You are fearless, bold, and living life as we ought to. Due to this, we develop attractive personalities that make us extra-interesting dates.
Because of the nature of our job, we are trained to deal with many extreme situations normal people don’t get to experience.
It is one that has the potential to be highly entertaining, as well as self-incriminating, but mostly self-incriminating. It’s scary for me to write about what is really happening, and honestly, I don’t know “How To Date A Flight Attendant”, I just know what it feels like to be young and single, and to have a job that allows me to meet people, on a regular basis, from all over the world.
Two posts ago, I gave my advice on dating flight attendants. I have appreciated the unexpected, hoped for the follow-up, cried the goodbyes, have disappointed, and been disappointed.
You can’t let us stay put in one place for too long any more.
All the travelling has made us used to moving around all the time.
With long working hours and little time to rest, one activity you can indulge in while dating is to relax in a spa. Who knows — after a nap the next conversation has the potential to lead to a blooming relationship. We might look calm even if we’re going through stressful times. If you love sparkling conversations we can chat you up about anything under the sun. You can count on us to carry on tête-à-tête even till the morning hours.
Flight attendants know the value of economy when packing a suitcase. Flight attendants are trained to be efficient, punctual, and organized—admirable qualities in a dating partner, especially if you’ve dated irresponsible, unreliable people in the past. Dinner conversation with a flight attendant is unlikely to be boring.
I smile when I think about each, and appreciate them for what they are.
Maybe one day I’ll write about the British guy, the adventure film entrepreneur, or the fighter pilot, but as of now, I am still building my transparently-honest writing muscle, which will possibly be strong enough about the time carpel tunnel sets in.
When the pilot texted me, "Do you want some of my ice cream?
" referring to his bodily fluids, I was grossed out. I'm 33, I'm from New York, and I've been a flight attendant for three years.