7 Sep

Milda Rupšlaukytė

Milda RupslaukyteMy story is simple: I came to the selection of flight attendants organized by DOT LT. We did Initial Cabin Crew Training provided by BAA Training, after the first stages of the selection had been passed.

I am glad that I got a job first and after that successfully completed the course. I was impressed with the teaching, clarity, and specificity. The Initial Cabin Crew training course exceeded my expectations!

Now I work for DOT LT. Everything goes well. I have some plans to develop my career. In the future…

I never realized what it’s really like to be a flight attendant. First of all, I used to think that it was not such a difficult job. A big mistake… Being a flight attendant requires the ability to react and respond rapidly, strong communication skills, self-confidence, the ability to adapt easily to a rapidly changing environment, and willingness to work as a team. It hasn’t been a year yet since I started my job, but I have already learned to notice every detail, make quick decisions, and think critically. I have also visited a lot of countries in Europe! I have met a lot of wonderful people, who have become my good friends. I have gained a lot of experience…

I can definitely recommend becoming a part of a cabin crew! This job is for those who are not afraid of changes, see themselves in a multicultural environment, are determined and active. My advice: set your priorities of life before starting a career as a flight attendant! It can be difficult.

Greetings from the blue sky!