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E-zine Volume XV, Issue #14
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
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A newsletter for over 95,000 members and registered users of in 50 states and over 100 foreign countries.



Welcome Aboard!

Welcome to the ezine! Each week, we will be providing you with pertinent airline industry news, flight attendant hiring information, and feature articles relating to your job search. Our "Ask the Recruiter" section offers us a chance to respond to your email questions.  And our weekly "Where in the World?" photo challenges your geography knowledge.


To enhance your online experience, we recommend that you also visit our Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and Blog pages by clicking on the links above.


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I hope you enjoy this week's issue.     


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Ask the Recruiter


In a previous newsletter, you mentioned that the failure rate at flight attendant training is quite high. I would like to know how many people actually make it through (percentages). Thank-you. 


Approximately 60 percent of new-hires make it through new-hire training and, of those, approximately 50 percent make it through their first year with the company. The high attrition rate is due to a combination of individuals quitting and those that are let go by the company.
The above statistics are industry-wide. Airlines with the highest number of flight attendants have the highest turnover rates.
Since the airlines claim that only 1 out of every 100 applicants is chosen for the flight attendant position, it's easy to see why they're in a hiring mode more often than not.
Another interesting fact is that job satisfaction is quite high for those that make it past the first year.

Good luck!

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Who's Hiring Flight Attendants?
This is a current listing from our website of just a few of the 39 airlines now hiring flight attendants or Inflight Managers. Note: Specific Open House Interviews and Invitation Only Interview locations, dates and airline links are now published and updated on the homepage.

The following airlines are conducting upcoming Flight Attendant Open House Interview(s) in April/May, 2014 or are accepting online applications and/or resumes for flight atflight attendant or inflight management positions.

Airlines with asterisks (*) have posted Open House Interview dates.
New listings are as of this week.
Want specific dates and locations? Become a member of right now and gain access to the complete 'Who's Hiring' chart on the Members' home page. Expanded information includes dates, locations, interview addresses and reporting times along with other important information. We have recently added five international airlines to our database including those listed below. Multi-national carriers hire flight attendants from most countries.

  • Air Canada Rouge   
  • Air Wisconsin
  • Alaska
  • Allegiant*  
  • American 
  • Cathay Pacific (Multinational)
  • Chautauqua*  
  • CommutAir
  • Compass*  
  • Easyjet
  • Emirates*
  • Endeavor Air (Formerly Pinnacle)*   
  • Etihad 
  • ExpressJet
  • Frontier*      
  • GoJet 
  • Gulf Air (Multinational)    
  • Omni Air*                 
  • PSA*
  • Qantas UK (International)
  • Qatar* (Multinational)
  • Republic*
  • Ryanair (International)
  • Shuttle America*  
  • Singapore (International)
  • Skywest*       
  • Spirit*    
  • US Airways      
  • WestJet      

Where in the World Photo Quiz
  Punta Cana             


Last week's photo quiz answer (right): Punta Cana.  

This week, we are posting a photo (below) of a destination you may visit as a flight attendant. Do you know where it is? The answer will be posted in the next issue.







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Ask the Recruiter
Who's Hiring Flight Attendants?
Where in the World



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.





"Your training helped me to get two interviews fully paid by both JetBlue and US Airways." - IK, New York (USA)




"Questions were virtually word for word at both the initial and final interviews." -

MS, Illinois (USA)



"I joined about three days before my second interview with United Airlines. I was hired on the spot." -

RH, Arizona (USA)



"The process and the interview was nothing new: I was well prepared with the help of" -

MP, Bratislava (SLOVAKIA)



"Thanks for the Training Center, it's given me a boost to help pass those dreaded upcoming tests. Good luck to all those out there who are waiting for their dreams to come true - it's right around the corner!!!"

- TS, Ohio (USA)


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As of April 8th, 2014, there are 39 airlines currently hiring flight attendants. Become a member right now and gain access to our exclusive Who's Hiring chart!




As of April 8th, 2014, we have 465 interview profiles for 52 airlines written by our members who have recently attended interviews. Become a member right now and gain access to our exclusive Interview Profiles!

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