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 passengers!
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Saturday, 9 July 2016
British Airways- BA56- JNB to LHR
Here is the review of my British Airways flight from Johannesburg to London Heathrow!
Boarding the aircraft was very smooth as they called us up in rows.
When we boarded the aircraft the cabin crew on board were polite and helpful during boarding we were delayed on the way to JNB from Heathrow as the gangway got stuck to the aircraft!
The crew on board the flight made us feel welcome and comfortable throughout the flight.
However when the inflight dinner service came round they told me that my child's meal had not been catered for. The crew then searched all the aircraft cabins until they found me a child's me.
One of the crew that shined for me was Lauren.
She took me on a personal tour of the aircraft when on her break and made all of the young travellers feel happy.
When we landed Lauren was more than happy to have a photo with me a special memory that will remain.
A380-800 aircraft - 5 stars- A beautiful aircraft for the crew and passengers
The service- 5 stars- The crew delivered a high standard of service to all travel classes on board
Food and Beverages- The beverage selection was vast however the food options for the special meal I ordered was the same.
Thomas Cook Airlines- STN to PMI to STN
Here is my review of Thomas Cook Airlines.
When we checked in the waiting time for many people was 30-50 minutes.
Fortunately for me I was allowed to use the priority check in as I was attending my FAM flight.
Once we had checked in we passed through security this was at the most approximately 5 minutes.
After security I had enough time to look round the shops without rushing to the gate.
Once arriving at the gate we were taken to the aircraft by a ground staff member as the Cabin Manager Hollie Amor was waiting for me to outline the flight and the days layout.
The crew helped passengers to there seats and also assisted people who needed to swap seats.
up the trolleys for the on board service.
After that I helped at the front of the aircraft and talked to the Cabin Manager about her recruitment experience with the airline.
I then made the on board PA for Bingo Cards all the money went to the airlines charity!
Then it was time to land at PMI we then said goodbye to all the customers and the proceeded to turn the aircraft round.
We were flying on a Airbus A321 it was huge and I got to change the toilet paper and towels in the lavatories.
Then we did the same routine when we flew back to Stansted.
A great day all round.
Definitely my chosen career path.