My flight attendant on the trip back to Stockholm Bromma had on jeans. I found it odd and interesting simultaneously. The boisterous guy in the seat across the aisle thought so too as he pointed it out to his buddies. He ended up flirting with her on and off throughout the hour flight. I think it was part of his boisterousness persona.
I think the jeans were a part of her flight attendant’s uniform. Sweden is ahead of the times on the dress-down trends of the world. Maybe little Kullaflyg (servicing Ängelholm, Visby, Mora and Bromma) is a global trendsetter.
Today was my business travel debut. For most of you that’s old hat, I know. But when you’re your own boss and your customer base is local, the closest you get to business travel is writing off business-related trips on your tax forms. Today was my first free ride.
The grand adventure brought me across Sweden to the northwest corner of Skåne, to Höganäs, home of Sweden’s traditional stoneware pottery (well, birthplace more like, today the pottery is owned by KostaBoda in Småland.) Skåne is one of my favorite regions of Sweden. It is Sweden’s “breadbasket” with rolling farmland and quaint farmhouses with a very long enveloping coastline. The great tease that this trip was, I didn’t see much of it.
- The metropolis I visited today
But I did very much enjoy having a flight attendant in jeans. More new trends Kullaflyg.