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Air Hostess Anjali Kasle Life Journey

Air Hostess Anjali Kasle Life Journey

Anjali Kasle is an Air Hostess & upcoming model, she has achieved alot inline to her dreams and ambitions. Flying high as an Air hostess is never easy, its a very respected profession desired by many. MyPencildotcom Interviewed Anjali kasle live , she shared her amibition, her efforts to achieve her career & her life ahead.

1. How did you manage to reach that height at this age?

  1. When you love something you take time for it, it is always a bliss.

2. You are a model, influencer, cabin crew, national sports player at the age of 21. This shows you are very ambitious. Tell us how you started?

  1. I was a tomboy in school, I always wanted to have a career in sports. I represented Mumbai in the National Ball Badminton championship, state swimmer and state long jump player as well. I was selected for handball international to represent India but I did not have a passport back then. I was confused on 10th if I should take arts, commerce or science. After school I was inspired by the vistara ad and I joined an institute for training, I joined an airline. I started modelling in 12th standard, that’s how I got into influencing as well. Now I’m working as a cabin crew for Airlines and I’m an influencer as well.

3. How tough is the competition and how do you stand out to get brands for promotion?

  1. I love to do my work and just by working properly you will stand out, and get noticed.

4. You are a sports player as well, which all sports you played and tell us about your journey to play as a national player?

  1. I used to play a lot of sportsI was a volleyball player, handball player, throwball player and very much into athletics, long jump and ball badminton. In 8th std  I represented our state for ball badminton. My college was in Dadar and it was very tiring to travel back and forth, so I just concentrated on my cabin crew and  influencing and sports was kind of left out.

5. Do you consider yourself as a part of the film industry some day?

  1. Actually I did get a lot of opportunities, but somewhere I felt that I wanted to be a supermodel and not an actress. I want to stick with modelling and I think that this is the best for me.

6. How are you so clear about your career?

  1. I was a commerce student, and after my school life I joined the institute and when I finally joined the airlines, I was surrounded with professionals. That brought a drastic change in me and that’s where I found myself.

7. Is there nepotism in the modelling industry?

  1. I think the audience is the reason for nepotism. They follow and encourage the star kids because they are known faces, people should follow the newcomers as well. You see Ananya Pandey is still in the learning phase but she is still earning as an influencer. So it becomes easy for them, if the audience follows the newcomers they will do well as well.

8. Where do you see yourself 10 years down the line?

  1. I want to join international airlines, like Qatar and Emirates. The pay is so much better and I just got eligible to apply. Because of the pandemic situation I can’t even interview. WHen there is a new fashion statement, people creve for abroad fashion, we don’t get those things in India. So I want to make those things in India and let everyone have access to them.

10. Tell us about your cabin crew experience, something that inspires all of us.

  1. When I was in JetAirways, I was surrounded with people who were older than me. They were all 5-10 years older than me and they taught me how to carry myself and be confident. So that’s the best for me.

11. Did something unusual happen to you during the flight?

  1. Once there was an alcoholic passenger, so we complained about that person and deported him, but while keeping the bags it fell on my head and I blacked out. 

12, Do you prefer to be photographed more in western or Indian outfits?

  1. I am very comfortable in western outfits and I like to be photographed in western.

13. What do you love about being a cabin crew?

  1. I love meeting new people, going to new places. We meet a new set of people everyday so that is very exciting and I love that.

14. Can you give us a message for mypencildotcom?

  1. Thank you so much for watching, this is my first interview and I will always remember this. 

Its a must watch interview for everyone who desire to achieve high in life.

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A flight attendant, also known as steward/stewardess or air host/air hostess, is a member of the aircrew aboard commercial flights, many business jets and some government aircraft. Collectively called cabin crew, flight attendants are primarily responsible for passenger safety and comfort.

Anjali Kasle talks about her inspiration when she saw a paper aero plane & decided to fly in a real aero plane as a responsible member of the flight. Anjali Kasle is also a model & quite active on her social sites. Watch this complete video to learn know her more in terms of her childhood, dreams, ambition & career .

The role of a flight attendant derives from that of similar positions on passenger ships or passenger trains, but it has more direct involvement with passengers because of the confined quarters on aircraft. Additionally, the job of a flight attendant revolves around safety to a much greater extent than those of similar staff on other forms of transportation.

Flight attendants on board a flight collectively form a cabin crew, as distinguished from pilots and engineers in the cockpit. The German Heinrich Kubis was the world’s first flight attendant, in 1912. Kubis first attended the passengers on board the DELAG Zeppelin LZ 10 Schwaben. He also attended to the famous LZ 129 Hindenburg and was on board when it burst into flames. He survived by jumping out a window when it neared the ground.

Responsibilities of Air Hostess :

Prior to each flight, flight attendants attend a safety briefing with the pilots and lead flight attendant. During this briefing, they go over safety and emergency checklists, the locations and amounts of emergency equipment and other features specific to that aircraft type. Boarding particulars are verified, such as special needs passengers, small children travelling as unaccompanied or VIPs.

Weather conditions are discussed including anticipated turbulence. Prior to each flight a safety check is conducted to ensure all equipment such as life-vests, torches (flash lights) and firefighting equipment are on board, in the right quantity, and in proper condition. Any unserviceable or missing items must be reported and rectified prior to take-off.

They must monitor the cabin for any unusual smells or situations. They assist with the loading of carry-on baggage, checking for weight, size and dangerous goods. They make sure those sitting in emergency exit rows are willing and able to assist in an evacuation and move those who are not willing or able out of the row into another seat.

They then must do a safety demonstration or monitor passengers as they watch a safety video. They then must “secure the cabin” ensuring tray tables are stowed, seats are in their upright positions, armrests down and carry-ons stowed correctly and seat belts are fastened prior to take-off. All the service between boarding and take-off is called Pre Take off Service.