A proud breast cancer survivor, ATL flight attendant publishes book about her 'turbulent' journey Endeavor Air flight attendant Erika Weathers was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2004, when she was in her early thirties. “You always think you’ll get cancer when you’re in your 60s,” recalled Erika, who is based in ATL. “I don’t … Continue reading Erika’s Journey with Breast Cancer
The Ripple Effect: Flight Attendant’s Passion for Helping Veterans Inspires an Ever-Growing Circle of Support
At 5:00 pm on May 23, the dining room at Detroit’s Emmanuel House was filled with sounds of laughter and conversation. Streamers and fiesta-themed decorations around the room signified that tonight’s dinner would be special, with a festive banner hanging on the wall announcing the event — “Chili Cook Off: You Be the Judge.”
From Culture to Customer Service, Inflight Training Builds Foundation for Success
Not only is Inflight Training where skills are built, safety drills practiced, and procedures memorized, it lays the groundwork for concepts like customer service, teamwork, and company culture. For the students as well as instructors, Inflight Training requires focus, perseverance, and stamina.
Flight Attendant Welcomes Son Home from Deployment, Thanking Endeavor Leadership for Support
Thanks to the support of Endeavor leadership, one Endeavor Flight Attendant and "Military Mom" welcomes her son home from deployment.
DTW Flight Attendant Spreads Message of Empowerment as ‘Rosie the Riveter’
The battle cry of Rosie inspired generations of women, including Debra Carver, a DTW-based Endeavor Flight Attendant
Different Paths, Similar Diagnoses Lead to Incredible Opportunity Aboard Breast Cancer Flight
Two Endeavor Flight Attendants -- and breast cancer survivors -- prepare for Delta's Breast Cancer One flight