30 Years at Virgin Atlantic | The Ugly Truth – Part 3

The Importance of Evidence The publication of my blog 30 Years at Virgin Atlantic the Ugly Truth was first announced on a Facebook group widely used by Virgin Atlantic cabin crew past and present. It attracted a huge amount of interest and the moderators didn’t feel it was appropropriate for the nature of the pageContinue reading “30 Years at Virgin Atlantic | The Ugly Truth – Part 3”

30 Years at Virgin Atlantic | The Ugly Truth – Part 2

Thank You from the Bottom of my Heart The response to the first part of my blog 30 Years at Virgin Atlantic the Ugly Truth has been truly overwhelming. In just a few hours it received more than 6000 views and messages of support poured in on the Facebook page where its publication was announced.Continue reading “30 Years at Virgin Atlantic | The Ugly Truth – Part 2”

30 Years at Virgin Atlantic | The Ugly Truth

Introduction Having spent most of my working life as cabin crew for Virgin Atlantic I was made redundant in 2020 following the outbreak of Covid-19. I was on long term sick at the time but knew when redundancies were announced my cards were marked. During my 30 years with Virgin Atlantic I never had aContinue reading “30 Years at Virgin Atlantic | The Ugly Truth”