A flight attendant is the first person you’ll meet when you land in Singapore.
Her name is Anastasia.
She is working as a flight attendant on a private charter plane, a popular and popular thing in Singapore because of her age and she knows how to make the best of it.
She has a busy schedule.
She’s been flying for nearly a year now, and has been making $40,000 per year as a Flight Attendant.
“I’ve never worked in this industry, and I’ve been so fortunate to be able to be here,” she says.
She works on a daily basis, from 8am to 6pm, with a minimum of 20 hours of flight time a week.
“But I’ve had some pretty good days too,” she said.
I feel like I’m not alone, says Anastasia.
Her boss is on his way to the airport and wants to speak to her.
“I’m looking forward to getting on the plane and seeing my husband,” she smiles.
But her boss is not here.
Anastasia is the flight attendant who made it possible for her to see her husband on the flight to Hawaii.
The flight to the island of Oahu, a few days away from her home in Singapore, was not an easy one for her.
It was not until the last week of May that she finally got a chance to see him for the first time.
Anastasi’s flight from Singapore to Oahu was scheduled to take off from the Singapore Airlines (SA) terminal at the Singapore International Airport, about an hour and a half away from the airport.
The plane was supposed to land at about 3:30pm, but when the plane arrived at the airport at 6:30am on May 7, the captain of the plane told her he had to delay his flight to take the family to Hawaii, where she was staying.
“He said I had to go to Hawaii because the weather was bad,” she recalls.
“So I said ‘why are you so upset?
Why don’t you come home to Singapore?’
He said ‘I can’t go because it’s too cold, and my family needs me.
But when I got home, I found out the flight was delayed.””
So he said ‘OK, I’ll let you stay, I don’t want to be late’.
But when I got home, I found out the flight was delayed.”
The delay in her flight is not just a matter of her being late, she says it’s also because she was not supposed to arrive at her hotel in the hotel she was supposed the following morning.
She said that she and her husband had to wait a long time in line to get on the airport shuttle bus.
When the flight landed at about 6:00pm, the cabin crew told her that she could not take her luggage back to her hotel because they were expecting her.
“My husband was really upset,” she remembers.
She went to the police and reported the matter.
She was told to come to the hotel the next morning and collect her belongings.
“It was really difficult,” she recalled.
“It was so frustrating because my husband was the only one who knew the hotel and was supposed it, and the police did not care.”
The airline staff called Anastasis the next day and explained that the luggage she was carrying was not allowed to be returned to her home because it was still considered baggage.
Anasia did not have any bags at the time, but she did have a suitcase.
The police took her to the front desk to collect it, but it was not the right time.
She did not get any further answers from the airline.
The police did eventually call her back to the office to tell her what was happening, but by then she was already exhausted.
“When I arrived at my hotel, they asked me what I wanted to do.
I said that I wanted a cup of tea,” she explained.
It took the police several hours to get back to Anastascas, but the airline staff agreed to provide her with a cup to take to her parents.
At the airport, the police told her they would give her a cup if she did not come back.
“The flight attendant asked me if I wanted them to call me the next time I came back.
I was crying because I had no idea what was going on,” she remembered.
Eventually, she did come back to Singapore, but on her own.
She went to see the doctor, but that doctor told her she had not made enough time to visit her husband, as he had not been able to come back for more than a week and a day.
“They told me that I would be taken care of in the morning, and that I should get back home,” she told me.
I was just a scared little baby, she said,