Flight Attendant Training & Job

Flight Attendant Training Flight Attendant Training is critically important for those aspiring to a Flight Attendant career. Any individual aspiring that as a career has to deal with various obstacles to bag that cabin crew job. Being a Flight Attendant is a dream of a lifetime for many, but to achieve…

Flight Attendant Interview Questions

Practicing a few flight attendant interview questions with its answers can make you confident in those grueling and nerve-wracking airline interviews. Most interviewers will ask some similar basic questions. Prior to the interview you should already be thinking about the questions you might be asked and how you will respond…

Flight Attendant Interview Success Tips

Flight Attendant Interview Success Tips can help you in making that first impression which is always the best impression. You will be judged by ; the way you appear, your qualifications, previous experience, body language, manners, ability to absorb the information and interpret it intelligently and clearly. So take care…

Flight Attendant Job : How to Apply

“How to Apply for a Flight Attendant Job“, that is the question that comes to anyone aspiring for that glamorous job.  Days have changed, it is no more about filling out an application form found in a newspaper and mailing it to the airline.  Now the issue is much simpler, but the…

Flight Attendant Job Interview – Errors

When attending a flight attendant jobinterview, what are the proper responses to these questions? Tell me why I should select you. Why do you want to be a flight attendant? Why do you want to work for this airline? Answer: When you are put forth a question such as “Tell…

Flight Attendant Interview Practice

Flight Attendant interview skills are no different from general interview tackling skills. Like developing any skill, solid interviewing skills are developed through repetition and evaluation. The following practice techniques are effective and proven ways to prepare for your interviews. Live Session: By far, the best and the most economical way…

Flight Attendant Training – What to Expect

Flight Attendant Training – What to Expect Anxiety about new-hire flight attendant training is common once the euphoria of getting hired wears off. Don’t worry! You will be trained by professionals on everything you need to know. Once hired, candidates must undergo a period of formal training. The length of…

Flight Attendant Job Interview Process

Coming face to face with a prospective employer can be daunting. The more prepared you are the better your chances. Listed below are some helpful tips on how to have a successful interview. Prior to Interview Before you go to an interview you need to prepare. Do as much “homework”…

How to prepare a Flight Attendant Job Resume

A flight attendant job resume furnishes details for presenting yourself for a prospective job. It should summarize your skills, accomplishments, experiences and education. “A resume is just like life, you never get a second chance to make a first impression” There is no standard format for preparing your flight attendant…

Perks of Flight Attendant Job

Perks or benefits of a flight attendant job vary from airline to airline. However there are certain elements counted as benefits or perks of this glamorous job. Below given are the ten most appealing aspects of this profession. Enjoy a great deal of time off (13 to 17 days off…

Mystique of Flight Attendant

There is a mystique about the world of the flight attendant that has prevailed since the dawn of the first cabin attendants. This began in 1930, when Ellen Church became the first “stewardess”, for United Airlines, and women and men have been seeking this position with diligence ever since. The…

How to Crack Flight Attendant Interview

An invitation to attend a flight attendant interview is  in itself quite an achievement, since the airlines receive hundreds of application forms every year. Even though the application process and call for interview is only a minor part of the whole selection process and the actual flight attendant interview and selection process can be quite…

Grooming Training

Grooming training is an integral part of any Flight Attendant Training Grooming Standards COMPANY ISSUED UNIFORM GUIDELINES Uniforms must be cleaned and pressed before your show time and while away from your base. Shirts are to be worn tucked in (except for maternity shirts). Uniform items should not be used…

Work diary or Schedule of a Flight Attendant

A day on the job. For a flight attendant that could mean…a trip to Paris…or an emergency landing. It can be fun, an adventure, or both…but is it work? I’ve found that working for a major airline this past year has been one of the hardest jobs I have ever…

Flight Attendant Uniform images and Store

Flight Attendant Uniform is the cynosure of all eyes whenever you travel in an airline. Airlines compete amongst themselves to give the best of the uniform colorful in some cases and business like with some others. Some airlines even have a wide array of designer flight attendant uniforms which gives…

Flight Attendant Job with Smaller Airlines. Is it for You?

Most people who have the dream of flight attendant jobs only consider a position with a major airline. There are valid reasons for this – major airlines go to more destinations and more far away places, typically offering the highest pay and the largest benefit packages. There is also a…

Flight Attendant Job: Remuneration

Remuneration of a Flight Attendant during the year 1992 was in the range of about $13000 a year, according of the Association of Flight Attendants. $35000 a year was earned by Flight Attendants with 6 years of flying experience, while some senior Flight Attendants earn as much as $60,000 a…

Flight Attendant Job Perks & Privileges

Every day, aspiring flight attendants ask to describe some of the benefits of a flight attendant career. Outlined below are ten of the most appealing aspects of the profession. Enjoy a great deal of time off (8 to 10 days off per month; roughly 3 months off per year!). Get…

Open House Interview – What to Expect

We have received several e-mails requesting information on what to expect at various airline Open House Interviews for an air hostess job. Here we will discuss current practices at a typical Open House interview, although format may vary by airline. The Open House Interview (also called Open Interview Session or…

Flight Attendant Job – Overview

Flight Attendant Job demands the airline employee to be responsible for safety and personal comfort of passengers traveling with an airline they work for. Duties in a typical Flight Attendant job is regulated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), however the same may vary slightly from airline to airline depending…

What next after Graduating

Graduating from college? The sky is the limit Attention college seniors: I am the voice of your not-so-distant future. I was once where you are now, sweating and worrying about my future, forced to answer the never-ending question from family and friends: “What are you going to do when you…

Job of a Flight Attendant

Air cabin crew, also known as flight attendants, are primarily responsible for ensuring passenger safety during a flight. Prior to a flight, they receive a briefing on the flight and schedule, and check all cabin equipment, making sure the plane is carrying sufficient supplies. Before take-off they greet the passengers,…

Eligibility – Flight Attendant Job

Eligibility for Flight Attendant job is based on a written test, group discussion and personal interview with a panel of aviation experts. The aspirant must be holding a valid American Passport. The Flight Attendant Job aspirant must have a minimum height of 157.5 centimeters (differs amongst airlines). A Minimum arm…

Flight Attendant Interview Attire

Recently, it has been apparent that those who are attending flight attendant interviews are still confused as to how to dress in a manner that airline interviewers consider appropriate and professional. In an attempt to clear up the current confusion, I would like to offer some advice on how to…

Flight Attendants & Airline Industry

Significant Points Although flight crews—pilots and flight attendants—are the most visible occupations, the vast majority of the industry’s employees work in ground occupations. Senior pilots for major airlines are among the highest paid workers in the nation. A bachelor’s degree is increasingly required or preferred for most pilot and flight…

First Aid Training

Introduction Your duty as a Flight Attendant is to offer immediate and temporary care to a customer of an accident or sudden illness until professional care can be obtained. It is given in order to prevent death or further injury, to relieve pain, and to counteract shock. It may mean…

Emergency Handling procedures for Flight Attendants

EMERGENCY EXITS For references throughout this manual, the Captain’s side of the aircraft will be referred to as aircraft left and the First Officer’s side of the aircraft will be referred to as aircraft right. In addition, galley doors may be referred to as service doors. There are 8 emergency…

Flight Attendant Training curriculum by Airlines

Flight Attendant Training curriculum varies from airline to airline depending on the aircraft type flown by them and the sectors they are mostly flying. The Flight Attendant training curriculum also changes depending on whether they are flying domestic or international or both. Federal Aviation Administration has however laid down certain…

Cruise Level Procedures for Flight Attendants

INTRODUCTION Each day, the Flight Attendant faces the many challenges of crewing an environment that makes our customers feel welcome and comfortable during their flights, while maintaining a safe and secure atmosphere for their travel. Because Inflight Careers Flight Attendants are committed to our customers “comfort and safety,” he/she must…

CPR Training

General Information Normal Heart and Lung Anatomy and Function The heart, a muscle about the size of a clenched fist, is located in the center of the chest behind the breastbone (sternum) and in front of the spine. It has four valves that regulate the flow of blood through four…

Job Cover Letter

An intelligently crafted flight attendant job resume cover letter is just as important as a carefully written resume. Your cover letter is your one and only chance to make a positive first impression on a potential recruiter. Cover Letter Overview A flight attendant job resume cover letter should convince potential…

Boeing Aircraft Configuration

INTRODUCTION The Boeing 737 airplane is a two-engine aircraft designed primarily for short to medium range operation. The use of extremely effective “high-lift” devices on the wing trailing edges and leading edges provides an airplane which cruises at speeds comparable to other high-speed jet aircraft. The 737, therefore, operates with…

Airport City Code Training

Industry Codes/Abbreviations Due to the great volume of information used in the airline industry, all airlines have typed upon standard codes and formats for the transmission of airline information and messages. When passengers make their flight reservations, they provide information which enables us to better serve them. This includes items…

24 Hour Clock – Time conversion Training

Attention: You can find time zones for the United States in the white pages of your phone book. Most airlines use the 24-hour clock system when telling time. They use this system when assigning trip departures, check-in times and other forms of time designation. The 24-hour clock alleviates communication problems…

Customer Care Training

Customer Care training is an integral and vital part of any Flight Attendant Training program GENERAL INFORMATION INTRODUCTION The Airlines demand superior customer service. Our procedures are designed to be convenient and trouble free for our traveling public. It is important that all Flight Attendants become thoroughly familiar with the contents of…

Choosing the right jewellery

Jewellery like clothes can make or mar your appearance in any airline interview, an overkill can kill your chances of selection.  It is no use having a smart well-cut business suit if you will ruin it with unsuitable jewelry.  What makes a woman appear pleasing and draw attention to her is…

Beauty is not just Skin Deep – Reflection of Personality

Beauty is not skin deep, a real beauty has more attributes to her than the naked eye can see.  Attributes that combine to make a really beautiful individual a definite requirement for flight attendants are Awareness of others….aware of not just the exciting few but of everyone and liking all-or if…

Beauty questions you always wanted to ask

Here are Some Questions You Always Wanted to Ask 1. Why am I so hairy? Is there any permanent treatment forcuring this condition? Ans. Coarse facial hair is mostly the outcome of polycystic ovarian syndrome. It is a hormonal imbalance and besides coarse facial hair you are also a victim…

Beauty Care and Makeup tips and tricks

There are certain things that all men and women should take care of to maintain their beauty to remain forever a part of the airline industry, especially for a long flight attendant career. Never sleep with make upon.  Always clean your face with damp cotton wool and cleansing milk before…

Wrinkles – How to avoid them

Although all of us must age, we can slow down wrinkles and keep our skin smooth and young for a long time by giving it both meticulous care and attention from both within and outside.  Looking young is an essential part of the flight attendant career or to keep you in the aviation…

Airline Crash

An Air France A340 jetliner skidded off a runway while landing in Toronto. Remarkably, all 309 people onboard survived as the flight attendants and crew helped them evacuate the aircraft in less than two minutes. With this accident, we find it appropriate to discuss the safety of air travel, especially…

What are the Security Procedures for Flight Attendants

GENERAL SECURITY PROCEDURES Security Procedures and Policies have been established to provide a safe environment for our customers, flight crews, and airport employees. The following procedures and policies are issued in confidence and should not be discussed with persons other than crewmembers. It is the responsibility of all Airline employees…