Flight Attendant School
Next Class Starts March 25- Apply Now!
Launch your Career with our 10 Week Training Program
Flight attendants represent one of the largest job categories in the travel industry. United States airlines employ approximately 100,000 flight attendants and hire an additional 8,000 more each year, to renew an aging workforce. Students from 19 years old up their ‘60s can become flight attendants or work in many other travel careers. Our program provides you the knowledge and skills for a rewarding career that also lets you travel around the world!
As a flight attendant, your primary responsibility will be safety. Our students learn Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and airline safety procedures. These include everything from making emergency announcements to using emergency equipment and correctly stowing luggage.
Another, important skill set for all airline crew members is customer service. Travelers remember which airlines provided an excellent experience while travelling, and will return for future trips. Likewise, they will never forget an unsatisfactory experience with a flight attendant. Our hands-on training and role play scenarios will teach you how to provide excellent customer service in multiple scenarios. This combination of safety and customer service knowledge gives you the needed edge over your competition so you stand out to employers.
- Aircraft configurations
- Airline terminology
- US and International geography
- Daylight Savings | 24 Hour clock | Airline Call Letters
- First aid | CPR review
- Emergency procedures/plane evacuation review
- FARs (Federal Aviation Regulations)
- What to expect during & after formal flight attendant training
- Résumé writing and interviewing preparation
- Airline open house review and questions
- Getting a job as a flight attendant
Halfway through your course, you will begin to work closely with our placement department. Our expert placement advisors help you find and apply for positions while in class. And, we’ll continue to work with you until you’re hired. The majority of our students get job offers before they graduate- many with multiple offers!*
- FLIGHT BENEFITS!
- Medical, dental, and life insurance
- 401(K) retirement plan
- Long-term disability coverage
- Performance-based bonuses
- Paid vacation and holidays
- Discounts on cruises, car rentals, hotels, and other hospitality services
* Not all job offers necessarily lead to employment.
Minimum hiring requirements for becoming a flight attendant
- 4’11″-6’4” tall- These numbers are based on various airline requirements.
- At least 19 years old. We have also helped many 18-year-olds start cruise, airport, and other travel industry positions.
- No visible tattoos
- Have a clean criminal background for at least 10 years (no felonies)
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- Check out this more complete list of flight attendant requirements