Air hostesses, commonly called flight attendants or stewardesses, tend to passengers on a flight. They review safety practises before the flight, bring passengers requested items such as pillows or earpieces, serve food and drinks, and ensure that passengers are comfortable throughout the flight. Air hostesses also conduct safety checks at various times during a flight, instruct passengers during a plane’s descent, and assist in the deplaning process after landing.
General duties include Pre-flight checks of all the instruments, engines, fuel and safety systems aboard the aircraft. Working with flight dispatchers to create the best flight path. Supervising the loading of cargo, baggage and fuel.