You are a flight attendant for an airline preparing for your first long-distance flight. At the moment, you are in the plane with your new colleagues, who will help you with this.
You start by going through a preflight safety briefing, which is specific to the flight course and mostly depends on whether you’ll fly over water. During the briefing, your colleagues check how well you’re prepared by asking some questions connected to possible emergency situations that may happen and how you’d handle them.
Afterwards, you help in cleaning and organizing any equipment located in the cabin, as well as making sure that all necessary items, such as food and beverages for passengers, are stocked.
Finally, once passengers board the plane, you make sure to assist them in finding their seats, as well as help disabled passengers and unaccompanied minors. At the same time, your colleagues help you pay attention to passengers’ behavior and make sure none of them is a threat to safety.
At the end of this training, you should feel prepared to board passengers on any flights.