Thank you ryanstarr, I have mentioned this a few times not meaning any malice to anyone I might add.ryanstarr wrote:
You must mean out of the blue...blue moon means once in a long while, or seldom. Hope you did not speak like that at Management interview. Cause if you did...well, you draw your own conclusions. On board the aircraft, we have had SM Lee and also Coco Lee. So it is imperative that your spoken English is impeccable.
LOL! That's rather embarrassing to know that some people still thinks that Mr Lee Kwan Yew is still the SM in this small island of ours.Xof wrote:Just to update you guys. SM Lee is now MM Lee.
Since Singapore is a very small country, politicians can play a part in contributing to its economy, instead of using private planes. Besides, travelling in commercial planes could give them a chance to interact with non-political passengers.Carpe Diem wrote:I was once told that politicians in Singapore travel via regular airlines to avoid comments about their spending... I don't know how true this is, however I once went to Hanoi in the same aircraft (SQ) as Mr Goh Chok Tong while he was Prime Minister.
This is the norm for any airlines be it major or regional, Asian or European or American, etc.charkwayteow wrote:I wonder if they will ask questions like why do u wan to be a steward/dess?
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