask you something? if you were to think this way, in the first place why you wanna become a Cabin Crew? no matter what airlines you choose, but u still have to travel... and im sure everyone here do have home sick... dont tell me you're one of extraordinary whom you think you cant avoid all this, why others can why you cant? if u wanna be a cabin crew you just have to face all this , so you talking about your personal life nw? for me wrk is wrk, personal life is personal what got to do with home sick? if u cant face it just dont be it.

anyway this my first time ever heard this and i was about to say "wtf" i dun get what you mean ... but when i read all over again i can see that this aint got nothin to do with this forum, i guess you got a wrong channel babe~ :wink:
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EK

Postby WING » Tue, 01 Apr 2008 9:04 pm

what to bring for the open hse on 12th?

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Postby queenie-me » Tue, 01 Apr 2008 10:19 pm

WING wrote:what to bring for the open hse on 12th?


BIKINIS.... :roll:

I think it's logic that you should bring your CVs and full length photo and passport size photos and your certs and yourself, dressed.

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Postby shi_hui3008 » Tue, 01 Apr 2008 10:59 pm

Hi ppl, :D

I'm new here and is very interested in being an air stewardess.
I read the previous post and know that Emirates is having an open interview. Is it only invited ppl are allowed or I can also go der and apply?

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Postby QuizC » Wed, 02 Apr 2008 12:26 am

Hi guy...
When is the application date for the new intake?
:)

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Postby valeberry » Wed, 02 Apr 2008 12:23 pm

shi_hui3008 wrote:Hi ppl, :D

I'm new here and is very interested in being an air stewardess.
I read the previous post and know that Emirates is having an open interview. Is it only invited ppl are allowed or I can also go der and apply?


Hello, Hope this helps.
Emirates Airline upcoming Open Day walk-in interview, jointly held by Sass Atlantic:

Date: 12th April 2008

Venue: Furama Riverfront Hotel

405, Havelock Road,

Singapore. 169633

Room: Jupiter 2 & 3 (Level 3)

Time: Walk in anytime from 9.00am-4pm

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Postby queenie-me » Wed, 02 Apr 2008 1:08 pm

shi_hui3008 wrote:Hi ppl, :D

I'm new here and is very interested in being an air stewardess.
I read the previous post and know that Emirates is having an open interview. Is it only invited ppl are allowed or I can also go der and apply?


I don't know.. When I keep explaining about open days and assessment days people just wouldn't read. .

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Postby shi_hui3008 » Thu, 03 Apr 2008 12:09 am

Sorrie, cos it was kinda complicating.

And thanks for the information =)

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Postby QuizC » Thu, 03 Apr 2008 9:23 pm

Hello, is Emirates Airline walk-in interview open for pulibc?
Thank! :)

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Postby yu_zhen » Thu, 03 Apr 2008 9:29 pm

its a Open Day walk-in interview so yes, anyone can walk in and try out.

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Postby queenie-me » Thu, 03 Apr 2008 10:47 pm

QuizC wrote:Hello, is Emirates Airline walk-in interview open for pulibc?
Thank! :)


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Postby k_ayee » Sat, 05 Apr 2008 1:07 am

do you think a sz16 1.68 girl would be accepted into emirates? 'cos i'm really interested in being a cc for emirates.. anyway, good luck to those who are going for the upcoming open day! :D

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Postby queenie-me » Sat, 05 Apr 2008 11:12 am

k_ayee wrote:do you think a sz16 1.68 girl would be accepted into emirates? 'cos i'm really interested in being a cc for emirates.. anyway, good luck to those who are going for the upcoming open day! :D


No one can answer that for you!Only you could answer it yourself.

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Postby k_ayee » Sat, 05 Apr 2008 5:48 pm

queenie-me wrote:
k_ayee wrote:do you think a sz16 1.68 girl would be accepted into emirates? 'cos i'm really interested in being a cc for emirates.. anyway, good luck to those who are going for the upcoming open day! :D


No one can answer that for you!Only you could answer it yourself.


well, i was just wondering like, have you guys seen any crew that's not <i>that</i> slim? I know there's not harm trying out once I'm 21, I'm just curious now! haha...


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