Dating flight crew
Makes me slightly less available to telephone contact. Maybe you have been wondering if flight attendants are dateable, and what does the relationship world of a flight attendant look like? But I can tell you, quantity of people met, doesn’t equal quality.But, in my defense, I’ve been in LA for the past 14 days. The flight attendant life, in some regards, is also lonely. I think that’s how the dating culture is in general.I don’t know how this happens, but I can’t say I hate it. So, I’ll embrace my quirks, and continue to believe that somewhere in the world, there’s the guy that wants my high maintenance calibre. No one ever really knows if I’ll be in Spain on Monday, Los Angeles on Wednesday, and maybe New York on Friday.
Ironically, when I do enjoy Southern California sunshine, I gravitate to foreigners. Well, I can’t see myself giving up any of those three anytime soon, if ever. I am viewed as the girl that no one can keep up with, that I am sabotaging myself, and what man wants to attempt to date someone who resides in the same zip code only on occasion?
Our romance experts have put together a few handy suggestions to make dating a little easier when you’re juggling your role as a flight attendant with your search for love.
It is one that has the potential to be highly entertaining, as well as self-incriminating, but mostly self-incriminating. It’s scary for me to write about what is really happening, and honestly, I don’t know “How To Date A Flight Attendant”, I just know what it feels like to be young and single, and to have a job that allows me to meet people, on a regular basis, from all over the world.
This is how the beginning of a conversation started between a friend and colleague of mine.
Surprisingly, in this particular case, ultra-sensitive me wasn’t offended. This advice shared wasn’t about me needing to be more friendly with passengers, or a reminder to pick-up trash during flight, or “would you please help with closing overhead bins during and after boarding? Ask someone else, and you will probably receive completely different feedback.
I always have some place to go, but I don’t have someone to go to (Insert sad face here). My recent trip to Europe brought on numerous comments from friends saying, “OHHHH! Granted, I won’t trade your PB&J for my Gushers Candy, but while I have found adventure, you have found love (and this isn’t to say love is not an adventure. Fun as these rendezvous can be, the problem is that a fling rarely has the force, stand-alone, to ferry two people into the waters of a committed relationship, and conversely, often the physical proximity confuses the development of actual intimacy.