Cabin crew training
I think my flying career may be over before it's begun. When they asked me if I wanted to be trained as cabin crew for Thomson Airways, I thought it sounded like fun.
There's far more too it than serving cups of coffee and selling the duty free. Real crew have to know how to deal with everything from putting out a fire on board to calming nervous flyers.
And if you think that safety demonstration looks easy, watch what happens when I try it.
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The Thomson crew said there was hope for me yet, but given my John Sargeant-esque scores for some of the exercises, I think it'll be a while before I'm actually greeting passengers.
Rowan Bridge is a reporter for 5 live