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Get Paid to Travel as a Flight Attendant

As a flight attendant, you will have a fun and exciting career that other people envy - getting paid to travel.

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Imagine flying to Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, or the Caribbean. Even if you work as a flight attendant for a North American airline, you and your family may qualify for flight discounts of up to 90% to destinations throughout the world. 

Some airlines even allow buddy passes, so your friends can fly inexpensively too. You will also be eligible for many discounts on hotels, cruise lines, car rentals, luggage, clothing and restaurant meals and beverages.

In addition to travel and discounts, a career as a flight attendant offers you numerous other benefits including starting pay of more than $15 per flight hour, variety, flexible work schedules, and the opportunity to meet many interesting people. You may even have the chance to serve celebrities!

If becoming a flight attendant sounds like the career of your dreams, The 2011 Airline Job Guide is for you! In this e-book you will discover how you can get started and succeed in an exciting career as a flight attendant.

Did you know?

  • You do not need any special training to apply to become a flight attendant.
  • You can get started as a flight attendant at almost any age - from your 20s to your 60s! 
  • Airlines always need to hire flight attendants - even during a slow economy. When the economy improves there will be even more job opportunities.
  • No prior airline experience is necessary.
  • There is a lot of competition for flight attendant jobs. But you can greatly improve your chances of getting hired as a flight attendant by approaching airlines the right way.
You can get the competitive edge with this guide. Author Julia Dean has a Master's degree in Business Administration, and has been writing about careers in the airline industry for more than 12 years. To provide you with insider information about how to become a flight attendant, she researched job opportunities with more than 70 airlines.

The guide covers topics of vital importance to anyone who wants to become a flight attendant, including:

How to Get an Airline Job
  • Flight attendant job information
    • Basic requirements to get hired 
    • What is involved in flight attendant training 
    • Flight attendant pay
  • How to apply for a flight attendant job
    • Sample email to request an application form
    • Tips for completing the application
    • Should you include a photograph?
    • How to prepare a cover letter (includes sample)
    • How to prepare a resume (includes sample)
    • Insider phrases to include in your cover letter and resume that the airlines' electronic scanners search for to find applicants to interview
    • What to expect after you submit your application
    • What to bring to an interview
    • Interview questions and how to answer them:
      • Questions about the airline
      • Questions about the position
      • Questions about customer service
      • Questions about your attitude, skills and qualifications
    • Questions you should ask the interviewer
2011 Airline Directory

The guide includes 192 pages of information describing company and recruitment information for 70 airlines. Detailed flight attendant recruitment and application information is described for 44 airlines in the directory.

There have been significant changes in the airline industry which are reflected in the Airline Job Guide to enable readers to apply quickly and effectively to all the airlines.

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The guide includes information about the following airlines. Whenever possible, information on wages, salaries, travel and vacation benefits is included.
  • 45 United States Airlines, including:
    • Alaska Airlines
    • American Airlines
    • British Airways U.S.
    • Caribbean Airlines
    • Continental Airlines
    • Delta Airlines
    • Frontier Airlines
    • Funjet Vacations
    • Hawaiian Airlines
    • JetBlue Airways
    • Northwest Airlines
    • Skywest Airlines
    • Southwest Airlines
    • Spirit Airlines
    • United Airlines
    • And more!
  • 14 Canadian Airlines, including:
    • Air Canada
    • Jazz
    • Westjet
    • And more!
  • 11 International Airlines - including airlines from England, Ireland, Europe, New Zealand, China and India
Best Airline Job Opportunities for 2011

The industry has seen significant mergers, acquisitions, consolidations and even some bankruptcies in the last two years, and the 2011 Guide lets readers know exactly which airlines are profitable and solid choices to start a flight attendant or entry level airline career.

What is most promising in 2011 is that more airlines are recovering and showing profits for the first time in several years or months, as the travel industry rebounds, and the airline industry has adjusted to rising fuel costs by operating leaner.

There are more entry-level jobs available now in the airline industry than there have been in over two years!

In this section of the guide you'll learn insider information on the top airlines to apply at now! You will find airlines that will give you better long-term career potential and discover which airlines are stable and profitable. You will get answers to the following questions:

  • Which nine US airlines are profitable with large employee bases and a best bet for 2011 employment?
  • Which major US airline is actively recruiting flight attendants at many bases as of January 2011?
  • Which airline offers the best employee travel program including reduced rate travel for you and your immediate family members, including parents, as well as Buddy Passes and Vacation Passes?
  • Which regional US airline has been rapidly expanding and is actively hiring flight attendants at the time of publication of this Guide?
  • Which consistently profitable US airline has a section for entry level positions in high demand?
  • Which profitable US airline offers flight attendant pay starting at over $17.00 an hour and increases to over $18.00 an hour after 6 months?
  • What little known, growing and stable Canadian airline can provide a great start in the airline industry for Canadian citizens?
  • Which international airline employs over 15,000 Flight Attendants and is growing and profitable?
PLUS, you will discover:
  • A typical day in the life of a flight attendant
  • Advanced training options for flight attendants (Bachelor's Degree)
  • Tips on how to prevent health risks associated with being a flight attendant such as dry skin, premature aging, and poor circulation
  • A great tip on flight attendant performance monitoring
  • What to expect from flight attendant training including types of training and what is covered in your class
  • Which airline requires employees to be nicotine free (that's right: in order to be considered for a position, a candidate must be nicotine free for at least 6 months from the day they interview for a position, except in states where it is not legal to ask questions about nicotine use)
  • Which airline offers a perfect attendance program that rewards employees for consecutive months of perfect attendance.)
  • Links to companies that offer travel and other discounts to airline employees
  • Many resources including international aviation authorities, associations, employee unions and airline alliances
  • Detailed Pilot recruitment and application information for over 30 airlines
  • Information you need to learn during the training period of most entry-level airline jobs (flight attendants require 90% or 100% marks on these tests in order to be hired on permanently):
    • All Airport City Codes
    • The 24-hour clock
    • CPR and First Aid
    • Federal Aviation Regulations
  • Other entry level airline jobs you can apply for, including:
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    • Ticket Agent
    • Administrative Positions
    • Cargo Personnel
    • Operations Agent
    • Passenger/Customer Service Agent
    • Station Agent
  • Which airline offers home-based positions for reservations and sales positions
  • And more!
You can have all this and more for an incredible special price. People pay hundreds of dollars for flight attendant training courses. The 2011 Airline Job Guide contains some of the best career advice you could get from other sources, plus much more.

This guide has been selling for up to $29.95 U.S. SPECIAL OFFER: If you buy the guide today, Saturday, August 23, 2014 you can have this valuable insider information for the incredible price of only $19.97. You will earn back more than the price of the guide your first day on the job. And with this guide you can get hired much more quickly. 

If you believe you deserve to have the career of your dreams, this guide is for you. It gives you what you need to know to become a flight attendant. 

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"This guide will show you effective ways to apply for and interview for many airline positions. The guide also gives you the most up to date list of airline companies, with the most current contact information. Just follow this step-by-step guide and you'll be on your way to a rewarding career in the airline industry!"
Julia Dean, MBA, Author
Airline Job News

"WOW! I cannot THANK YOU enough for the helpful information. I downloaded your flight attendant guide 2 days before my interview, studied it like crazy, went for an interview, and 3 days later they invited me to train for the position! I was the only one in the group interview who had used a guide like yours and it was so obvious. I was the only one who appeared prepared and confident thanks to the information that your wonderful guide provided me. I would recommend this guide to ANYONE that is looking to interview well for a flight attendant job."
Kim Herrgott
Charlotte, NC

"I just wanted to thank you for the Guide to be a Flight Attendant. I downloaded the e-book and studied it for a few days before my interview. I just got invited to train yesterday!!! The guide really helped me prepare for what was to come and was very accurate. I truly believe this guide helped me get hired and I recommend it to anyone who is getting ready for an interview! Thanks again!"
Brittanie Villani
Denver, CO


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