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Flight Attendant Training Overview (Airline)

by Pat 29. May 2012 13:55
The flight attendant training goal is to develop a professional, self-reliant flight attendant who is focused on customer service, safety and creating an environment where customers definitely desire to fly the airline again. The Flight Attendant Initial Training Program is designed to provide you with learning experiences that enable you to develop the skills necessary to fulfill this goal. [More]

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Ron Akana may be the nations longest-serving flight attendant

by Pat 19. March 2012 10:14
Decades ago, hiring policies ensured that the ranks of flight attendants remained young. Stewardesses faced mandatory retirement by 32. If they married or became pregnant, they were out. In 1966, a New York Times classified ad for stewardesses at Eastern Airlines listed these requirements: "A high school graduate, single (widows and divorcees with no children considered), 20 years of age (girls 19 1/2 may apply for future consideration). 5'2" but no more than 5'9," weight 105 to 135 in proportion to height and have at least 20/40 vision without glasses." [More]

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Flight Attendant Job Interviews

by Pat 16. March 2012 08:31
In addition to performing flight duties, flight attendants sometimes attend or even conduct open house and interview sessions. You just might be interviewed by a flight attendant you will be working with in the future. [More]

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Packing Tips For Flight Attendants

by Pat 29. February 2012 11:05
Choosing a wardrobe of basics for your layover will help you deal with space limitations. Select clothes that will coordinate with each other. Try to stick to one color scheme (black/brown/navy) or select clothes that can be mixed and matched. Bring clothing that requires little care . wrinkle-resistant, quick drying fabrics. Check seasonal weather conditions where you will be traveling and be prepared. To save space and weight, prepare a kit of miniature toiletries in small plastic bottles. Don't fill bottles to the top, because the pressure may cause contents to expand. Pack bottles in plastic bags should there be leakage. As an alternative, many stores sell travel size toiletries, which are small and do not use up excessive space. [More]

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