Love Italy, romance and tales of flying? Then,’The Road Back to Tuscany,’ is definetly your next holiday read. PRESS RELEASE C.A. Kingsley’s New Book Highlights Romance at 38,000 Feet: Tales from a Flight Attendant Author’s experience in the Italian airline industry inspires story of the search for love. Taking place against the ancient backdrop of ...read more
bare feet in public places. How come, whenever I do a Cophenhagen flight, Danish passengers always seem to take their shoes off. But, not only their shoes, often you find them running around ‘sockless’ and using the toilet. - See more at: http://theroadbacktotuscanyblog.com/bare-feet-in-public-places/#sthash.OML5v9xh.dpuf
crazy passenger stories. Fancy a laugh. Then come and take a look at thse crazy quotes Italians have made at 38,000 ft. - See more at: http://theroadbacktotuscanyblog.com/crazy-passenger-stories/#sthash.bmh9Uubo.dpuf
Airport madness Now many people associate airports with the words; stress, queues, and hassle. Airports, however are truely facinating places; full of drama, excitement and packed with emotions. Whether you are checking in for a flight or waiting for a relative or friend at arrivals, just take a moment to do some people watching. - See more at: http://theroadbacktotuscanyblog.com/airport-madness/#sthash.ZEoQJZMU.dpuf
Praying on a plane. I heard a funny story yesterday, about a probationary air hostess called Jenny who was operating a flight to Male.(Maldives). At the briefing, the purser informed the crew that the return flight had a delegation of orthodox muslims. As the probationary crew was in charge of the catering, on uplift could she make sure that the caterers had provided 4 Persian carpets for business class and 50 plastic mats for economy.
Flying with a cold. Flying with a cold Have you ever tried flying when you feel blocked up and full of the sniffles. Most people develop ear pain when descending to land if they have a cold. It is caused by unequal pressures that develop on either side of the eardrum as the plane descends. Sucking sweets and gently blowing against a closed nose and mouth will help... - See more at: http://theroadbacktotuscanyblog.com/flying-with-a-cold/#sthash.hxZsaW0m.otqpmp0Q.dpuf
Flight deck humour. The life of a pilot looks glamorous to many, but many passengers don’t see what really goes on behind the scenes. As soon as the flight deck door is closed, those pilots may have an eleven hour day sat in the same seat in an enclosed environment next to their colleague. - See more at: http://theroadbacktotuscanyblog.com/flight-deck-humour/#sthash.f6RQpE6P.9ZUUS196.dpuf
Prosthetic arm. It was discovered that on the 12th February from an Air Safety report and an investigation of a flight landing into Belfast Airport Ireland, that the Captain’s artificial arm became detached and he lost control of the aircraft. - See more at: http://theroadbacktotuscanyblog.com/pilots-artificial-arm/#sthash.EUTRdjcT.dpuf