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  • A flight attendant's blog A Russian flight attendant's blog about the profession.
  • Aircrew Buzz.com An aviation news blog by B. N. Sullivan, featuring crew-centered news, with commentary about current events and issues of interest to the aviation community. Articles cover airlines, air cargo, and business aviation. The focus is on news and information of interest to those who fly for a living - both pilots and cabin crew.
  • Aircrew Health Health and safety information, health news, education, research, and many other topics. This site focuses on the needs and interests of the aviation community, and especially those who fly for a living.
  • AirlineCareer.com An on-line informational resource for individuals seeking a flight attendant career with a major US airline. Over 150 pages of info: minimum qualifications, pay scales, domiciles, airline fleets, resume templates.
  • Airline Career Prep This service helps aspiring flight attendants achieve their dream. They specialize in flight attendant interview training along with quality flight attendant resumes and cover letters.
  • AirlineCrew.Net The airline crew bulletin board. Very active site.
  • Airline CrewLinks Aviation links for airline pilots, flight attendants, dispatchers, and all other airline employees. Includes quick links to national weather service aviation / NOAA weather, forecast turbulence, flight tracker, major airlines sites, aerial photos, aviation art, all airline stock quotes & aviation news, plus search for last minute cheap flights and money saving nonrev travel deals on hotels, cruises, and car rentals. Find direct links to FAA regulations and forms, airline pilots association, airline pilot supplies, airplanes for sale, satellite photos, aircraft pictures, military jet aircraft photos.
  • Airline Dives Where airline flight staff connect and share their travel secrets.
  • Airline Inflight Resources A company dedicated to assisting prospective flight attendants in obtaining the edge in the competitive interview process. Learn how to make an airline-specific cover letter and resume, how to dress for the interview, communication skills, sample questions and more. Also, prepare for training by learning the FAA rules and other important safety information.
  • AirlineStaff.com A Website launched primarily for airline employees with airline vacancies, employment information, airline addresses, book club, chat room.
  • Allied Airline Services Preparation program for airline employment: flight attendants, ground crew and baggage handlers, ticketing and sales agents.
  • Always Looking Above In November 2009, a self-proclaimed "Archaeology Lifer" got hired as a flight attendant, and it changed her life. Now, Flygirl is working on her Private Pilot's License, while still operating as an FA.
  • Another Passport Stamp This blog is by an American living in London working as a flight attendant, and journals her personal travels and layovers in the quest for yet another passport stamp.
  • Association of Flight Attendants, AFL-CIO A labor union organized by flight attendants for flight attendants to negotiate better pay, benefits, working conditions, and work rules.
  • Aviation Office A business aviation job board, community and forum for pilots, flight attendants and others. VIP and Corporate Aviation. The website is dedicated to serve Pilots and Flight Attendants with daily current business aviation news, informations, contacts, tips and jobs.
  • Betty in the Sky with a Suitcase! With this podcast, you can travel the world with flight attendant Betty.
  • BoredFlightAttendant.com Created by an airline and corporate pilot to help crew find things to see and do on layovers.
  • Cabincrew.com A portal dedicated entirely to experienced and wannabe flight attendants and cabin crew. Featuring the latest airline news, forum, gossip, free email, jobs, training, and much more.
  • cabincrewdirect.com Dedicated to providing wannabe cabin crew and flight attendants with the knowledge required before commencing upon a career in the aviation industry.
  • Cabin Crew Fitness A personal trainer who teaches cabin crew / flight attendants how to stay in shape, lose weight, and boost energy levels while working in the hectic airline industry.
  • Cabin Crew Pix Designed by crew for crew to keep in touch and share photos from trips. You can log your travels and see where your friends are, and make new friends with other crew. Search photos by airline, destination, or flight number.
  • CabinManagers.Com A message board community for business flight attendants.
  • Continental Airs This blog is a Continental Airlines employee's view of his company.
  • Contract Flight Attendants A resource website for corporate flight attendants who are seeking information, training services offered by companies like Flight Safety, and updated news and articles related to the private jet charter world. You can also list your services.
  • Corporate F/A Dispatch This blog offers "News, Views, Stuff for Private Jet Flight Attendants."
  • The Corporate Flight Attendant Community Provides job information, tips, and leads as well industry related articles, message boards, and a chat room. A resource center for corporate flight attendants, for those who aspire to become one, and their supporters.
  • CrewCom For airline crews (and friends) with links, forums, news.
  • The Crew Lounge A weekly podcast for flight attendants and crew.
  • Crewmember Layover Hotspots A Blog where crewmembers can write about their favorite layover spots: good bars, hotel lounges, and points of interests around the country where corporate, airline, and fractional crewmembers frequent.
  • Crew Notes Note cards, note paper (with personalization) and passenger count forms for flight attendants and pilots.
  • CrewStart.com Web portal with a focus on airline crews.
  • Crewtag A funny website that plays on airline themes. Over 500 copyrighted designs and about 20 designs on the site every couple of months. They sell some great novelty gifts too.
  • Crewise A directory of crew recommended businesses: world guide with discounts and city links, hotel guide, more.
  • Cruising Altitude: Diary of a Flight Attendant This book explains what it is like to be a flight attendant in a unique and fun way. Lively stories through the eyes of a real flight attendant.
  • Diary of a (Fired) Flight Attendant "The Queen of Sky is a 6-foot-tall, 29-plus-one-year-old former flight attendant for Anonymous International Airlines (aka Delta Air Lines), living in Quirksville (aka Austin), Texas. She was fired from her job on Nov. 1, 2004 for posting 'inappropriate' pictures in uniform on her blog." [Superceeded by The Queen of Screen Blog.]
  • egonest A site for Continental Flight Attendants to socialize, network, share photos and videos, ask/answer questions, promote their hobbies and businesses, chat, view and post items for sale, and promote their businesses.
  • flightattendantcareer.com The 165 page flight attendant career guide, "The Essential Guide To Becoming A Flight Attendant" written by American Airlines flight attendant Kiki Ward will steer you through the process of becoming a professional flight attendant - from the application process, to the interview, to training. An indepth look at the career itself is also included. Specific airline interview overviews are available. The Website maintains up to the minute hiring information direct from the airlines.
  • Flight Attendant Facts Learn about life as a flight attendant working in today's airline industry, straight from flight attendants. The best and worst about the industry, becoming a flight attendant, training and career info, salary and benefits, working with pilots.
  • Flight attendant Lidian`s Website About life and work at Albanian Airlines, including pictures of the crew and fleet.
  • The Flight Attendant Life A blog about all things related to a flight attendant lifestyle.
  • The Flight Attendant Shop This online discount retailer offers flight crew merchandise specifically for flight attendants. Get luggage, ID tags, gifts, travel accessories, manual covers, and more. The site also has a forum.
  • Flight Attendants Asia.com A social network site where flight attendants from the Asia/Pacific region can meet, chat, form groups, and share photos and stuff with friends.
  • FlightAttendants.Org An international Website for flight attendants, retirees, and those interested in becomming flight attendants.
  • The Flight Attendants Complete Tax Guide A 30 page ebook laying out all the lucrative tax strategies for the flight attendant.
  • Flightcrew ZOO.com Flight attendant cartoons, airline cartoons, and pilot cartoons, all based on situations encountered in Chris Manno's 22+ years as a flightcrew member.
  • Flightstory.net - The International Aviation Story Database Pilots, flight attendants, crew members, ground staff, technical staff, ATC radio listeners, frequent flyers, or any flyer can post interesting aviation stories and ATC logs in this large aviation story database. It's free and no registration is required.
  • Flugbegleiter.net This airline crew community offers all kind of information for flight crew, cabin crew, and flight attendants, as well as frequent travelers and aviation buffs. In German.
  • Flycity - Your Source Of Information A German flight attendant site with pics, forum, chat (english speakers welcome), links. At the Flycity Online Store, you can purchase flycity apparel and merchandise: shirts, mugs, stickers, mouse pads, and more.
  • Flying with Healthy Solutions Focus on holistic nutrition outlines dedicated to focus on flight crew and optimal health. Website informs what to eat on the road!
  • Flying For a Living A blog about people who work in the civilian air transport industry. By a research psychologist whose work has focused exclusively on the health and well-being of people who fly for a living.
  • The Flying Pinto. A Flight Attendant Blog This flight attendant for a major U.S. Airline provides tips and helpful information for flyers, travelers, and other flight attendants.
  • GalleyFM.com This site has a variety of resources for cabin crew: news, special exclusive offers, cabin crew jobs, fun competitions, a crew forum, flight info/curency conversion/world times.
  • German Flight Attendant Homepage Lots of information on how to become a flight attendant. With a very active forum and chat.
  • Gofir.com (Global Operators Flight Information Resource) This site assists international flight crews (professional corporate pilots and flight attendants) in obtaining information for the purpose of planning an international flight. Contains more the 2500 pages with information about over 200 cities in 60 countries.
  • GOFIR Aviation Resumes Aviation resume database of corporate pilots, flight attendants, and others seeking full time or temporary aviation employment.
  • Hummingbird A blog by an environmentally-obsessed British cabin crew member (Charlie Moores) and his partner/girlfriend. The blog's aim is to look for/share/promote ways to make travelling for a job more "green."
  • Inflight Crew Connections Contract flight attendent services for corporate aviation.
  • Inflight Innovations Internet Instruction. 4 I's An online initial training program that can be accessed by Cabin Crew/Flight Attendant trainees at home using a personal computer and an Internet connection.
  • Inflight Safety Page A former flight attendant describes how to increase your awareness of inflight safety whenever you're on an aircraft. Introduction, pre-flight, fire/smoke, decompression, brace position, ditching, examples of incidents.
  • It Takes a Crew A TWA flight attendant shares views and opinions about the career, and offers others the opportunity to ask questions about becoming a flight attendant.
  • The Journal of a. Flight Attendant Follow along on the path to becomming a new flight attendant with this engaging blog.
  • Layover Advisor An online forum for posting layover ideas (restaurants, gyms, duty free, etc.), crash pads, swapping and trading, buddy passes, tickets, gear.
  • Living the Dream Julie dreams of working for an airline, and takes a persistent approach to achieving that goal.
  • Martha Stewardess - Living at 34,000 Feet Lots of interesting airline news and goings on. Martha is a "well seasoned Flight Attendant for a major US airline" who "works tirelessly maintaining a safe, stable, and secure environment while hosting hundreds of somewhat unstable, often insecure, and not-always-friendly passengers stuffed inside a metal tube hurling through space at over 500 mph."
  • My Vector With this online locator map, you can share your itinerary and contact details, find buddies around the world, and store your travel history. Ideal for frequent travelers like pilots, cabin crew, etc. to share itinerys. It tells you if your buddies are in the same location, and it's free.
  • My View From 30,000 Feet This "Reserve" Flight Attendant for an international airline blogs about her passengers, crew, and life in general.
  • My view from UP here. The adventures of a flight attendant who is grounded for two years while on military leave. Documented with lots of photographs.
  • New Flight Crew This site provides information about flight attendant jobs and flight attendant interviews. You'll find flight attendant articles, a forum, airline interview tips.
  • NonRev Exchange A resource site where airline employees can exchange travel tips and airline discount information, and participate in airline specific forums.
  • PamAnn.com A series of video parodies about flying and flight crews by a UK comedian who has been a Flight Attendant for 40 years. She actually did some TV ads for British Air and says, "I often feel as if I am transporting the entire Jerry Springer audience from A to B."
  • PassTrades A one stop shop for all airline employees who wish to list or trade airline passes, hotel stays, crew crash pads, or just share travel tips. Don't let that airline pass go unused, list it online.
  • Perfect Girl, a Novel in Progress This blog deals with a novel in the form of the memoir of a transgender woman, Sarah Radcliffe, who works as an airline flight attendant. The author states, "My goal is to capture the world, from the coworkers and the passengers to the destinations, through a transgender perspective, while revealing key events in the past, and the people, that have molded Sarah into who she is today." The blog also deals with transgender issues and information.
  • Pick Up My Trip Not all airlines allow crewmember-to-crewmember schedule changes where one crewmember offers some "incentive" to another. This website offers "a high degree of safety and anonymity to trip listing crewmembers, whether you are offering incentives or not." They say your identity is safe from any person or carrier you do not wish to share it with.
  • Pro-Diem, Inc. A pilot and flight attendant per diem calculation service. When your allowable meal and incidental expenses are greater than the per diem you were paid, this service will help you save money on your taxes by claiming the correct expense amount. Also, other resources for crew members including a free expense tracker.
  • Qantas Cabin Crew UK Home Page Flight Attendant job opportunities (open access) and a site for current Qantas cabin crew (restricted access).
  • The Queen of Screen Blog About the writing of the screenplay based on her book, Diary of a Dysfunctional Flight Attendant: The Queen of Sky Blog, which is in turn based on her career-ending blog.
  • Roadkill: Eating Across--and Above--America Aircrew food finds, from the RDU to PDX airports--and more! Pictures and videos.
  • Skychick Aviation humor and informative articles dealing with family and flying, training, and getting hired - from a flight attendant's point of view. Chat, boards and mail.
  • Sky High Careers Flight attendant job interview training: how to interview successfully, what to expect, and what qualities/qualifications airlines look for. They offer group seminar training which parallels an actual airline interview, and online training that covers the interview process, including the background airlines already want you to have.
  • Sky-Highs Beautiful long lasting compression hosiery designed for flight attendants and pilots. Flight socks, hosiery, and tights. Therapy for your legs.
  • Soapopular Just about every flight attendant is using a hand sanitizer of one kind or another. Here's an alcohol-free, fragrance free product that's been endorsed by leading healthcare industry executives. Order from Amazon.com.
  • Stewardess Style Unique note cards from original oil paintings created by Lynn Hancock as a tribute to the young women who fullfilled their dreams of travel and adventure while wearing their wings with pride.
  • Tiger Lounge For airline employees, past and present, from around the world: flight attendants, pilots, engineers, flight engineers, mechanics, reservations, office workers, in fact all airline workers are welcome. Forums, chat rooms, instant messaging, airline uniform photos, and much more.
  • Travel Adventures (Around the World in 80 Clicks) This purser with a major European airline records his trips with pictures and stories. Over 110 countries are represented with more than 6,000 pictures, and all can be traced on Google Earth. Take a look if you're an active cabin crew member wondering what to do somewhere.
  • Trust Me, I'm a Flight Attendant "One stewardess, many observations." Entertaining stories, commentary, opinions, and valuable traveler tips from an airline flight attandant.
  • UpUpAndAGay.com Learn what life is like for this flight attendant who blogs about his daily experiences.
  • WikiAir.com The airline crew encyclopedia that anyone can edit. The goal is to create an editable and free source of information for flight crews and business travelers worldwide. This web site can be a great resource where everyone can share their individual lists of things to see and do on the road.
  • Women In Suits For all lovers of air stewardesses and women in suits. (This site seems to be on the up-and-up, and I don't think it's sexist, but you decide.)
  • You F'Coffee Sir. This "laugh out loud" pro-cabin crew book has been written by two stewardesses (Liz and Julie) that have chosen to remain incognito to protect their jobs. They've got a blog and you can find them on MySpace.
  • AirlineCommuter.com A site where airline attendants and pilots can find roommates, crashpads, hotel sharing, carpools, jetway trades, non-rev passes, and a discussion forum. Registration required.
  • AirlineFriends.com A site where present and former airline employees can network and connect. Search for upcoming events, reunions, crash pads, and make new friends. Connect with your airline friends wherever you are in the world.
  • AviaTech Concepts Two airplane pilots with an aviation household in the Los Angeles, California (North Hollywood) area, that is themed for instruction and research, as well as accommodating to pilots and crew in airline and training programs. Renters in need of housing while flight-training (private through ATP+) or working in aviation can find either long-term or short-term (crashpad-style) accomodation.
  • Crashifieds | Crashpad Listings An online database of crashpads where members can upload, search, and view crashpads around the United States.
  • Crashpads.aero Find and list crashpads completely free.
  • Crashpads.com This database makes life easier for flight crews wishing to find a crash pad.
  • CrewCommute A crash pad site. Pilots, flight attendants and other flight crews can search for free, or list for a nominal fee. Add pictures to your listing, email listings to a friend, and keep a wait list for your place.
  • ExtendedStay America ExtendedStay America Phoenix Airport East Oak Street is offering a crash pad. Each unit has 5 queen beds with satellite television (premium channels), an equipped kitchen (full size refrigerator, two burner stove top, microwave and coffee maker). They also have an out door pool, fitness center, shuttle service, high speed wireless access, on-site laundry, and free local calls.
  • KC Crash Pad A four bedroom, 3 1/2 bathroom home on a wooded lot with a spacious deck in the back with a full gas grill. Amenities include WiFi, Premium Cable, Wii console with a wide variety of games, hot water, full size washer/dryer, full kitchen and comfortable living room/quiet areas.
  • Miami Airport Hotels Offering discount hotel rates in near the Miami Airport.
  • CouponCowgirl.com This social shopping and coupon website is owned and operated by an a airline flight attendant, and is designed to easily find the best coupon codes and discounts online. The Travel & Luggage Coupon page will be of interest to frequent travelers. CouponCowgirl's blog, CCG ShopTalk, provides information about popular products, celebrity favorites and trends, and product and gift recommendations.
  • The Crew Lines This is an advertising website to promote private businesses owned or operated by current, past, and retired airline employees.
  • Jet Line This airline flight attendant offers "a sexy, classy clothing line for flight attendants." She's got tank tops, long sleeves, and shorts that you can purchase online. She says her "clothing line expresses how we feel about our life and what we love to do."
  • Planewear The hub for Planewear Apparel designed with an aviation theme, Jumpseat Bags with vintage aircraft textiles, SkyBelts original airplane buckle belts made with authentic airplane buckles in 22 interchangeable colors, and Jetbelts that can be branded with your company logo. All by a former UAL flight attendant with a strong aviation bloodline: her father is a retired UAL Captain, one brother is a UAL pilot, and the other is a FedEx pilot.
  • Sassy Wings Boutique This flight attendant for a regional started this boutique to sell flight attendant shirts, travel accessories, jewelry and shirts.
  • Army Dating For military friends and singles from the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force, Royal Marines and the volunteer reserve forces. Email, chat, message board, and more.
  • Cabin Crew Dating Dating site for pilots, navigators, engineers, ground crew, and cabin crew. Meet, chat in the live chat room, and date.
  • CrewDating.com Offers an online dating service for air crew, cabin crew, ATC, pilots, and others in aviation. Searchable profiles, chatrooms, picture galleries, videouploads, audiofiles, instant messenger, blogs, events, and lots more.
  • LoveAt350.com An aviation singles connection: dating for singles, flight-crew, pilots, flight attendants, cabin crew and all others in aviation.
  • Military Dating.co.uk Military or civilian singles looking for military dating online can find a match with any of the thousands of military and civilian singles who have registered.
  • Uniform Dating Bringing together those in the armed forces, police, law enforcement, health, medical, ambulance, prison, corrections, pilots, aircrew, and fire fighters, for friendship, love and romance. Country-specific pages.
  • Uniform Dating for Forces and Army Personnel Singles can search others or set up a free Personal advert.
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6 Ideas to Strengthen Medicare

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En espanol | Medicare has made an enormous difference in the health and lives of older Americans, but, as with every big program, there's room for improvement. We asked experts for specifics. The suggestions listed below vary in cost and savings and are not universally supported. But all seek to make Medicare more patient-friendly and financially stable as it enters its sixth decade of service to the nation.

1. Notify everyone by mail about Medicare options as their 65th birthday approaches.

You're largely on your own figuring out the tangle of rules, rates and deadlines that govern Medicare enrollment. Pestering older friends, searching websites, you may get basic things wrong and do major harm to your finances, not to mention your health. "We believe that all Americans should get a letter several months before their 65th birthday giving them straightforward information on how and when to enroll in Medicare, and a special number to call to discuss their own situation," says Joe Baker, president of the Medicare Rights Center, a consumer group. At present, such letters go only to people who are already receiving Social Security benefits.

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2. Let latecomers get coverage right away.

If you're late signing up for Medicare, you may be hit with late penalties that permanently raise your premiums. A lesser-known penalty for lateness is that you can sign up only during an annual general enrollment period, Jan. 1 to March 31, and your coverage won't begin until July 1 of the same year. That can mean months with no insurance protection, potentially leading to a drained bank account or unattended illness. AARP is among advocacy groups arguing that this is financially unfair and detrimental to good health.

3. Let Medicare negotiate bulk discounts for Part D prescriptions.

The crucial job of negotiating bulk discounts lies with the multiple private drug plans that administer Part D. Medicare is banned by law from applying its larger market power. But Medicaid isn't and, according to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), its average drug prices are 27 to 38 percent lower. If those prices were adopted for the 11 million people who get low-income subsidies for Part D drugs, Medicare could save $123 billion over 10 years, the CBO estimates. AARP backs such a move. But PhRMA, the drug companies' trade group, notes that Part D plans are getting significant discounts already and drug costs are below projections. Moreover, PhRMA and other groups (including the CBO) warn that crimping the companies' revenues through bigger discounts could threaten funding for the costly research that creates new drugs. The Obama administration, meanwhile, is focusing on letting Medicare negotiate prices for high-cost new drugs. The outcome is unclear, says Juliette Cubanski, associate director of the Program on Medicare Policy at the Kaiser Family Foundation: Though there's bipartisan concern over prices, "there is not bipartisan agreement on a solution."

It's bad enough being hospitalized, but under Medicare rules you have to worry about what treatment status the staff assigns you. To qualify for reimbursed time at a skilled nursing facility after your hospital stay, you must be an "inpatient" for at least three days. If you're in the hospital "under observation," you could be stuck with thousands of dollars of uncovered nursing fees. AARP supports two related bills before Congress: One would require hospitals to explain to patients how their stay is being classified, and how that classification affects them. The other would allow "under observation" stays to count toward the three-day minimum inpatient stay.

5. Stop penalizing people who return from overseas retirement.

Nearly 375,000 people living abroad were receiving retirement benefits at the end of 2013, the Social Security Administration says. Consider the bind you're in if you're one of them, age 65 or older. If you sign up for Medicare, you'll get no treatment in return for your premiums, because Medicare doesn't cover services abroad. If you don't sign up, you'll probably face a penalty when you return home: a 10 percent lifelong markup for every year you delayed (though having had qualifying health insurance while working abroad is an exception). "The penalty for late enrollment is unreasonable and punitive," says the Paris-based Association of Americans Resident Overseas. Many expats would also like to see Medicare move toward covering treatment abroad, as the U.S. military's Tricare program does.

6. Remove or raise annual limits on coverage for rehabilitation therapies.

In 2015, traditional Medicare covers outpatient physical therapy and speech therapy only up to $1,940 per year for the two combined. Occupational therapy is capped at the same amount, which doesn't buy much. Patients can apply for exceptions if therapy is "medically necessary," but the process is cumbersome and raises administrative costs. Many consumer organizations, including AARP, have called for reform. Says the American Physical Therapy Association: "An arbitrary cap on outpatient therapy services without regard to clinical appropriateness of care discriminates against the most vulnerable Medicare beneficiaries."

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