India’s aviation industry is booming. With its glamour and adventure it attracts thousands of hopefuls. It’s not quite Bollywood but it’s probably the next best thing. Another 21,000 air stewards are expected to be trained over the next three years and one firm that’s going to play a large part in that is Frank Finn, India’s leading school for cabin crew. Pooja Dhingra is one of the hopefuls. She’s won a coveted place at the school but now she has to work hard to prove she is one of the best. Only one in five Frank Finn students will make the grade. We follow Pooja’s progress as she finds out what it’s really like to cope with difficult passengers.
Part of a 6 x 25-minute documentary series produced for the BBC. These films can be bought individually or as a series.