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PSA Airlines
Arlington, VA, US, 22201
Posted 3 days ago

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PSA Airlines
OH, OH, US,
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PSA Airlines
Vandalia, OH, US, 45377
Posted 4 days ago

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PSA Airlines
Philadelphia, PA, US, 19107
Posted 4 days ago

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Air Wisconsin Airlines Corporation
Arcola, VA, US, 20107
Posted 1 week ago

Operating as a regional airline in the United States, Air Wisconsin Airlines per...

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Air Wisconsin Airlines Corporation
Chicago, IL, US, 60602
Posted 1 week ago

Operating as a regional airline in the United States, Air Wisconsin Airlines per...

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PSA Airlines
Charlotte, NC, US, 28201
Posted 2 weeks ago

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Omni Air International
Dallas, TX, US, 75201
Posted 2 weeks ago

Omni Air International is a private airline providing tailored passenger and gov...

Flight Attendant Trainee - Gulfport, MS (Gpt)

Sun Country Airlines
Gulfport, MS, US,
Posted 2 weeks ago

When you come onboard at Sun Country Airlines, you are joining an experienced te...

Flight Attendant G-550

Executive Jet Management, Inc.
San Jose, CA, US, 95111
Posted 3 weeks ago

Purpose of Position Executive Jet Management, a Berkshire Hathaway company, is ...

More about flight attendant jobs

Flight attendants or stewards' main job is to keep the airline passengers and crew safe. They also comfort the passengers throughout the journey and are often the first responder during emergencies. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), demand for flight attendants will increase by 30% between 2020 and 2030, well above the national average. Higher secondary and experience in the service industry are often the typical flight attendant requirements. The selected candidates receive on-the-job training from the employer. After completion of the training, the candidates must obtain a Certificate of Demonstrated Proficiency from the FAA. Once certified, they become eligible to work as flight attendants. According to BLS projections, flight attendant employment is projected to grow at 17% between 2020 and 2030.

Popular Flight Attendant Jobs and Responsibilities

Candidates with training and FAA certification can work in different capacities, such as air hostess/host, flight attendants, and similar roles. Some of the popular career opportunities are:

  • Flight Attendant: The primary role of a flight attendant is to help passengers and crews have a pleasant and safe journey. They must also follow FAA guidelines and maintain a high standard while performing their duties on board. The responsibilities include checking and ensuring safety procedures, making announcements, serving foods and drinks, assisting with stowing baggage, and responding to customer needs.
  • Inflight Instructor: Inflight instructors are competent and approachable resources for flight attendants, guaranteeing complete knowledge of training content and a thorough awareness of the employer's goals and objectives. They act as a training coach for flight attendants and help them through on-board check-rides and observation flights.

With demonstrated work experience, flight attendants can be promoted to senior positions. For example, senior flight attendants often supervise the work of other flight attendants on intercontinental flights. In addition, senior attendants may advance to management roles, where they will be in charge of various administrative tasks such as hiring, training, and scheduling.

Flight Attendant Jobs Salary

The annual average salary of a flight attendant is $59,050. While the air transportation workers earned the highest 10% ($81,100), the flight attendants made almost 40% more than the national average. Also, the average salary for different airlines vary. For instance, American Airlines pays around $43000, whereas Alaskan Airlines pay $53000 for the same. Secondly, the pay scale can vary depending on experience.

  • An entry-level Flight Attendant with less than one year of experience earns $20.26 per hour on average.
  • Those with 1-4 years of experience with an airline can make $22.33 per hour.
  • A mid-level flight attendant with 5-9 years of experience has an average hourly wage of $29.58.
  • Flight Attendants with ten to nineteen years of experience can expect to make an average of $38.69 an hour.
  • Additionally, senior flight attendants and flight instructors can earn between $29 to $38 per hour, depending on the seniority and position level.
Flight Attendant Jobs Educational Qualification and Skills

You must be 18+ years of age and with some experience in the service industry (preferable) to start a career as a flight attendant.

Educational Qualification

Applicants for flight attendant positions should have a high school education or its equivalent and one or two years of experience working in the service sector. The applicants who have completed some college coursework may be preferred by many airlines. Additionally, international airlines can require proficiency in one or two languages along with essential education.

FAA certification is also mandatory across different flight attendant job profiles.

Key Skills
  • Communication and interpersonal skills
  • Physical strength and stamina
  • Ability to handle pressure and excellent customer service
  • Decision-making skills for emergencies
Flight Attendant Interview Tips

A typical flight attendant hiring process consists of virtual group interviews, in-person interviews, 5-6 weeks of training, and ultimately selection. Here are some interview tips for flying through the entire process.

  • Must-have Skills: Hiring managers often select candidates with strong communication skills, interpersonal skills, time management, the ability to work in stressful environments, customer service, and other skills required by the employer. If you're new to the job market, consider working in the hospitality sector for one or two years to gain experience.
  • Be ready to answer common interview questions:
  • Why do you want to be a flight attendant?
  • Describe an instance when a client made excessive demands. How did you manage it?
  • Tell me, what do you know about our airlines?
  • How would you deal with a rude passenger?

Additional Tips: Ensure you speak concisely and politely. Keep a consistent tone and composure throughout the interview.

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