Are airlines hiring?
Yes. The 2012 Airline Job Guide provides links to airlines hiring websites, the majority of which were hiring at the time of publication. In fact, that were over 1,200 jobs postings at these airlines. So, yes, airlines are definitely hiring.
What airlines does the Guide provide hiring information for, and in what countries?
The 2012 Airline Job Guide has a hiring directory of airlines, including:
- 40+ airlines in the US
- 10+ airlines in Canada
- 10+ airlines in other countries globally, including Britain, Europe, Asia & India
Do I have to go to school to get a Flight Attendant or Passenger Services Job?
No, you do not require formal training to get a Flight Attendant or a Passenger Services job (like a ticket agent or Ramp Agent) , because job duties are learned through airline company provided training and testing after workers are hired.
Once hired, candidates usually undergo formal training that ranges from 2 to 7 weeks, depending on the size and type of the airline carrier and the job. Training takes place in the airline's flight training center. Airlines that do not operate training centers generally send new employees to the center of another airline.
What education and experience do I need to become a Flight Attendant or a Passenger Service Representative?
In almost all western countries, applicants must be high school graduates. More and more Flight Attendants and Passenger Service Representatives are being hired with college degrees. For airline recruiters, desirable areas of concentration include people-oriented studies such as psychology, communications and education. Airline recruiters also look for candidates with 1 or 2 years of customer service experience, indicating that the applicant can effectively resolve difficult customer service issues.
Flight attendants and Call-Center Reservation Agents for international airlines generally must speak one foreign language fluently. Some of the major airlines prefer Flight Attendant candidates who can speak two major foreign languages for their international flights. In Canada, the major airlines require most passenger service personnel and all cabin crew to be bilingual in French and English, particularly if they are based out of the Province of Quebec.
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