I travelled to New York from London Heathrow Terminal 5 with British Airways in October 2016.
The cabin crew on flight BA113 were amazing.
The Captain came down from the cockpit mid flight to take me on a tour of the B777 and a cabin tour. I even got to sit in a First Class seat! Also I helped the crew deliver the second service in World Traveller and World Traveller Plus handing out cold breakfast items.
Once we arrived in the big Apple we drove to our hotel and had a snack in the bar.
I saw a lot of the sights such as Time Square, The Statue of Liberty and more also I did a lot of shopping.
On the 30th of April 2016 I visited Jet2.com at East Midlands Airport here is what I did.
10AM meet Jade Wagstaff duty manager
10:30AM go to ATC and meet the controllers
11AM Go behind the scenes in check in and see the office
1PM lunch in the crew room
1:30PM Aircraft visits and meeting and greeting passengers
3PM End of day
Thank you to Jet2.com's amazing team especially Jade Wagstaff
Here is my instructions on how to make your very own mock aircraft galley!
You will need
*A large box that opens
*Storage on wheels
*A large tray/ card board box
*Old food and drink packaging
*Old shampoo and old perfume bottles
*Toy coffee machine/ Kettle
1) Clear out the draws of a storage space
2) Take you food and drink packaging and place theses in the draws
3) Now take your large box that has a flap that can be used as a door and place this on top of your storage facility. Now add food boxes to make the box feel like and aircraft steam oven.
4)Then place your large tray or cardboard box and place this on top of the "oven". After fill this with spare drink bottles tea, hot chocolate or cups and sources.
5)Next take a storage solution on wheels and place your "Duty Free" in there.
For your duty free you can use old perfume bottles, shampoo bottles, bags and many more!
6) Add a toy coffee machine or kettle to finish the look.
You are now ready to serve passeng…