I am wondering if anyone knows how I would go about getting a flight attendant job? Also what is the best airline to work for? Any info would be greatly appreciated! :)
In five days I have an interview for a flight attendant jobs, it is open to the public. I'm very nervous, I do want to get this job very much. I do read up a lot and prepare by myself. I do not know anyone in this field. I'm here for 7 years, US citizen, speak-write Hungarian, Romania, speak a little bit Italian. My English is ok. This job is one of my 18 years dream, after I saw an airplane movie with flight attendants, when I was 19. Any advice will be welcome! I appreciate your time on helping me out!
I really want to become a flight attendant. I live in San Francisco. I understand that flight attendant jobs are difficult to get. Any advice would be helpful. I have seen a few flight attendant job finders online that cost money. I am willing to pay if it gets me a job, but don't want to shell out money to a hoax, anyone know how useful these are?
I am looking for a flight attendant job, but I am not sure how to find one. I have met a couple of flight attendants that said that I would make a great flight attendant but have never really considered it till now. I have been ay my current job for three years and am looking for a change. Does anyone know any websites to go to, or if you are a flight attendant how did you get your job?
I'm a straight man and I'm applying for flight attendant job and i just see there are a lot of gay guys on that job.
If any straight men reading, i want to see your comments.
I'm 28 years old single can I still apply for a flight attendant job what are the requirements for this job?
I just read on this flight attendant site that they offer a 6 month flight attendant program...That is a long time! 2nd question: What do you think of the flight attendant sites that charge money for you to get more info regarding flight attendant jobs and industry? Thank you
I was wondering if there were any legit flight attendant job placement. I was just wondering how to get hired?
Hi, I'd like to know about the flight attendant jobs in australia.
Do they pay well? How often do you get to see your family and be back at home? Is it hard? What are the requirements to get into it?
I know a college degree is not required to to become a flight, but still yet I want to do it anyway. Flight attendant jobs are very competitive, or at least where I live they are. So what would better my chances of becoming one? Thanks so much!
I'm trying to apply for a flight attendant job and I want to know what kind of drug tests they do. What exactly do they test for and how?
I live without two hour driving distance of Buffalo, Rochester, and Toronto airports. About three hours driving distance from Cleveland airport.
Is it possible to be stationed in any of these areas for a flight attendant job though? I don't understand the concept of being "stationed". Is it only at the airport's headquarters or could it be any airport that serves the airline?
Just got a flight attendant job for delta and have to go to training, Does anyone know were most likely i will be based, I speak another language-Arabic, if that matters.
I'm 21 years of age,I'm currently in college, and I also have great customer service skills almost all the jobs I have had to do with Customer service such as working in retail as well. And also what are the chances of getting a flight attendant job?
Looking for a flight attendant job, anywhere in the world ...but mostly in India - Have any clue ?
Well, pretty much the question above, I am just going to finish my A levels soon, I live alone right now anyway, I was wonder if over the summer I could get some training and then start working and if it were possible to maintain a flight attendant job whilst I am studying at university. I obviously don't intend to fly international flights just, around Europe.
I have applied for a Flight Attendant job with Continental Airline, but was wondering what were my chances on getting hired since I have recently graduated high school. This is my dream job.
Hi. I'm 15, and I know for sure what I want to do when I'm old enough. :) I want to be a flight attendant. I know I will enjoy it. I'm only 5'2 however, so I'm limited in my airport choices lol. How do you like your flight attendant job? If you have one. :]
I am (possibly) going to flight attendant open house tomorrow. I have a letter of recommendation from a pilot I dated who works for the airline. He emailed 4 of the 5 recruiters that will be at the job fair about me.
I have NO college degree. My experience is limited to waiting tables (6 years) and being a nurses assistant (2 years). I do NOT speak any other language. I do meet all the basic requirements.
When I told I was debating not going, he got mad at me, saying he stuck his neck out for me and the least I could do is go.
BUT, I will miss a double shift at work for this. It is an all-day thing. And it is 1.5 hours away. That is a lot to risk for a long-shot. I just feel like the odds of me getting this are not good enough. I never asked him to do any of this for me. I am thankful that he did, but I feel like I cannot compete with people that have college. What do you think?
I am 26- years old.
I am applying for this flight attendant job, and my profile fits the qualifications. I just want to go prepared to the interview, so if you know what questions they might ask please share with me. Thanks in advance, and your help will be appreciated.