Former West Suffolk College student travels globe promoting Fifa World Cup
PUBLISHED: 14:30 11 June 2018 | UPDATED: 14:30 11 June 2018
A former West Suffolk College student has been flying around the globe with the World Cup trophy to promote the tournament which starts this week.
Chloe-May Webb, from Bury St Edmunds, has travelled to Russia, Japan, China, Mongolia, Columbia, Chile, Minsk, Iceland, the Faroe Islands and the USA, accompanied by VIPs and top footballers both past and present.
The former college student, who previously studied travel and tourism, works as senior cabin crew for Titan Airways and has been busy promoting the World Cup since January.
The 22-year-old was back at college to inspire students on her old course and explain about her role.
“It’s not as glamorous as you think,” she said. “It’s really hard work but it’s a 100% worthwhile career. You can get loads out of it if you work hard. “You get to see the world and get paid for it. I don’t think I could do anything else.”
Jason Ling, travel an tourism lecturer, said: “When Chloe-May joined West Suffolk College she always wanted to have a career as cabin crew.
“We are all very proud of her and it is great to see her hard work has paid off and she is now enjoying her dream job of flying the world.”