Are we supposed to tip flight attendants?

Tipping flight attendants is not the norm, partially because flight attendants are paid a living wage, unlike restaurant servers. Plus, many airlines ban the practice and flight attendants could get in trouble for accepting tips, if they're offered.

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Is alcohol free in first class?

Yes, international and domestic first class passengers have access to complimentary drinks such as wine, beer and spirits. Do American Airlines first class seats fully recline?

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Why aren t flight attendants tipped?

Sure, flight attendants will pour you a drink, but they are safety professionals first and foremost—not service staff. The average flight attendant makes $18 per flight hour, meaning tips aren't expected as part of their wages.

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Do you have to tip in first class?

What benefits do you get flying first class?

What to expect when flying first or business class

  • Priority check-in, security and boarding.
  • Premium seats, including more space and lie-flat beds.
  • Lounge access.
  • Complimentary alcoholic beverages and enhanced food options.
  • Amenity kits.
  • Dedicated overhead space for your carry-on luggage.
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Do flight attendants like getting gifts?

“You don't need to bring a gift, but a bag of peanut M&M's costs almost nothing. The flight attendants will remember you and be extra nice to you. I like to say we're cheap dates.” Of course, each airline is different, and there are rules flight attendants have to abide by when receiving gifts.

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What is the highest ranking flight attendant?

The chief purser (CP), also titled as in-flight service manager (ISM), flight service manager (FSM), customer service manager (CSM) or cabin service director (CSD) is the senior flight attendant in the chain of command of flight attendants.

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