Spirit airlines flight attendant training
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2023.03.23 08:29 ABananaBandit What else can we be doing with our dog? What are we missing?
We adopted a 1 year old pit mix, Biscuit, in early 2019. He is almost a perfect dog. He’s warm, affectionate, tolerant of anything we do to him (can clean paws, teeth, etc with no problem). He has never shown any signs of aggression towards people. He has never shown any signs of aggression towards dogs, other than resource guarding of his food. With training and proper feeding practices, we haven’t seen any of this for years. He is a truly wonderful dog.
When we adopted him, he had a broken leg so we couldn’t walk him for a few months while it healed. I mention this because sometimes I worry we missed out on important training months in the beginning.
However, his one big flaw, is he is reactive. On walks he is massively improved from when we adopted him. But even with all the improvements, walking him is much too stressful.
Originally he was reactive to other dogs and bikes. We worked constantly on it and got him to a manageable place with both those triggers. But, now, it seems like he just redirected his reactivity to new things. For example, he was never reactive to cars and cars now set him off. Sometimes he will lunge at people walking or jogging by which he never used to do. It’s like a game of whack-a-mole: once we improve in one area, a new trigger pops up.
We train him twice a day outside, and have his entire life with us (other than when his leg was healing). He attends training classes. I just can’t believe that with all this training he isn’t better than he is! We work so hard and I am so frustrated.
We are active people but because of his behavior, we can’t take him hiking or running with us. I feel like he isn’t getting enough exercise but I am at a loss for what else to do.
One thing I am interested in is giving him a job to do. Do you think this would help? What types of jobs are out there (scent work, etc)?
Is there some other type of training we should do? Is this just as good as it gets and I should accept it?
All his training has been force-free (no prong collars or e collars).
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2023.03.23 08:23 Grapefruit4001 Itinerary check first time to Japan at 40
Itinerary check first time to Japan at 40
I've only done one overseas trip and they was 2017. I'm headed to Japan may 31-10 June..first time I'll be going solo and on a tight budget.
My plans to date are I'll land in Osaka (coming from Brisbane Australia) around 7pm train to Umeda station and stay budget hotel
Day 2-3 I plan on getting the Osaka amazing pass and doing a bunch of the activities included . Ferris wheel the sky building river boat shines and temples. Day 4 day trip to Nara - thinking I could just train there and look around or am I better to pay for a tour?
Day 5-7 stay in Kyoto
Day 9 I'll head to Tokyo as plan leaves from there to Perth Australia I'll like to keep cost down so am considering getting and overnight bus or a flight ???
Day 10 fly home
I'm looking at nearly all my accommodation being budget hotel around $80 / ¥ 7000 per night. Maybe stay in a first class capsule on Tokyo as it's the end of my trip. I think I'll have $150 aud a day or ¥13200 for everything in country .
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2023.03.23 08:08 New_Hawaialawan Conflicting literature on withdrawals
For those of you that experienced hallucinations, seizures or DTs, when did they emerge after your final drink? For those that experienced seizures or DTs, were there obvious other signs like shakes before they emerged?
I already know why the literature is conflicting-everyone's experiences/timeline for withdrawals are different. I just get so frustrated at times trying to estimate the time when more dangerous symptoms can set in. Also, I feel like the uncertainty simply leads me to continue drinking when I could probably simply stop.
I've been drinking daily since July 2022. Much of that time, it was 11-12 units daily, mostly at night. More recently, the amount had fluctuated between 8-20, depending on circumstances. Yesterday was bad, approximately 20. Afterwards, I slept and then didn't drink for approximately 12 hours. I dealt with sweat, anxiety and periodic hypnic jerks during sleep. Then I drank 8 more units during the morning....
My logic was that, according to literature online, if hallucinations occur, they'd most likely between 12-24 hours. To me, that would be an indication seizures or worse could occur later and I'd rather those symptoms appear during the day rather than night. Or early evening. A hospital is down the street and if an emergency occurs, it'd be significantly more challenging getting transportation going there in the middle of the night. In that situation, I'd have to walk there.
Am I overthinking all of this? Am I just scaring myself to the point that I just continue drinking? I know you all cannot give medical advice and, unfortunately, I'm unable to visit a doctor (I'm abroad for 2 more weeks. Another reason I need to get dry because the airline is a dry airline and I'm terrified of DTs or hallucinations on an international flight).
I am going on a short trip to a very remote tropical jungle with no hospitals in 4 days. I read DTs can last longer than that but wouldn't more severe symptoms emerge prior to that?
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2023.03.23 08:01 WingsWay5264 What is the importance of cabin crew training?
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For older commercial airlines, the flight attendant training program usually lasts from 5 to 7 weeks and is very rigorous. However, to properly train their staff, some Asian airlines extend this period to three months. You essentially hand over control of your life to the airline during training to learn more about their policies and the true purpose of the crew.
The exams have a pass rate of 95% or more, depending on the airline, because the criteria are very high. Long workdays, heavy workloads and stress are part of the training process. Some interns quit because they didn't get the grades or because they decided the job wasn't right for them.
Crews learn their aircraft type, safety features and typical operations at the training school. Students then receive in-depth theoretical and practical training in aviation safety and emergency procedures. Emergencies, both planned and unexpected, are taught and rehearsed over and over. Examples include depressurization (cabin depressurization) and emergency landings on water or land. These are critical situations that the crew must be able to handle quickly and instinctively. Wingsway Training institute is the best cabin crew institute
in Dubai, providing you with the best flight attendant training. Benefits of the Crew Course
• The fact that a flight attendant can travel the world and see every continent is reason enough to smile every morning and meticulously prepare for each trip. Every trip is different because you work and live with people from all over the world, whether they are your colleagues or passengers.
• Remember that while you get paid to travel, others may not have the same opportunity or, in other cases, may need more time to do so. Free accommodation and facilities are only available to those working for an airline in the Middle East. One or more of your employees may share accommodation with you.
• The remuneration you receive as a cabin crew exceeds the national average in some countries. Your bonus increases with each promotion, and in addition to tax-free sales, you also receive an annual bonus.
• Compared to other professions, working for an airline in the Middle East offers the opportunity for rapid growth and the satisfaction of knowing that your efforts have been appreciated. • Among many other benefits, holding this location will give you access to five-star hotels and restaurants and discounts at many retailers using specific coupons. WingsWay Training Academy
WingsWay is the best cabin crew training institute
. We offer a comprehensive crew training program. Being part of the crew of a major airline is exciting and challenging. This position requires extensive responsibility and expertise to ensure passenger safety and comfort in accordance with industry standards and travel to remote locations. For young professionals looking to stand out in their industry, the course introduces the skills and responsibilities expected by the world's top airlines.
- This is essential training for future crew customer service representatives.
- Upon completion of the course, you will acquire the following essential skills:
- Understand the history, duties and customs of the flight attendant profession.
- Identify the different types of aircraft and their respective crew responsibilities.
- Manage passenger relations in different cases. • Reminders of emergency and safety measures.
2023.03.23 07:58 Comfortable_Put5902 Kuwait Airways Alexandria Office
The Kuwait Airways Alexandria Office
location of Kuwait Airlines will offer a range of services including making and managing trip reservations, processing ticket sales, responding to customer questions and complaints, and helping with problems relating to travel like missing luggage or delayed flights. The office may also employ personnel to handle corporate accounts and partnerships, manage cargo operations, and sell the airline's services to potential consumers.
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2023.03.23 07:48 SuperChallengeCoins What Are Army Challenge Coins?
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If you have ever seen a soldier or veteran flip a coin and thought, “What is that?” then you have come to the right place. Army challenge coins are an important part of military culture and have a rich history.
We will explore what army challenge coins are, their significance, and how they are used in the military.
What Are Army Challenge Coins?
Challenge coins are metal coins that are given to members of the armed forces to commemorate a specific event or achievement. They are usually made of brass, copper, or other metals and can feature a branch insignia, a unit or squadron insignia, or even a special emblem.
Challenge coins often feature the colors of a branch of the military, and they are given to recognize service members’ achievements or services in a particular event.
The History Of Challenge Coins
Challenge coins have been around for centuries and are believed to have originated in ancient Rome. Legend has it that a soldier was rewarded with a special coin for his bravery in battle. He carried this coin with him at all times and, one day, he was captured by the enemy.
The soldier managed to escape, but with nothing but the clothes on his back. He made his way to a nearby village where he was mistaken for a spy. To prove his loyalty, he showed the coin to the villagers, and they recognized the symbol on the coin as belonging to their own army.
The soldier was released and returned home, where the coin became a symbol of his bravery and loyalty.
Fast forward to World War I, where challenge coins were used by American soldiers in Europe. The coins were given to soldiers as a way to commemorate their service and recognize their bravery. The tradition continued through World War II and became a common practice in the military.
How Challenge Coins Are Used In The Army?
Today, challenge coins are used in the military as a way to recognize and honor soldiers for their service, achievements, and contributions. The coins are typically given by commanding officers or senior leaders and can be awarded for a variety of reasons, including:
- Bravery in battle
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In addition to being awarded, challenge coins are also used as a way to build camaraderie and team spirit. Soldiers may carry their challenge coin with them at all times and may challenge other soldiers to produce their coin. If a soldier is unable to produce their coin, they must buy a round of drinks or perform some other agreed-upon task.
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Army challenge coins come in a variety of designs, sizes, and shapes. They may feature a particular unit, mission, or symbol that is significant to the military. Some coins may even have a special function, such as a bottle opener or a keychain.
Designing a challenge coin is a collaborative effort between the unit or organization and a challenge coin maker
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Collecting challenge coins has become a popular hobby among military members, veterans, and civilians. Many collectors display their coins in cases or shadow boxes and may trade coins with other collectors. Some collectors may even seek out rare or unusual coins, adding to the value and significance of their collection.
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Receiving a challenge coin is a great honor, and many soldiers will keep their coin with them for the rest of their lives. The coin serves as a reminder of their service and the sacrifices they made, as well as the friends and comrades they served alongside.
Army challenge coins are an important part of military culture and have a rich history. These coins represent a soldier’s service, commitment, and dedication to their unit and the country. They are a way for soldiers to show their pride and camaraderie with their fellow service members. Today, they continue to be a symbol of honor and respect for those who have served in the armed forces.
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2023.03.23 07:36 Distinct-Drama7372 India To Foreign Airlines: Go Away, We Don't Want Your International Flights - View from the Wing
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Dubai has already complained how limited access is given to it. Such article proves India is moving towards a right direction and can be a significant player in aviation space.
2023.03.23 07:32 alokseo091997 Steps for booking Delta Airlines Flight tickets online.
2023.03.23 07:31 earthquank Spirit airlines - bike bags
I need to travel with my MTB and I have an EVOC Pro bag, potentially looking at booking with Spirit in the US.
Anyone flown with them using a typical soft-sided EVOC / DAKINE / ALBEK style travel bag?
Their policy here
states: "For their protection, bicycles must be encased in cardboard or a hard-sided
bike container for travel"
What are my chances of getting knocked back at the airport if I bring along my non-cardboard, non-hard-sided EVOC bag?
Their customer support is totally useless...
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2023.03.23 07:29 lflcsonline Consider Professional Chauffeur Car Service To Dublin Airport
Are you a business executive or an international jet setter? Whatever the case, you are likely to spend more time traveling than you would like. Even under the best circumstances, traveling either for work or pleasure can be a stressful endeavor.
Having a first-class airline ticket and a luxurious hotel room waiting for you at the end of your long journey to Dublin, doesn’t mean you won’t experience jet lag or flight delays. Busy schedules and unfamiliar surroundings all add to stress that you could do without, leading to disrupted eating and sleeping schedules and much more.
Airport chauffeurs as part of the software technology they use will monitor your flight and adjust the pickup time accordingly. Whether your flight is delayed or even early, your chauffeur will have arrived in a timely manner so they are there waiting for you when your flight touches down.
Source - https://lflcs.wordpress.com/2022/11/28/consider-professional-chauffeur-car-service-to-dublin-airport/
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2023.03.23 07:28 meepmeepmeeppp Airline-protected transfers
Booking an international round trip flight, hopefully through Delta. Outbound is a Delta flight, return is Air France with a 1.5-hr layover at CDG. I’m concerned with the amount of time it might take for this connection and the possibility of missing a flight.
I know that Air France protects their flights so if you miss a connection, there is no fee in getting a new flight, however does this apply if I am booking through Delta Airlines (on their website)?
I’d like to think it’s not considered a separate booking, but my travel paranoia is kicking in and I can’t come to any decisions. TIA for any advice!
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2023.03.23 07:23 Glassmadee AA flight attendant
Is the pay worth it? And can you work more than the reserve hours?
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2023.03.23 07:22 Leovlish3re Vent maybe? Idk
Today was honestly awful. I'm sorry I don't really know how to structure rants like this so idk it'll probably be all over the place sorry.
I guess I should probably give some background info on my situation. My mom has been sick most of my life - her issues started after she got H1N1/Swine Flu in 2011. Ever since then she's had numerous health issues. She suffers from multiple autoimmune issues such as Sjogren's Syndrome, RA, and there's debate if she has Lupus.
Then in 2020 she was diagnosed with Breast Cancer, stage 2 I believe. The worst part? It was like maybe a day or two before the COVID lockdowns in the US. So we went from a normal life to everything shut down, online school, and a mom with cancer who has Chemotherapy.
Throughout her treatment since 2021 she's been in the ER several times. Probably 25 - 30 by now if I had to guess, and she's been admitted to the hospital a few times as well. Most recently was about 2 weeks.
To summarize the timeline of her treatment, March 2020 was diagnosis, October 2020 was surgery and then subsequently declared "No detectable cancer" (they didn't use cancer free because there was always the chance it was still there.)
So for over a year she didn't have cancer treatments (apart from a preventative chemo pill she took for a bit). Then in May 2022 the cancer came back in her lungs, so it was now stage 4. Then not long after that there were some cancer that appeared in her brain. So after a bunch of radiation (which by the way, due to her autoimmune issues, her body reacted horribly - her skin was literally red and flaky with blood).
Fast forward to a couple weeks ago. Mom's been asleep for days, and suddenly starts having mobility issues. She's taken to the ER where they find there's a tumor on her spine, and that she is partially paralyzed. She had more radiation and was admitted to the hospital for a bit.
She's in good spirits but it still hurts seeing her like this. Nothing that bad. She's been sick my whole life, so I'm used to it. But wait, there's more!
This is completely unrelated to the cancer situation, but me and mom are Ukrainian. (Mostly German and Ukrainian for both of us). We do not live in Ukraine, but I still have family over there. They could be dead for all I know.
When the war first broke up, I almost went there myself. I couldn't just watch from the sidelines as my people are slaughtered - I wanted to help with humanitarian efforts. But as a jobless teenager living in the central US, it would be impossible to get over there. I still sometimes want to go - if I somehow got a ticket to Poland I could take a train to say, Lviv, or something. If I die, I die helping people. At least the suffering would end.
Okay, so that's basically the background on my situation. But I hope that helps explain things a little. I also have issues with anxiety and may have a panic disorder.
In English, we have a group project. Again, anxiety issues so that just worsened how I'm feeling. And yesterday there was a group discussion on things like racism and sexism, among other topics. While I agree it's important to discuss things like these, I do not feel comfortable giving my honest opinion to strangers. But the worst part about that is you're graded based on basically your personalitly. You're expected to talk, reinforce other people's points, nod, "respectful non-verbal body language" and other shit like that. I feel like that's just setting up people like me to fail. But maybe I'm just overreacting.
So today I was already on edge and anxious. Then in my next class after that, an announcement on the innercom that there is a fire in the bathroom and that the fire alarm would be pulled. Again, I have horrible anxiety, so it activated my flight or fight response. I immediately ran outside before everyone else. Not just because of the fire, but I have extreme sensory issues.
I probably should've put this in the background info, but again, I'm terrible at structuring things. I'm on the autism spectrum, so things like crowds or loud noises are torture for me.
But basically, after I ran outside, I got separated from the rest of my class. So here I am, extremely rattled, with many people around me. Another teacher helped find my class, but honestly at that point the damage was already done emotionally.
I remember I laid down on the grass and just cried. I would've called mom or dad to pick me up, but because my phone has issues with data and internet, I couldn't call them. So I had to wait until we were cleared to go back inside to do that.
I remember while crying I was thinking I should just die. I was so pathetic I cry over a small fire. Well, it's not that I want to die, but living is hard.
And to add insult to injury, one of my friends was not doing great and was offline all day. Because of my anxiety, I get worried easily, so again, I was on edge the whole day. I remember when I eventually got home and showered, I cried in it because I was so worried. I stalked them on reddit too to see if they had made any posts. Although I just realized they do lurk here, so if you're reading this... hi Zero!
But this isn't that bad I suppose. Others have it way worse - maybe I'm just faking it.
Idk, vent over I guess? There was more I wanted to say but I forgor. Sorry for taking up your time.
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2023.03.23 07:15 Parking-Ad8101 Hatha Yoga TTC Goa India
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Hatha Yoga teacher or simply deepening your personal yoga practice, attending a Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Course (TTC) in Goa, India
may be an excellent option for you.
Goa is a popular destination for yoga students and teachers, offering a beautiful tropical climate, stunning beaches, and a vibrant yoga community. Many renowned yoga schools in Goa offer Hatha Yoga TTCs that focus on traditional Hatha Yoga practices, including asanas (physical postures), pranayama (breathing exercises), meditation, and philosophy. https://preview.redd.it/929zqxpxjfpa1.jpg?width=275&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=7b7b53a5c6e5b85755dfe9c53f0ba2fff1eefa3c
During a Hatha Yoga TTC in Goa, you can expect to learn about the history and philosophy of Hatha Yoga, as well as the proper alignment and modifications for a variety of asanas. You'll also dive deep into pranayama techniques, learning how to control and expand your breath for greater vitality and relaxation. In addition, you'll explore different meditation techniques and learn how to integrate them into your practice and teaching.
Hatha Yoga TTCs in Goa typically range from 200 to 500 hours, depending on the program and school. Most programs are intensive and immersive, lasting anywhere from four to eight weeks. You'll live and study alongside other dedicated yoga students and teachers, creating a supportive community that can help you deepen your practice and explore new levels of self-awareness.
Before enrolling in a Hatha Yoga TTC in Goa, be sure to research different programs and schools to find the one that best fits your needs and goals. Look for schools that are registered with the Yoga Alliance, as this ensures that they meet certain standards of quality and professionalism.
Overall, attending a Hatha Yoga TTC in Goa can be a life-changing experience that provides you with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to teach yoga and share its many benefits with others.
2023.03.23 07:12 skisbright Hybrid Program Students: Advice on living situation
Hello! I am graduating from undergrad this May, and I will be starting up with my hybrid DPT program in January 2024. I 100% plan on moving home during that six month gap after graduation and before the start of PT school in an effort to save some money.
That being said, I would love some advice on what to do next… I’m currently torn between moving out closer to my hybrid program’s location (TX) or staying with my parents for the duration of the program. A third option would be to move in with my long-term partner, who is a year below me in school and graduates in May 2024. He plans on attending dental school, so hypothetically I would move wherever he decides to attend school. But this would require relocating nearly halfway through my program (when I would be requesting clinical rotation sites) which I worry would add another level of stress.
I guess my question for hybrid students is would you recommend moving closer to your program’s site to avoid hefty flight/Airbnb costs, or tough it out and live with my parents for the next two years and save money that would go toward rent? Or should I stay put with my parents until my partner begins dental school? Would love some input on this.
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2023.03.23 07:10 stellarcyber The Great Leap Forward: The Stellar Cyber Product Update March 2023 Edition
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As the majority of the US gets set to “leap forward” this weekend, moving the clocks one hour ahead in the wee hours of Sunday morning, I thought now would be a good time to reflect on how we have been spending our time over here in Stellar Cyber
world since our last product update. For all those users, check out the release notes in the help section of the dashboard, where you can see all the new capabilities and improvements. Since you might be reading this while you enjoy a cup of coffee during your morning train commute, let me recap what you will see in our latest release, version 4.3.5. Integration Palooza
When it comes to integrations, we tend to add them in bunches, and 4.3.5 is no expectation. In this version, we added the following:
- Ten new connectors for API integrations (Google Cloud Audit Logging, VMWare Workspace ONE, Jamf Protect, Webroot, and Cato Networks, to name a few)
- EDR alert integrations for Cynet, Bitdefender, and Trellix (FireEye HX)
- 32 new parsers for log integrations
To talk in technical terms, we added a ton of new data integration points in 4.3.5. Check out the release notes for all the details. Crazy about Connectors
If you haven’t figured it out, we love connecting with new products; you might say it’s in our DNA. But just like making a new connection on LinkedIn or Facebook, that is only the beginning. Over time you want to get to know your connections, where they went to school, what they like and dislike, and what groups they belong to; you get the picture. So while our product integrations don’t leave exciting lives, you must get to know them. So to that end, we added a new per-connector details page that gives you better visibility into the configuration of the connection. You can run, but you cannot hide.
As in each new version, we’ve improved our threat detection
and machine learning
to combat new and evolving attacks. Our changes include introducing new alert types, integrating third-party alerts, and refining existing alert types, such as the impossible travel anomaly (one of my favorites). You can find the complete list of changes in the release notes. Is that a New Stellar Cyber Website and Logo?
Well, now that you mention it, we introduced a new (hopefully improved) www.stellarcyber.ai
website and logo. This new website aims to make finding the information you need easier to find and more tailored to your needs. You will also notice the addition of new knowledge we never published before, such as a whole new section dedicated to the great enablement, support, and success services we provide to all our customers free of charge. In addition, some other goodies will hit the website in the coming months, so keep an eye out. The Crew is Hitting the Road
The Stellar Cyber
crew will be hitting the road for RSAC and BlackHat in the next few months, so keep an eye out for our booth and drop by to see what we have up our sleeves.
Remember to move that clock forward, so you don’t miss your flight or tee time this weekend.
2023.03.23 07:08 Ok-Gap-2245 Do US Flight training hours count in any other country?
I am aware hours are hours and they count worldwide, I currently have 100 hours and no licenses (just a PPL written). I am looking to pursue my training in a different country and would like to know where the hours would count as I hope to be an airline pilot.
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2023.03.23 07:07 No-flightsbooking How to Change Your Name on United Airlines?
Why Would You Need to Change Your Name?
There are many reasons why you may need to change your name on a United Airlines reservation. Perhaps you recently got married or divorced, legally changed your name, or made a typo when booking your flight. Regardless of the reason, it's important to update your name on your United Airlines reservation to avoid any confusion or issues when traveling.
- Check the United Airlines Name Change Policy: Before you start the process, it's important to understand United Airlines' policy on name changes. Generally, United Airlines allows passengers to make name changes on a ticket if it is due to a legal name change or a mistake made during the booking process. However, there may be fees associated with the name change, and some fares may not be eligible for a name change.
- Gather the Required Documentation: To change your name on United Airlines, you will need to provide documentation that supports the name change. This may include a marriage certificate, divorce decree, or court order. Be sure to have a digital copy of the document available to upload during the name change process.
- Contact United Airlines Customer Service: To change your name on United Airlines, you will need to contact customer service directly. You can do this through their website, via phone, or by visiting a ticket counter at the airport. Explain your situation and provide the necessary documentation to support the name change.
- Pay any Fees: Depending on the reason for the name change and the fare type of your ticket, there may be fees associated with the name change. Be sure to review the fee structure with the United Airlines representative before proceeding with the name change.
- Verify Your New Name on Your Reservation: Once the name change has been processed, be sure to double-check that your new name is reflected on your United Airlines reservation. This will ensure that there are no issues when checking in for your flight or going through security at the airport.
Conclusion: In conclusion
, changing your name on United Airlines is a straightforward process as long as you have the required documentation and follow the airline's policy. By taking the time to update your name on your reservation, you can avoid any potential issues and enjoy a smooth and stress-free travel experience.
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2023.03.23 07:06 opelaceles Chinese tea ceremony - how best to invite Western relatives?
Hi all, I'm looking for input from those of you who've hosted a wedding tea ceremony (my FH is Chinese-Canadian, I am Caucasian) and invited non-Chinese guests. The wedding is happening in my hometown so I will be hosting at my parents' house, and given that I'm the tea aficionado of the household (I trained in chado while living in Japan) I'm taking care of the bulk of the planning. Seems like a no-brainer that my relatives should also be invited, but I don't want to put any pressure on them or have someone Google the ceremony to learn more and be worried that we're expecting lavish cash gifts, especially in the case of my dad's family, who I'm not as close to as my mom's side.
I was thinking to provide lai see at the venue - maybe my bridesmaids could welcome each guest inside and bring them to a table in a separate room with a guestbook, a stack of lai see, a basket of gold chocolate coins (in case they have already prepared a Western-style gift or card but don't want to feel awkward not giving a red envelope) and perhaps some nice cardstock in case they want to write a note to put inside the envelope in lieu of cash. That way my guests can enjoy attending without feeling like it's a cash grab. 😂 I know my FH is definitely hoping for a few gifts to offset the cost and I'm happy if we receive anything but I don't want it to be an expectation. Does this sound like a feasible plan? I'm not accidentally messing up anything that would make my future in-laws (setting aside the fact that my mom's hosting it, heh) gasp?
My second question is, how best to go about inviting my family members? My family is HUGE, and so I'm only asking my mom's siblings, their kids who live locally, and the 3-4 siblings of my dad whom I'm close to - my FH only has about 20 relatives attending so I don't want to overwhelm him. I'm thinking I'd like to include a separate card in my fam's invitations with the information. It will have to be more detailed than the invite my FH would have sent to his relatives, all of whom would have attended tea ceremonies in the past and know what to expect. I'm not sure how best to word it and how much info to give. I want them to know that they've been specially invited (since I can't have everyone!) and give an idea of dress code, how much time to expect them to stay, let them know I will have red envelopes, etc. But tactfully. 😂
Anyone out there who's done tea ceremony invites have some text they can share so that I can get some ideas? I would love to know how you worded yours, especially for non-Chinese relatives.
I'm really looking forward to this and hoping I can pull it off without being stressed over the money/obligation aspect!
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2023.03.23 07:04 lalalampp Need advice, and guidance, 3 year old and 5 month old
Please help! It just state how it works in your home! My 3 year old coslept until two, than moved to her room on a queen mattress where I would lay with her to sleep. Once second baby was born my husband would lay there with her and eventually just moved in as he’s up for work at 4 am and he would just end up passing out. Older one started daycare, and we were all sick for 3 months, so I’ve kept both kids in my bed. Now I want my now 3 year old (just turned 3 in Feb) back to her room as she wakes up our 5 month old all the time. We ve talked with her about being quiet, about not waking her up etc and it’s just not working, plus she’s just not safe to have in bed with us as she moves around a lot and swings her legs in sleep hitting us a couple of times. She no longer sleeps full nights with dad in her room, and most nights runs to my room, just now at 12 am she came in and was just yelling and crying (new fun update we are going through, she doesn’t talk about what she needs but just screams). She’s obviously woke up the baby, who’s now wanting to hang out, she’s yelling about going to lay under my arm while I was trying to rock baby to sleep. I know there is jealously going on, and she demands I be in bed when she’s in there but I just can’t as I need to attend to ebf 5 month old who’s a Velcro baby. I feel like I want my 3 year old out in her own room, without her dad there as it doesn’t seem ti make a difference. Yet I still want to be there for her and make her feel safe. I don’t think it’s fair that she keeps waking up the baby all the time, she’s never been sleep trained or left alone to sleep, someone always there to reward a book, cuddle etc but I feel like it’s time she gets more independent as I feel a lot of her actions are not genuinely because she what’s to cuddle/scared. She just yells to get what she wants and during day time it’s much easier to not give in. Basically going crazy here, please advice what you would do. Thank you -one exhausted mama
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