20 05, 2020

Find Your DFW Crew Property Match!

2020-05-21T14:41:32-05:00May 20th, 2020|News|0 Comments

For the last 7 years, we have made it our mission to provide a comfortable home away from home to our fellow crew members. We’ve had the opportunity to serve more than 1000 clients! We’ve managed properties to serve the airline community and managed both female, male, co-ed crashpads, as well as crew houses-- always adjusting to meet the changing demand, and to best serve our crew, whatever that means. We now serve our mission in a couple of new ways. We now serve as a crashpad match and verification service, where airline crew can apply, become verified and then [...]

9 01, 2020

How To Start A Crashpad: Top 9 Best Amazon Property Investments

2020-06-09T19:53:04-05:00January 9th, 2020|How to start a Crashpad, Tips|Comments Off on How To Start A Crashpad: Top 9 Best Amazon Property Investments

Serving Our Fellow Flight Crew Members Whether you are starting a crashpad or a rental property, or you already have one and are looking to improve, I promise that the next 10 items will enhance and improve your business, as well as your process. As a crashpad property manager who has tried many different things since our start back in 2012, I implement and use every one of these. I also happen to have an amazing team of inventors, creators, techies, and people who are constantly looking for ways to make things more convenient [...]

13 11, 2019

JotForm: Best Online Form Program for Real Estate Managers.

2020-06-09T19:18:56-05:00November 13th, 2019|How to start a Crashpad, Tips|Comments Off on JotForm: Best Online Form Program for Real Estate Managers.

JotForm is a wonderful tool and an excellent resource for all crashpad managers, whether you’re just setting up your crashpad or you have multiple airline crew properties and are seeking out a way to streamline and improve the entire process. JotForms covers it all and gets you the information you need when you need it. I have detailed below many reasons and ways that you can use JotForm. As I’ve written in other articles, I believe that crashpad managers can help each other and together can create a standard expectation for crashpads. I wrote this post to explain how we can use JotForm to help to [...]

25 09, 2019

Beginner’s Guide: How to Start and Manage Airline Crew Crashpads

2020-06-09T19:45:03-05:00September 25th, 2019|How to start a Crashpad, Tips|Comments Off on Beginner’s Guide: How to Start and Manage Airline Crew Crashpads

So You Want to Start a Crashpad? Six years ago I started my own crashpad business. When I first learned what crashpads were in the first place I wanted to research and learn all about the crashpad industry, but I was sorely disappointed to find how little information actually existed. There is a great lack of resources for managing airline crew crashpads -and there are too many unprofessional pads out there- so I’m happy to bring you this guide! This should point you in the right direction and provide the steps necessary to help you [...]

11 09, 2019

Frequently Asked Questions

2019-10-21T14:34:03-05:00September 11th, 2019|News|0 Comments

We are so glad you asked! We want to educate, enable and empower you to make the best decision for you! For this reason, we make a great effort to provide transparency, communication and an easy process that best serves our fellow crew. Please check out what previous clients say about us at the link below! A Commuter is defined as Flight Crew that have a permanent residence other than the crash pad and will stay at the crashpad for no more than 15 days per month. An example commuter would be a flight attendant based in [...]

10 07, 2019

Crashpad Corner, A Free Crashpad Network

2020-01-29T17:33:57-05:00July 10th, 2019|How to start a Crashpad, News|0 Comments

A new crash pad network has launched, and it’s FREE! Founded by tech-savvy airline crew, CrashPad Corner was created to address the need for a network of crashpads and flight crew. Unlike who served this need for years but who just recently began charging fees to use their site, Crashpad Corner promises that their services will always be free! […]

3 07, 2019

How to Picnic On The Go!

2023-10-18T18:07:56-05:00July 3rd, 2019|Tips|Comments Off on How to Picnic On The Go!

Everyone loves a picnic on a warm, summer day! But who loves to prepare all the fixings, wrap up all the goodies and lug those around until you get to your spot?! There's a new way to do this, a way that is travel-friendly and without all the prep hassle! With access to meal delivery services with the download of an app and the press of some buttons, picnicking is has been revolutionized in my world and has now become more convenient than ever! I'm excited to share this idea with you; All of us can benefit from spending some [...]

24 05, 2019

Airline Commuter’s Guide to DFW Transportation (plus money saving hacks)!

2019-05-24T21:40:33-05:00May 24th, 2019|News, Tips|0 Comments

It’s our pleasure to share our updated and informative guide to DFW transportation for commuter airline crew. I’ll even share a secret hack to help you save money and time! Whether you just received your new shiny wings or are new to the commuting lifestyle, we know that being prepared means everything when you’re first arriving at base! I remember when I first drove to the airport as a new hire arriving at base for Indoc! Because there are no location listings in Google Maps for any of the employee parking lots, I ended up in the costly South Remote [...]

25 04, 2019

Crashpad Agreement & Expectations

2020-01-29T17:35:16-05:00April 25th, 2019|How to start a Crashpad, News|0 Comments

Agreements can be complicated and daunting. We have found that in our 6 years of managing crashpads and crew houses that the more clearly we communicate our expectations, the better the experience for everyone involved. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve updated our contracts to include new rules that resulted from specific instances or to define and spell out what we had thought was obvious. It is certainly an ongoing process, but a very important one that is meant to protect both parties. In this post, I am going to elaborate on some [...]


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