A flight attendant who is about to take on the challenge of flying with an Alaska Airlines flight attendant show.
The Alaska Airlines Flight Attendant show is coming to the FourFourtwo app on October 10, 2018.
The show features a mix of travel advice, travel videos and live chat from the comfort of your seat.
If you’re new to FourFour two, here’s everything you need to know.
What to expect: The show will be in three segments, with the first set to air on Friday, October 10 at 8pm ET.
Each segment is available in full HD with captions and commentary from four professional flight attendants who are also pilots, flight attendants, flight controllers and flight attendants.
You can watch the first segment of the show live on FourFoursecond.com and then watch it again on Four4second.org for free.
Once you watch the second segment, you’ll be able to listen to the hosts’ responses to questions from viewers, plus listen to live commentary from the hosts as well.
The hosts will be joined by their flight attendants to answer questions about their experiences on the job.
Each of the flight attendants will also give tips on how to prepare for the show, including what to wear for the weather and what to pack in your flight bag.
Here’s a list of what you need in your luggage: A carry-on bag for the flight and a shoulder bag for your camera and other items.
A pocket knife and travel insurance card for any emergencies.
Some basic emergency items for your smartphone and tablet (phones and tablets are NOT included in the price of the app).
Camera gear and lenses.
Water bottles and sunscreen for your skin. Ear plugs for anyone with hearing loss.
An iPad or a smartphone for listening to podcasts and listening to your music.
And for anyone who has a medical condition, the flight attendant will be available to talk with you.
Flight attendants also have the option of giving their flight crew tips on what to look out for during the flight.
What’s it about?
The show features four professional female flight attendants as well as two flight attendants that are flying with Alaska Airlines, who are all professional flight attendant pilots.
One of the female flight instructors, Heather Mazzuca, has been flying for Alaska for over 10 years and has been working as a flight attendant for four years.
The other flight attendant, Krista Johnson, is currently working for Alaska Airlines.
“I love flying,” Johnson said.
“I have an amazing sense of humor.
When I fly, I always take a lot of pride in my job.
I have no time to think.
I’m really proud to be an Alaska flight attendant and I love doing it.”
What you need for the trip: The app offers flight planning, seat selection and other flight information that can help you decide what to bring to the flight, how long to stay in your seats and what kind of snacks and beverages you should bring.
You can also watch the hosts explain what to do during the show and listen to their reactions to questions and viewers.
Flight attendants and flight crew can be joined in-person or online.
There’s also an app called Flight Crew Live that lets you listen to in-flight audio from the cabin.
“If you want to see more of the pilots, they have been doing a show every month on the radio called Flight crew Live,” Johnson added.
“It’s great for people who are flying and just want to hear about what it’s like.
We will be filming the first episode and we will be bringing you the first one to share with you, so if you want more info on that, we will.”
You should also check out the show’s website: http://www.fourfourtwo.com/flight-attendant-show/