DID YOU KNOW?
Only 1 out of 100 flight attendant applicants who "go it alone' get hired.
If you are rejected by an airline, you must wait 6 - 12 months to reapply.
The majority of flight attendant applicants have never seen the subject matter covered in new-hire training.
Most airlines require a 90% passing grade on all exams during new hire training.
Only 60% of new-hire flight attendants make it through new-hire training.
Only 50% survive the first year of employment.
Each airline receives an average of 2,500 flight attendant job applications per month.
Delta Airlines recently received over 44,000 job applications for 1,000 flight attendant positions.
Flight attendant recruiters are looking for 21 specific desirable qualities in applicants before hiring them.
Flight attendant interviews contain over 80% of "behavioral" type interview questions.
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