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The Do’s and Don’ts of Flying: A Flight Attendant’s Guide to Airline Travel Secrets

Steffanie Rivers

Pages: 52
ISBN: 978-145755-072-0
List Price: 9.99
Category: Nonfiction
Available: December 2016
Edition: Perfectbound

The Do’s and Don’ts of Flying! A Flight Attendant’s Guide to Airline Travel Secrets

Making vacation plans can seem like a dream come true, but that dream can turn into a nightmare when everything goes wrong at the airport and during a flight. Every day, more than 1.7 million people board a commercial airplane in the United States, and that number is only expected to rise.

A flight attendant with thousands of flights under her belt who’s been in the commercial aviation business for more than ten years has created a guide to help passengers navigate air travel with help from an unofficial poll of hundreds of her fellow flight attendants and experienced frequent flyers.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Flying! A Flight Attendant’s Guide to Airline Travel Secrets puts passengers at ease, providing information about essentials such as airport security, traveling light, what to wear on a plane, traveling with young children, and tips for getting to connecting flights. With help from this guidebook, passengers can get a better experience at 30,000 feet.

“Love it! Great for parents flying with small children.”

LaVerne Adekunle, frequent flyer

“A must-read for first-time flyers and business travelers.”

Crystal Royal, 20-year commercial airline flight attendant

Steffanie Rivers has more than a decade of experience working in the commercial airline industry as a baggage handler, in-flight administrator and flight attendant. Before changing careers, she spent more than twenty years as a journalist and public affairs professional, earning numerous awards. She also served as a professor in the Communications Department at Morgan State University in Baltimore.

As a video documentary producer, Steffanie has worked from the southeastern United States to Southeast Asia. While a Fulbright-Hayes Fellow, she studied the history and culture of the Vietnamese, and she reported on the release of the late (honorable) Nelson Mandela after his twenty- five-year prison sentence in South Africa. She was a star news reporter for a CBS affiliate in North Carolina and a newswriter at the Washington, DC, FOX affiliate covering White House functions. The freelancer became a partner in Women of Ruth Entertainment and Productions to produce events and video projects that empower traditional women and families. Her second book, Power Thieves, is expected to be published in 2017.

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