Today we bring you a very interesting and special post… Does the name Ellen Church ring a bell? No? And what if we told you that she was the first stewardess or flight attendant in history?
You know that aviation works like a colossal mechanism in which each part is essential to operate efficiently, quickly and, above all, safely.
That is why today we are going back more than a century in time. We will find out how the job of flight attendant came about, who Ellen Church was and why it was she, and not someone else, who became the first cabin crew member in the history of aviation. Will you stay to find out?
- The birth of a new profession
- The Sky Girls, the first cabin crew in history
- How the job of Flight Attendant has changed
- Ellen Church’s legacy in the airline industry
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