i am not an air stewardess, but i think u really should learn trust your husband. even if someone answer your question i believe you would still be unsecure. well it also depends on diff girls .. my advice, support your husband and trust him~!!!!wildcherry wrote:hi
my husband has passed the final interview for the sia pilot cadet program but i'm very uneasy about him accepting the offer.
do the cabin crew and cock pit crew share the same hotel/accomodation?
- is it true that cabin crew used to stay at the same hotels but nowadays, cabin crew and cock pit crew stay at different hotels?
does the cabin crew mix around frequently with the cock pit crew?
is it true that it is common for air stewardesses to 'throw themselves' at the captains and 1st officers?
replies much appreciated.
Hi wildcherry,wildcherry wrote:hi all
thanks for all your input
actually, at 1st, i was all right with him being a pilot.
i even helped him for the interview preparations, and now i feel like i've stabbed myself in the back.
but my friend's an ex sia air stewardess, so she's seen 1st hand what we non crew people don't see.
she said of cos in cities and towns where there's lots of stuff to do, it's not as frequent but in places like maldives where there's nothing much to do, the crew starts to drink and 'have fun'.
she's seen a stewardess strip off her bottoms and climb onto a pilot just to tease him.
and other stuff.
of cos, i'm not just taking one person's words. i surfed around the web and read thru the blogs of crews. eg https://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogI ... 0372160800
of cos, it's not that he will definitely be unfaithful but a pilot's gonna face much more temptation than the usual employee and yes, even if i trust him and this is the time where i can 'test' his fidelity, if i can avoid, i would rather avoid than having to put him to the test.
it's just like the reality show temptation island - i would rather not participate than participate and see him put to the test
crew and ex-crew, pilots and wives of pilots, your input pls. tk u
While such things can and no doubt do happen having seen antics of not disimilar nature I think much of what you hear will be very much in the realms of fantasy. There will not be a great many who indulge in such behaviour, in fact if one was crass enough to assume most FA's were that inclined and behave in such a manner they are most likely get a slap in the 'chops' given the 'right' moment.wildcherry wrote:hi all
she's seen a stewardess strip off her bottoms and climb onto a pilot just to tease him.and other stuff.
My advice, take it or leave it, forget about him, that would appear to be the guy who used to post here with the sole intention of advertising his website. His website is nothing more than a collection of articles and events that have most likely come off the web although he never identifies source. However, I have found some instance's he refers to which definitely did not happen on any plane he was on.of cos, i'm not just taking one person's words. i surfed around the web and read thru the blogs of crews. eg https://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogI ... 0372160800
I am not sure there is much truth in this statement; they book on seperately, these days they are locked in the cockpit and are 'team players'. You may find their colleauges discourage inappropriate or irresponsible favour. Those pilots who happen to be lurking do come in and throw in your opinions - be nice to hear something from the 'horse's' mouth.pilot's gonna face much more temptation than the usual employee
I'll answer these questions here as it may be useful info for others.wildcherry wrote:hi again
or maybe i'll post the questions here:
1) Yes, he did tell me that for sia cargo, the flights are long-haul too,
hence i was thinking,
could he request for silkair instead of sia upfront at the point of offer?
one of my pilot cadet friends told me mgmt will try to place the married ones in silkair as well as they want to avoid those with potential marital problems to be on long haul flights for the safety of passangers.
2) He told me he'll still be 50% of the time in sg. Is that true?
3) will he be away from sg each time max 3 days or it could be up to 1 wk?
4) this sounds tough but whats the estimated ratio like between married pilots who cheat and married pilots who have been faithful?
frankly, although we've known each other since uni (abt 8 yrs), i wouldn't know what's he'll be like in this setting as people change and they put on different 'faces' in different situations/environments.
Moreover, he's from engineering so i've never had to go though a phase where he's surrounded by beautiful gals. in uni, his school mates were mostly guys. even if there were girls, they are just the intellectual type u see around engineering faculty. similar, he's been working in a male dominated software company since grad.
many ask me it really boils down to the type of person he is. frankly, i wdn't know what type of person he'll be in such a different 'setting'.
i do know however that humans are animals with animal instincts and men are polygamous by nature...
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