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Flight Attendant Bloggers Launch Podcast offering insight into job

Two popular Flight Attendant bloggers have joined together to create a podcast offering an entertaining and enlightening look at their jobs and the lifestyle the job provides.

The Crew Lounge
The Crew Lounge
Jan. 2, 2010 - PRLog -- Phoenix, AZ -- Popular Flight Attendant bloggers: Sara Keagle, of TheFlyingPinto.com, and Bobby Laurie, of UpUpAndAGay.com, have partnered to create an informative and fun podcast. Titled, The Crew Lounge, the podcast offers listeners a unique look into the life and career of a Flight Attendant.

Taking the format of a talk show, Keagle and Laurie lead a panel of three additional Flight Attendants through a discussion surrounding getting hired as a Flight Attendant, training, flying, interactions with passengers and layovers.

Between each podcast Keagle and Laurie keep listeners updated on industry news via blogging on their website at http://www.upgrd.com/TheCrewLounge/ and through The Crew Lounge twitter account located at http://twitter.com/TheCrewLounge/

Blogger Sara Keagle has been an active Flight Attendant for 17 years, in addition to operating her award winning website, Keagle also writes a column for HipCompass Escapes Magazine.

Bobby Laurie has been an active Flight Attendant for 5 years, as well as holding various corporate positions within the airline industry. In addition to his blog, Laurie is also a freelance journalist for Examiner.com reporting on airline and airport news.

The Crew Lounge is being produced by UPGRD.com, whom also produces the UPGRD podcast for airline frequent flier program members.

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Last Updated:Jan 02, 2010
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