When Sandra started flying, she told her colleagues she wouldn’t be doing it for too long. After they laughed in her face, they were met with a resilient look. Little did they know that Sandra had a plan all along.
Aviation, as we stated previously, can be a lonely business. Behind these genuine, kind smiles are broken time schedules and difficulty sustaining relationships with regular people. People with normal hours and jobs live in a different world altogether.
As soon as Sandra grabbed her wings, she planned to grab someone else’s. She was prompt to charm her way into a young pilot’s heart. It didn’t take too long until they moved in together, married, and had children.
While this tendency is understandable, Sandra admits it wasn’t an innocent approach. She’s seen it happening numerous times over the years. Plus, both the status of being married to a pilot and the increased financial availability helped her narrow her search.
Her children attend the most excellent schools, and the couple lives in a lovely house in a fancy part of an undisclosed town – somewhere in Switzerland, we can tell you that much.
Pilots and air hostesses seem to be a match made in heaven. It’s not anyone’s place to say whether or not it feels like a cliché. Working together in such a demanding environment makes things easier. The same dialect, many of the same issues, and indeed, the same sky! Do pilots and air hostesses get together at destinations? It depends on how the flight goes.