Anastasia Babushkina Has Been Crowned Russia’s ‘Hottest Flight Attendant’

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We had no idea there was an official competition for ranking how aesthetically pleasing an air hostess is to the eye, but in Russia, apparently there is. And this is the girl who topped the list.

She’s called Anastasia Babushkina and she’s 23-years-old.

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She’s a trained economist but she told CEN that she wanted to do something a little more adventurous.

“I was trying to find a job that I would find interesting and rewarding during my third year at university but just could not find one.”

She then decided a career in the clouds was the path she wanted to follow.

We had no idea there was an official competition for ranking how aesthetically pleasing an air hostess is to the eye, but in Russia, apparently there is. And this is the girl who topped the list.

She’s called Anastasia Babushkina and she’s 23-years-old.

“I was trying to find a job that I would find interesting and rewarding during my third year at university but just could not find one.”

She then decided a career in the clouds was the path she wanted to follow.

Pic shows: Anastasia Babushkina. Beauty and brains have combined in a winning formula for Anastasia Babushkina as she celebrates being crowned the country's top flight attendant this week. An economist by training, Anastasia opted for a career in the clouds because she felt it would be more interesting. The 23-year-old said: "I was trying to find a job that I would find interesting and rewarding during my third year at university but just could not find one." Then she opted for sky-high adventure and has not looked back. Now she has triumphed over 26 other contestants in a competition that judged beauty as well as aptitude at the job. A native of the city of Nizhny Tagil in central Russia, she said she chose the job because of the limitless travel and the chance to meet new people. Anastasia specialises in the niche market of business aviation which involves smaller private jets with a lower number of passengers. She said: "Unlike mass aviation, a stewardess in my line of work has a lot more responsibilities." One of the most difficult aspects of her job is, surprisingly, obtaining  visas. The airline does not do it for her - she has to stand in line like everyone else. In the wake of the downing of a Russian jetliner in Egypt by Isis terrorists, Anastasia says she is not afraid to fly, adding: "I need to stay calm and professional, otherwise my nervousness will be transmitted to the passengers." (ends)

Even better, she’s now beaten 26 contestants in a competition that judged both beauty and ability to do the job.

She’s a native of the city of Nizhny Tagil in central Russia, and said she chose the job because of the limitless travel and the chance to meet new people.

However, you’re unlikely to meet her on your next budget flight to Alicante as she deals exclusively in luxurious private jets.qweqqq

“Unlike mass aviation, a stewardess in my line of work has a lot more responsibilities,” she said.

One of these responsibilities, strangely enough, is obtaining visas for all the different countries.

Pic shows: Anastasia Babushkina. Beauty and brains have combined in a winning formula for Anastasia Babushkina as she celebrates being crowned the country's top flight attendant this week. An economist by training, Anastasia opted for a career in the clouds because she felt it would be more interesting. The 23-year-old said: "I was trying to find a job that I would find interesting and rewarding during my third year at university but just could not find one." Then she opted for sky-high adventure and has not looked back. Now she has triumphed over 26 other contestants in a competition that judged beauty as well as aptitude at the job. A native of the city of Nizhny Tagil in central Russia, she said she chose the job because of the limitless travel and the chance to meet new people. Anastasia specialises in the niche market of business aviation which involves smaller private jets with a lower number of passengers. She said: "Unlike mass aviation, a stewardess in my line of work has a lot more responsibilities." One of the most difficult aspects of her job is, surprisingly, obtaining  visas. The airline does not do it for her - she has to stand in line like everyone else. In the wake of the downing of a Russian jetliner in Egypt by Isis terrorists, Anastasia says she is not afraid to fly, adding: "I need to stay calm and professional, otherwise my nervousness will be transmitted to the passengers." (ends)

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Whichever airline she’s flying with does not supply them for her so she has to wait in line like everyone else, not so luxurious.

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