You've seen and admired them. Poised, polished, and well groomed,
they stride confidently through the world's airports in crisp, tailored
uniforms. In flight, they mysteriously emerge from hidden corners of the
aircraft to conduct a gracious and efficient cabin service. They seem to be
able to handle any problem from an oversized carry-on bag to an
undercooked steak. Who are they? They are, of course, flight attendants
and their job is unlike any other. Who are these flight attendants? What
is their job really like? Could I become one of them? If you have asked
yourself these questions, then this book is for you.
Geared toward newcomers to the working world and those looking for a
second career, this guide contains all the information necessary to
prepare for a flight attendant interview, as well as advice on the lifestyle
changes and challenges that accompany this competitive career path. A
brief history of the profession is given, along with a basic job description
and examples of major, commuter, and regional airlines. Tips are
presented for becoming a more marketable applicant, avoiding common
interview mistakes, and having a successful interview. Various airline
company addresses and web sites are also included.
This book is an excellent resource for all
potential and current corporate flight
attendants. Easy to read, well laid out.
Packed with valuable information. Written
by someone who has "been there, done
A sneak preview  of the skills you'll acquire
and a study guide for later
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How YOU can pass the interview and start your career in the world's most glamorous career
Hi Audrey,
I purchased your ebook and it was very informative. There were some great Q and A's.
I am happy to tell you I went to the group interview with Skywest on April 27th and
passed it! I was selected to do a one on one interview with the recruiters and I
received an email from them yesterday inviting me to training on May 26th. I would
like to thank you for writing the book and I am happy I purchased it.
                                    - N. Brown (6 May 2011)
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