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    Red face Corporate Flight Attendant

    There is a advertisement on the newspaper as follow:

    ** A leading private jet operator seeks applications for the following position:
    "Corporate Flight Attendant (Singapore-based)" **

    I know what flight attendant is, but :
    1. what does "Corporate Flight Attendant" stand for
    2. What the differences between "flight attandant" & "Corporate Flight Attendant" ?

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    Re: Corporate Flight Attendant

    "Flight Attendant" used to be "Air hostess/steward". They are the people who work on board the airliners serving food and drinks. "Corporate" - Since it is a private operator, I am not sure what this means - apart from making the job look more important.

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    Re: Corporate Flight Attendant

    I think that it means the aiplane (or airplanes) are owned by the company, so you will only be serving on the company-owned airplanes - on the corporate jets. You would probably only be flying with very high-level members of the company who are entitled to use the corporate jet.


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    Re: Corporate Flight Attendant

    That certainly would make sense.

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