Saturday, October 12, 2013

ExpressJet is Hiring

We are hiring flight attendants


Flight Attendant Job Description
High-quality, personal and safe service is the key to being a great ExpressJet flight attendant.
Candidates should be excellent at multitasking, have outstanding people skills and be experts at working through all types of situations. Our flight attendants ensure safe and comfortable flights on our fleet of CRJ200 (one flight attendant), CRJ700 (two flight attendants with dual-class service), CRJ900 (two flight attendants with dual-class service), ERJ 135 (one flight attendant) and ERJ 145 (one flight attendant) aircraft. Flight attendant duties include, but are not limited to:
  • Participate in pre-flight briefings with fellow crew members.
  • Ensure the highest level of safety by inspecting safety equipment, announcing and demonstrating safety procedures and verifying passengers’ compliance with safety regulations throughout all stages of flight.
  • Make passengers feel comfortable by welcoming them aboard the aircraft, assisting with carry-on luggage, providing beverage and snack services, answering questions, providing timely information and accommodating special requests.
  • Provide care for passengers who require special assistance, including unaccompanied minors and passengers with disabilities.
  • Inspect aircraft cabins and order supplies in preparation for each flight.
  • Provide reassurance to passengers during flight delays, rough air, etc.
  • Complete all company required paperwork and reporting in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Direct and assist passengers in the event of an emergency.

To apply, locate your desired position on our Job Listings page. From there you’ll have access to the online application and an option to submit your resume.

If anyone would like me to post their experience interviewing for a flight attendant position.... Please email. Include month and year you interviewed : flightattendantinterview@hotmail.com More interview and dress tips....... The workbook "Help I have a Flight Attendant Interview"

Delta Airlines is Hiring ...

Flight Attendants & In-Flight Services


You will never want to stand still while working with our In-Flight team. Our men and women are synonymous with gracious attitudes, winning smiles, warm customer service and professionalism. So, if you're flying to Shanghai or Salt Lake City, you've come to realize that nothing wins our passengers' hearts better than the greeting they get from a Delta crew member when you're flying them home.
You are, truly, the face of Delta and must be passionate about maximizing each customer's experience while promoting the Delta brand. You will be remembered not just for your sparkling service but for your aptitude, expertise and hospitality. You're positioned to join the four corners of the world. See this world differently while being the envy of the industry. We challenge you to be part of the team.
While specific positions will have unique requirements (see individual job descriptions), you must possess at least a H.S. diploma/GED equivalent, be at least 18 years of age, and possess current authorization to work in the U.S. to work at Delta.


If anyone would like me to post their experience interviewing for a flight attendant position.... Please email. Include month and year you interviewed : flightattendantinterview@hotmail.com More interview and dress tips....... The workbook "Help I have a Flight Attendant Interview"

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Help I have flight Attendant Interview



Are you getting ready for your flight attendant interview via phone or face to face interview? An airline recently had over 100,000 apply for just 1000 positions. Airlines use the S.T.A.R. behavior method during their interviews. This workbook strictly focuses on S.T.A.R . You get to practice the Star technique to help take the edge off of the flight attendant  interview. Make sure you get that flight attendant job.Also included is a interview tracker to help you keep track of interviews and compare notes.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Inside an airline's headquarters and behind the scenes at airport

Inside an airline's headquarters and behind the scenes at airport
 
 
I'M sitting on a completely empty passenger plane. Not another soul is in sight and there's not an object out of place. It's an eerie and surreal feeling, and I know I'm witnessing the calm before the storm... the storm of passengers, that is.
 
But before I know it the flight attendants and pilots sweep onto the Jetstar plane with an air of confidence, and congregate at the front of the Airbus A321. The crew perch on the edges of the seats with their carry-on luggage beside them as they listen to the head cabin crew member’s briefing, while the pilots ready the cockpit.

Read the rest of the story....

If anyone would like me to post their experience interviewing for a flight attendant position.... Please email. Include month and year you interviewed : flightattendantinterview@hotmail.com More interview and dress tips....... The workbook "Help I have a Flight Attendant Interview"

Friday, April 12, 2013

Seaborne Airlines


Flight Attendants

Seaborne Airlines is a 121 Domestic Airline headquartered in St. Croix Virgin Islands. We currently have 2 DHC-6 Twin Otters on floats and 3 DHC-6 Twin Otters on wheels and fly between St. Croix, St. Thomas, San Juan Puerto Rico, Vieques and Tortola. Is is an exciting time for Seaborne right now, we have started taking delivery of our new fleet type the Saab 340. We are now accepting resumes and have openings in our Flight Attendant Department for the Saab 340 fleet.

Job Description:

Provide high quality customer service to customers and individual needs in flight and on the ground. Work independently without constant observation; yet work well with others as part of a team. Comply with Seaborne and Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR’s). Read, interpret and demonstrate safety briefing to customers. Manage crew and customers in any onboard event, including medical emergencies, security threats and other difficult situations. Protect the integrity of the flight deck. Provide leadership, direction, and assistance to customers during normal, abnormal, and emergency situations. Proactively assist with the stowage of customer carry-on bags. Proactively sell snacks, beverages and other items in accordance with service standards and collect trash and keep the cabin neat and tidy.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum 21 years age
  • High School diploma or GED is required
  • Valid passport- A passport is required to attend training with Seaborne Airlines
  • United States Citizen or possess the legal right to work
  • One year Customer Service experience
  • Ability to work weekends, nights shifts, holidays and overnight trips
  • Be willing to work in a very fast paced environment with little supervision
  • Fulfill a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) required ten-year work history review
  • Criminal background check
  • Drug test and fingerprinting
  • Must be able to read, write fluently speak and understand the English language. Spanish as a second language is a plus due to our Caribbean destinations we frequent.
  • Reliable transportation to and from the airport is a must
  • Must be at least 5ft tall and cannot exceed 5’11″ without shoes

Skills:

Good judgment, excellent dependability, and exceptional interpersonal skills. Ability to accept personal responsibility for resolving concerns. Strong work ethic, caring and nurturing disposition. Ability to handle pressure in stressful situations. Excellent communication skills and the ability to be friendly and polite in all situations.

Physical Requirements:

All flight attendants must be able to lift, push and pull heavy article as required up to 50 pounds or sometimes more.  All emergency equipment on aircraft must be able to be reached. Tattoos, piercings in general must not be visible while in company issued uniform at any time. Those selected for training must attend a 2 week training program conducted at Seaborne Airlines headquarters in St Croix Virgin Island. Accommodations and transport during training will be provided. Trainees will be responsible for incidental expenses incurred during training and for relocation to the assigned base. Base assignments are awarded in order of seniority. Seniority within the same incoming class is determined by birth date.

Compensation:

Flight attendant wages are competitive and above industry standard compared to other regional airlines. Annual increases are based on Seaborne Company anniversary dates. Per diem is paid for each hour a flight attendant is away from home base. Hotels and transportation on layovers are provided by Seaborne Airlines. Seaborne Airlines offers to full time employee’s health, dental , prescriptions, life insurance, 401K and travel benefits.

Please provide Seaborne Airlines with your resume and application for employment.
By Email: Human Resources
By Fax: (340) 773-8798 or (340) 773-6674
By Mail:
Attn: Human Resources
1210 Watergut
Christiansted, VI 00820


If anyone would like me to post their experience interviewing for a flight attendant position.... Please email. Include month and year you interviewed : flightattendantinterview@hotmail.com More interview and dress tips....... The workbook "Help I have a Flight Attendant Interview"


Monday, April 8, 2013

Southwest Airlines Class Flash Mob

Southwest Airlines Class Flash Mob




If anyone would like me to post their experience interviewing for a flight attendant position.... Please email. Include month and year you interviewed : flightattendantinterview@hotmail.com More interview and dress tips....... The workbook "Help I have a Flight Attendant Interview"

Saturday, April 6, 2013

TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF A REGIONAL STEWARDESS

Bored and need a laugh......Here is an hilarious blog for flight attendants.. Please click on the picture below to be taken to the blog..







If anyone would like me to post their experience interviewing for a flight attendant position.... Please email. Include month and year you interviewed : flightattendantinterview@hotmail.com More interview and dress tips....... The workbook "Help I have a Flight Attendant Interview"

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Travel Tips From Travel Pro




Travel Resources


Foreign Electricity

Because electric current in most overseas countries is 200v, travelers taking North American 110v appliances must also take a step-down converter or transformer.


Buy Travel Books
Travel books are a great resource to learn about the most interesting places, best restaurants, places to stay and hundreds of insights about your destination.

Bring a Dictionary

Carry a language translation dictionary with you. You'll find it useful.


Family, Friends and Relatives
Before leaving on a trip, make sure to give all travel information to your family and close friends. If anything should happen while travelling, several people will know where you are and have a better chance of reaching you in an emergency.
Do you have a valid Visa?
Renew your visa before departing.
Native Phrases

Learn a few essential terms in the native language of the country you are visiting. The effort is usually appreciated.

Identify Luggage
Place photocopies of your identification in your luggage to help your airline or cruise ship to return it if lost while travelling.


It's okay to lock your luggage again.
They allow inspectors to open luggage and relock it. Some locks even tell you that they have been opened.
Photocopy Identifying Documents

Photocopy all documents and cards and store them in a secret place in your suitcase. If your wallet is ever stolen, you will know exactly what you have lost and will have telephone numbers to call to cancel credit cards.

Scan Identifying Documents
Instead of photocopying your important documents and carrying them with you, scan them and email them to your email account as attachments. Use a free Web-based e-mail such as Hotmail or Yahoo! that can be accessed from anywhere in the world.
Rent a Cellular Phone
Rent a GSM (Global System for Mobiles) cellular phone before you leave your country. One number works in over 92 countries worldwide.


Convert Cash
Convert some of your cash to the currency of the country you are visiting before departure to get a more favorable exchange rate.
Passport Expiration
Make sure your passport does not expire within six months of your travel date as many countries insist your passport be valid for six months to a year. Make a copy in case you lose it.

Renting a Car?
Get an international driver's license as many car rental services will require it. Reserve your car rental and arrange for collection in your arrival airport.

Confirm Reservations
Be sure your airline tickets and hotel reservations are confirmed to avoid surprises.

Visit Travel Pro Website ...

If anyone would like me to post their experience interviewing for a flight attendant position.... Please email. Include month and year you interviewed : flightattendantinterview@hotmail.com More interview and dress tips....... The workbook "Help I have a Flight Attendant Interview"