|Quoting LaPaige (Thread starter):|
Seeing as seniority seems to be very important amongst US carriers (for both flight and cabin crew), especially when bidding for trips and relocation, is it also included when choosing working positions onboard for cabin crew?
|Quoting rolypolyman (Reply 3):|
So which positions in a cabin are considered desirable, from the spectrum of single-class domestic all the way up to mixed-class international? I can see first-class being the obvious choice for an international flight, but maybe the tradeoff is having to supply a much higher level of service, frequent top-offs, frequent snacks and meals, etc.
|Quoting david21487 (Reply 4):|
Not only that but, you work very closely with the Purser who may or may not be a crazy person on a power-trip.
|Quoting FlyASAGuy2005 (Reply 5):|
I notice that the Pursers have wings that say as such. So do you bid to be a purser and when your the international lead your always a lead? I guess what I mean is, are Pursers pre-determained before the trip or do you pot on the tag if your the most senior on the flight? Kind of hard to word what I mean but I hope you get it.
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