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Sunday, 18 September 2016

I don't want to be a part of it, New York, New York

Being a crew isn't as fun or safe anymore. You stop at places in the USA or Europe where terrorism abound. So far so good that none of our crew were hurt or killed as a result of terrorist acts. It happened in Paris, Brussels, London,Istanbul and just last night New York.
If it isn't terrorism, it is stroke, heart attack, cancer etc that beset our senior crew or ex crew. Flying is actually bad for the health in the long run. Flying and working through different time zones as well as sleep deprivation add to the problem. Just over the last two days, I have received news that a retired inflight supervisor and an ex-cabin crew executive who had flown for 30 years are now
seriously ill. The former had a stroke and the latter cancer. We hardly find our crew or retired crew living beyond 70 years.
The video below is from a crew who was in the New York last night when the bomb blast occurred.

video