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It felt great telling people that I worked for the world's premier charter airline. When people asked me who I worked for they immediately wanted to know how to apply! I was proud to be chosen out of over 200 other applicants. Being a flight attendant for Miami Air International was by my favorite job!

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It was a pleasure working for Miami Air International. I found the time I spent at the airline to be a very rewarding experience! I've learned that teamwork is essential and your fellow crew members are your greatest asset.

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They need to clean house in order to prosper.

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That was perhaps the most pleasurable part of my time there. I felt relaxed and composed the entire time.

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Build the morale. Select managers and directors based on ability to lead and the respect they have among their peers. Train these managers and directors in how to deal with people, and overall, how to manage. Set out a more transparent pay structure. Set out a more transparent and effective succession plan. Encourage upward mobility among staff. Stem the tide of high attrition.

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It is sporadic. Some trips can be like a walk in the park, while other, high end clients can be absolutely exhausting, but all is rewarding at the end of the day.

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If I were CEO I would start mandating management fly on the line. I would also require employees from the internal departments start flying the line quarterly to experience our commuting situation when we commercial to get to our planes.

I would also require more PA checks for flight attendants and pilots. Often employees stretch the dress code to the point that we can look disjointed as a crew. Not a great impression at times for a high-end carrier.

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