To many, the life of airline attendants sounds glamorous. They meet and serve interesting people and get overnight stays in locales like Maui or London.
But most people don’t think about one of the worst parts of the job — in-flight cleaning of those tightly-squeezed washrooms.
However, Vaughan Payne pondered the limited time and lack of proper tools available for the task while taking many flights, thanks to his leadership roles in the transportation industry. He decided to do something about this problem. READ FULL ARTICLE / PDF FORMAT
BY DAVID PARKER, CALGARY HERALD / ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED: SEP 20, 2018Full Press Release