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The best way to fly is free

by on March 30, 2008
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Here at wanderous we love a good deal, and that’s why we always try to be up to date on the latest seat sales. But recently I found out a way for you to fly for free. Now before you get all excited, there’s a catch. A pretty huge catch. A catch that, depending on your frame of mind or current situation may be too big of a catch to even consider. So here it is. Are you ready? The catch is to work for an airline.

*pauses for boos and rotten vegetables*

Ok ok so it’s not the greatest deal in the world, but hear me out. If you’re young-ish and want to travel and don’t have a lot of money to do it, bing employed by an airline is one of the ways to be able to travel on the cheap. I always wanted to be a pilot but my legally blind eyes shot that dream down in the 5th grade. Thing is, you don’t just have to be a pilot to work for an airline, or even a flight attendant. Apparently there are quite a few things you can do for an airline, and Philipine Airlines is offering you courses to learn these skills.

From March to April, these are the courses that they offer:

The Making of a Flight Attendant Workshop

March 31-April 16, 2008

April 8-23, 2008

May 15-31 2008

Airline Ground Staff (Airline customer service, ticketing, etc.)

March 31-April 18, 2008

April 14-May 2, 2008

May 12-31, 2008

Airline Ground Steward(ess)

April 24-May 16, 2008

Basic Intertational Ticketing Course

May5-30, 2008

Basic Cargo & Dangerous Goods Course

April14-25, 2008

I’ve also heard that they do training for private and commercial pilots, so that’s something you might want to look into as well. If you’re interested in any of these course or would like to know more about the PAL learning center, you can contact them at (02)526-9123 local 609/679/641/680 or email them at pallearen@pal.com.ph and look for Ryan(not me)/Paolo/Pinky/Annie.

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One Comment
  1. Leilani permalink

    Very funny.

    But interesting.

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