For Rafael Bonucci, aviation came out as a surprise amidst his career as an interior designer. He said yes to a friend's invitation to a workshop and ended up falling in love with a whole new world. From then on, he's been juggling life on air and office life, and has even found a way to combine both occupations. Check out the complete story here.
Moelliny Souza is a LATAM's contributor and airport supervisor. While studying business in Fortaleza, in Brazil, she couldn't imagine how her background would help her be in charge of airport operations managing. Her job is to manage not only the people, passengers and contributors for whom she is responsible, but also digital media. A “backstage job” she describes here.
Can One Have a Work Routine In Aviation?
Cabin chief at 27, Arley Falcão has always liked aviation. And he has pursued the goal from early on: he has learned four languages, including sign language, has volunteered and gotten certificates of excellence in customer service. Still, there are always surprises, specially in this industry in which schedule is always changing due to flight timetables. In this post he tells all about keeping a work routine.
Women In Charge
When Leonor Fuschlocher was a kid, people used to say piloting was for men. That was a reality that made her follow a career as an engineer and graduate as a crew member before becoming a pilot. The same has happened with Catherine Guerra Trujillo when she became First Officer at LATAM. Nowadays, they're both examples of perseverance, and here they tell their stories.