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Air hostess

Air hostesses, commonly called flight attendants or stewardesses, tend to passengers on a flight. They review safety practices before the flight, bring passengers requested items such as pillows or earpieces, serve food and drinks, and ensure that passengers are comfortable throughout the flight. Air hostesses also conduct safety checks at various times during a flight, instruct passengers during a plane’s descent, and assist in the deplaning process after landing.

Air Hostess Duties and Responsibilities

Attend to Passenger Comfort and Safety

The main duty of an air hostess is to ensure the comfort and safety of a plane’s passengers. Air hostesses review emergency and safety procedures prior to take-off, which includes demonstrating the use of any equipment. They also fill passenger requests, serve food and beverages, and tend to sick passengers, if needed.

Assist Passengers in Deplaning

It is up to air hostesses to instruct and assist passengers throughout the descent and deplaning process. They ensure that passengers are safely in their seats as the plane descends and that all garbage and loose objects have been removed and secured. Once the plane has landed, air hostesses assist passengers in removing all carry-on luggage and direct them to the exits to depart the plane.

Conduct Pre- and Post-Flight Checks

Air hostesses typically complete a pre-flight check that includes testing and ensuring that all safety equipment is in working condition. Following the deplaning process, air hostesses conduct a post-flight check to make sure all passenger items have been removed and seats and trays are placed in proper positions. They might do some light cleaning of an airplane’s interior as part of their post-flight duties.

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