by Henry Sutton

This book will reveal another side to the cabin crew who serve you on your next flight, and shows that their lives are not as glamorous as you might imagine.


Becky thinks, I'm last again, surveying the empty galley while hauling her trolley through the curtain and over the bump, or the strip of rubber that lies between the ever sticky galley flooring and the dull, scuffed cabin carpet, which always catches crew out and now sends the glasses and bottles on her trolley top crashing into each other. Some of the girls, Becky has noticed, seem to be able to get their trolleys over it without so much as a jangle, but of course she's never learnt this particular knack. Once in the aisle, she manages to turn the thing around, keeping her head down - she hates letting the passengers see her struggling with a trolley and is already aware that she'll have alerted them to her incompetence and that they'll be staring at her, hoping she makes another mistake.

Read Extract

Books with similar rating


1. Select UK region:

Not in the UK?

Scotland Norther Ireland North East of England North West of England Yorkshire and the Humber Wales West Midlands East Midlands East of England London South West of England South East of England

Sign in


Whichbook Sign Up

Enter your email address to get started:

First name:
Last name:
Confirm password:


Email alerts are only available for registered users.