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Mary Hansen
Trained flight attendant, available for contract or full-time hire
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Certifications ~ Passport ~ Visa
  • CPR and AED Certified, American Heart Association
  • Certificate of Completion, Garnishing and Presentation, Certificate of Completion, Garnishing and Presentation, Silver Lining In-Flight Catering, including culinary skills, etiquette, and cultural protocol in an executive environment.
  • Certificate of Achievement, Successful Completion in Emergency Training as Corporate Flight Attendant, Beyond and Above, Fort Lauderdale, FL, rated as No. 1 corporate flight-attendant training provider.
  • Schengen visa (expires 2014), Brazilian visa (expires 2015) and US Passport.
Aircraft Experience
  • Falcon 50
  • Gulfstream II, III, and IV
  • Global Express
  • Premier 1
  • Hawker 800 and Hawker 4000
Mary Hansen
flight attendant
dedicated to
providing service
and ensuring safety
Flight Attendant Experience
Flight Attendant Experience

Part 91 Flight Attendant, Palm Beach Aviation, West Palm Beach, FL, July 2008 to April 2010
  • Ensured discretion, comfort, and above all, safety, while flying Part 91 flights domestically and to Europe, Asia, the Middle East, UK, and South America.
  • Significantly reduced catering costs by preparing well-received meals prior to flights.
  • Exceeded job functions and delighted owner and family by applying culinary skills to preparing meals at their residence during long-term trips.
  • Organized and executed amenities for special events, such as two-week golf tournament for 25 players; facilitated cocktail hours, scheduled nightly dinners at various restaurants, planned dinner and wine menus, set up a cigar station every evening, supplied requested toiletries, medicines, ran errands for participants, and entertained additional guests.
  • Maintained interior of three aircraft, including cleaning, stocking, and general upkeep, both in home airport and abroad, where resources were limited.
  • Built worldwide network of contacts (FBOs, caterers, driving services) to ensure smooth arrivals and departures and adapt to destination changes.
  • Stocked office locker, as well as planes, with up-to-date movies, magazines, favorite snacks, full bar, and more.
  • Collaborated effectively with crew members and staff to ensure passenger safety and comfort.
  • Adapted well to diverse cultures and languages.
  • Maintained professional appearance and exemplary performance.
  • Managed time and resources effectively.

Contract Flight Attendant, various firms, including Key Air, Oxford, CT, Sept. 2007 to July 2008

  • Flew both Part 135 charter flights and Part 91 flights.
  • Upon checking into FBO, obtained supplies, such as newspapers, ice, and catering.
  • Made pre-departure preparations, including ensuring cabin is in tip-top shape in appearance, and cleanliness for passengers.
  • Checked emergency equipment, such as fire extinguishers, life rafts, and life preservers.
  • Prepared and stowed catering.
  • As first on board, greeted passengers and assisted them with bags, coats, and other belongings.
  • At proper altitude mid-flight, prepared and served beverages and caterer-supplied food.
  • Ensured passengers' comfort throughout flight by providing pillows, blankets, and other needs, as well as adjusting cabin temperature.
  • Assisted passengers with de-planing and gathering their bags and other belongings.
  • Cleaned and organized cabin after passengers de-board and consistently throughout flights.
  • Promptly arrived at airplane and hotels en route.
  • Completed Airo Jet and Key Air in-doc training.
Flight Attendant, Jet Sales Inc. (Jim Watkins, chief pilot/CEO), Spring 2006
  • Performed effectively as flight attendant for two-week series of international Part 91 flights on privately owned Falcon 50 aircraft.