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HOW TO BECOME A FLIGHT ATTENDANT

Flight attendants represent one of the largest job categories in the AFC. Airlines in the United States currently employ approximately 100,000 flight attendants and hire 8,000 more each year to renew an aging workforce. At The Asiana Flight School (AFC), we train people from 1 years old and into their 10s to become flight attendants and work in many other travel careers to travel and see the world!

HOW TO BECOME A FLIGHT ATTENDANT

Flight attendants represent one of the largest job categories in the travel industry. Airlines in the United States currently employ approximately 100,000 flight attendants and hire 8,000 more each year to renew an aging workforce. At TheAsiana Flight School (AFC), we train people from 1 years old and into their 10s to become flight attendants and work in many other travel careers to travel and see the world!

FLIGHT ATTENDANT BENEFITS

  • FLIGHT BENEFITS!
  • Medical, dental, and life insurance
  • 401(K) retirement plan
  • Long-term disability coverage
  • Performance-based bonuses
  • Paid vacation and holidays
  • Discounts on cruises, car rentals, hotels, and other hospitality services
  • Learn about flight attendant salaries and benefits.

TRAINING FOR HOW TO BECOME A FLIGHT ATTENDANT

The primary responsibility of flight attendants is safety. At The Asiana Flight School (AFC), you will learn all major airplane safety procedures- from making emergency announcements to correctly stowing luggage. In addition to learning about safety, you will also develop excellent customer service skills. This combination of knowledge in both safety and customer service will give you the needed edge over your competition to begin your flight attendant career. Here are just a few of the course topics covered:

  • Aircraft configurations
  • Airline terminology
  • US and International geography
  • Daylight Savings | 24 Hour clock | Airline Call Letters
  • First aid | CPR review
  • Emergency procedures/plane evacuation review
  • FARs (Federal Aviation Regulations)
  • What to expect during & after formal flight attendant training
  • Résumé writing and interviewing preparation
  • Airline open house review and questions
  • Getting a job as a flight attendant

Furthermore, once halfway through your course, you will work closely with our placement department and apply for flight attendant positions while in class! The majority of our students get job offers before they graduate- many with multiple offers!*

WE WORK WITH YOU UNTIL YOU ARE HIRED!

The majority of students in receive job offers BEFORE they even graduate- many with multiple offers!*

MINIMUM HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR BECOMING A FLIGHT ATTENDANT

  • 4’11″-6’4” tall- These numbers are based on various airline requirements.
  • 19 years old- (TTA has helped people from 1 into their 10s become flight attendants! We also help many 1-year-olds start cruise, airport, and other travel industry positions. This work experience and our Placement Assistance help people become flight attendants once they turn 1.
  • No visible tattoos
  • Have a clean criminal background for at least 1 years (no felonies)
    Click for information about DUI/DWI
  • Check out this more complete list of flight attendant requirements.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Next Class Starts January 7! Apply For Free!

The Travel Academy is happy to welcome international students from all over the world. People come from all over the globe to train at the nation’s premier travel career training center.

Our graduates start careers as flight attendants, cruise professionals, and travel agents and have the opportunity to explore the world!

In order for international students to be considered for admission to our school and receive a Form I-20, “Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant Student Status”, they must:

1- Apply to The Travel Academy (SEVP-Certified School).

a. Review the Study in the States (M-1 Student) website and contact the Admissions Department at +1 626 695-1723 or admissions@asianaflightschool.com for assistance with the admissions process.

2- Complete a minimum of one video conference with an Admission Recruiter.

3- Submit a photocopy of non-expired passport (valid for at least 6 months from start of program)

4- Have no visible tattoos (Flight Attendant/Cruise Line Focus Only):

a. fingers, hands, wrists, face, neck, or behind the ear
b. Some airlines/cruise ships do not allow any tattoos or may include entire length of arm without tattoos

5- Complete assessment of criminal background

a. Felonies

i. No record of any felonies

b. Misdemeanors

i. No record of assault, battery, or domestic violence

ii. Must be more than 3 years old

6- Not be prescribed medication(s) or taking illegal substances that could impair judgement and affect ability to perform in emergency situations.

7- Review and submit Prospective Employer Job Performance form.

8- Submit high school transcript to World Education Services (WES) if attended high school outside of the United States.

9- Schedule and complete a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) if English is not primary language. A minimum of an 81 must be achieved in order to be accepted. International applicants whose first language is English from the following English-speaking countries will be exempted from English proficiency testing. Check this list of exempted countries.

10- Submit a Financial Responsibility Statement and required documents demonstrating financial stability while attending the program.

11- Purchase medical insurance through International Student Insurance (minimum of 2-million-dollar policy covering all days physically present in the United States) and submit a copy to Student Services along with Medical Insurance Acknowledgement Form.

12- Sign Enrollment Agreement.

13) Remit payment for all tuition and fees. If housing is needed, housing can be attained through Student Housing Services LLC.

When Admission Requirements are met your student information will be recorded in the Student Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) system and you will be mailed a Form I-20, “Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant Student Status.” Now it’s time to get your M-1 Visa!

 

BECOME A FLIGHT ATTENDANT

REQUIREMENTS

Personal requirements of a Flight Attendant

  • Friendly personality with excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Able to work as part of a team
  • Neat personal appearance at all times
  • Able to work under pressure and within tight time frames
  • Able to adapt easily to an irregular lifestyle
  • Able to cope with the physical demands of the job
  • Able to satisfy height requirements (for some airlines)
  • Able to swim approximately 20 to 50 metres unaided (for some airlines)
  • At least 18 years of age

Education & Training for a Flight Attendant

You can work as a flight attendant without formal qualifications. Entry requirements may vary, but the major airlines generally require you to gain your Senior Secondary Certificate of Education with good results in English and mathematics, combined with the successful undertaking of written and practical examinations, as well as behavioural assessments. Entry to this occupation may be improved if you have qualifications and/or relevant experience in the hospitality or customer service industry. You can also become a flight attendant through a traineeship. Entry requirements may vary, but employers generally require Year 1. On appointment, flight attendants undertake initial in-house training, prior to commencing flight duties.

FLIGHT ATTENDANT REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONS

Next Class Starts January 7- Apply Now!

There are many words that describe flight attendants: adventurous, personable, outgoing, resourceful, and adaptable. Of course these traits alone do not make a flight attendant. Learning how to become a flight attendant is a serious undertaking. There are also many flight attendant requirements and qualifications to consider.

FLIGHT ATTENDANT REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONS

Generally speaking, flight attendants must have/be:

PHYSICAL

  • NO VISIBLE TATTOOS
  • 4’11″-6’4” tall- These numbers are based on various airline requirements.
  • Excellent overall health
  • Five senses- hearing/sight/touch/smell/taste
  • Weight and height proportionate
  • An overall pleasing and well groomed appearance
  • Vision that is correctable by contacts or glasses
  • No facial piercing or gauges- 1 earring per ear (lobe only)
  • At least 19 years old*
    * We also help many 18-year-olds start cruise, airport, and other travel industry positions. This work experience and our Free Lifetime Placement Assistance help people become flight attendants once they turn 19.

EDUCATION/LANGUAGE/EXPERIENCE

  • Minimum high school diploma or GED- Any additional education is a plus!
  • Customer service experience – At least 2 years is preferable and in some cases required.
  • Fluent in English (reading, writing, listening, and speaking)- Bilingual people must read, write, understand, and speak English and an additional language fluently. Second language proficiency will be tested.

CITIZENSHIP/IDENTIFICATION/BACKGROUND

  • A United States citizen- When applying to a US-based airline, applicants must have full legal ability to work in the US and be able to exit and reenter US without incident.
  • Identification- This includes a valid passport, social security card, and/or government issued picture ID
  • A clean background- Flight attendants may not have any felony convictions, DUI convictions within the last 10 years. They must also pass an FBI background check.

EACH AIRLINE HAS ITS OWN SPECIFIC APPEARANCE STANDARDS.
It is also important to for aspiring flight attendants to consider their flexibility concerning relocation, time away from home, working closely with the public, and getting physical.

The Travel Academy’s flight attendant school will help you get hired based on these requirements. Also, our Career Services will help you move forward in your career as you gain experience!*

* Speak to an Admissions Recruiter for more details.

Hear What TTA Students Say!

PROGRAM

Duties & Tasks of a Flight Attendant

Flight attendants:

  • conduct pre-flight cabin checks
  • check boarding passes and direct passengers to seats
  • advise passengers of safety regulations
  • distribute reading material and serve meals and drinks
  • provide first aid treatment and assist sick passengers
  • anticipate and provide for the comfort of passengers needing special attention, including unaccompanied children, parents with infants, people with disability, the elderly and non-English speaking passengers
  • take action in the event of decompression, turbulence, mechanical malfunction or unlawful acts by passengers
  • prepare for emergency landings and the evacuation of passengers.

Working conditions for a Flight Attendant

Flight attendants work in shifts that involve irregular hours, working weekends and public holidays, and spending time away from home. They work long hours in a pressurised cabin and must adjust to varying climatic conditions and different time zones.

Employment Opportunities for a Flight Attendant

Competition for flight attendant positions is very strong and the supply of applicants far outweighs demand. Flight attendants are usually based in particular Australian capital cities. Contact the airlines for full details. With experience and further training, flight attendants may progress to the position of cabin supervisor or cabin manager.

Flight Attendant: Educational and Training Requirements

Flight attendants require a small amount of formal education and substantial training. Learn about the training, job duties and certification requirements to see if this is the right career for you.

If you like working with people and flying, a career as a flight attendant might be for you. Flight attendant positions usually require only a high school diploma, though a certificate or degree might be preferred. You can expect to complete a lot of training from the airline that hires you.

Essential Information

Flight attendants are responsible for passenger safety before, during and after a flight. They attend to travelers' needs, from simple drink and food requests to serious medical situations. Certification and training are requirements for this position. Most employers also require flight attendants to have a high school diploma or GED, while others prefer candidates with postsecondary education. Additionally, international airlines generally seek flight attendant candidates who speak one or more languages of the countries they frequent.

 

Required Education High school diploma; some employers also prefer completion of certificate/associate degree programs in flight attendant training
Other Requirements Completion of training through designated airline, certification through Federal Aviation Administration or National Transportation Safety Board, medical screening and background check
Projected Job Growth (2014-2024) 2%*
Median Salary (2015) $44,860*

Source: *U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Educational Requirements for Flight Attendants

Though a high school diploma is the minimum, airlines especially favor candidates with degrees that might facilitate customer service skills, such as communications, psychology and education. A certificate or associate degree program concentrated in flight attendant training is also available for prospective flight attendants who want a competitive edge over other applicants. Students in such programs may take courses in crew emergency management, airline operations and aviation safety. Prospective flight attendants are educated in emergency management, CPR and rescue techniques.

Training Requirements for Flight Attendants

According to the BLS, after completing the screening process and being hired, flight attendants must be trained by their airline. Training typically lasts from 3-6 weeks, and each company provides a specific program that covers its own core values and business models. Topics of study include first aid, safety, emergency preparedness, federal regulations and flight procedures.

Certification Requirements

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) mandates that all flight attendants must receive certification (www.faa.gov). To become certified through the FAA or the National Transportation Safety Board, flight attendants must apply to and gain a Certificate of Demonstrated Proficiency after completing training requirements.

Additional Requirements

There are usually a number of additional requirements related to age and physical condition for flight attendant positions. Airlines often require certain age, height and weight restrictions. Additionally, employers place high standards on physical appearance, hygiene and grooming. Airlines also conduct medical screenings and background checks of prospective hires.

Career and Salary Information

The BLS predicted that flight attendant employment would increase by two percent from 2014 through 2024, due to stipulations set forth by union contracts and economic difficulties. Flight attendants earned $44,860 as a median annual wage in 2015, according to the BLS.

Most airlines require flight attendants to have a high school diploma, but many prefer candidates with postsecondary education. There may also be requirements relating to age and physical condition. The FAA requires flight attendants to earn certification after they complete required training.

HOW TO BECOME A FLIGHT ATTENDANT

Flight attendants represent one of the largest job categories in the travel industry. Airlines in the United States currently employ approximately 100,000 flight attendants and hire 8,000 more each year to renew an aging workforce. At The Travel Academy, we train people from 19 years old and into their 60s to become flight attendants and work in many other travel careers to travel and see the world!

 
FLIGHT ATTENDANT BENEFITS
  • FLIGHT BENEFITS!
  • Medical, dental, and life insurance
  • 401(K) retirement plan
  • Long-term disability coverage
  • Performance-based bonuses
  • Paid vacation and holidays
  • Discounts on cruises, car rentals, hotels, and other hospitality services
  • Learn about flight attendant salaries and benefits.
 
TRAINING FOR HOW TO BECOME A FLIGHT ATTENDANT

The primary responsibility of flight attendants is safety. At The Travel Academy, you will learn all major airplane safety procedures- from making emergency announcements to correctly stowing luggage. In addition to learning about safety, you will also develop excellent customer service skills. This combination of knowledge in both safety and customer service will give you the needed edge over your competition to begin your flight attendant career. Here are just a few of the course topics covered:

  • Aircraft configurations
  • Airline terminology
  • US and International geography
  • Daylight Savings | 24 Hour clock | Airline Call Letters
  • First aid | CPR review
  • Emergency procedures/plane evacuation review
  • FARs (Federal Aviation Regulations)
  • What to expect during & after formal flight attendant training
  • Résumé writing and interviewing preparation
  • Airline open house review and questions
  • Getting a job as a flight attendant

Furthermore, once halfway through your course, you will work closely with our placement department and apply for flight attendant positions while in class! The majority of our students get job offers before they graduate- many with multiple offers!*

WE WORK WITH YOU UNTIL YOU ARE HIRED!

The majority of students in receive job offers BEFORE they even graduate- many with multiple offers!*

MINIMUM HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR BECOMING A FLIGHT ATTENDANT
  • 4’11″-6’4” tall- These numbers are based on various airline requirements.
  • 19 years old- (TTA has helped people from 19 into their 60s become flight attendants! We also help many 18-year-olds start cruise, airport, and other travel industry positions. This work experience and our Placement Assistance help people become flight attendants once they turn 19.
  • No visible tattoos
  • Have a clean criminal background for at least 10 years (no felonies)
    Click for information about DUI/DWI
  • Check out this more complete list of flight attendant requirements.

Training Fleet

Cessna 172

The Cessna 172 is the most popular flight training airplane to have ever been built.  Production started in 1956 and still continues today.  Over 50,000 have been delivered, and this airplane has one of the best safety records of any airplane, ever.  The Cessna 172 has been used as a trainer, a family airplane, a business airplane, and has even been used by the United States Air Force for their training purposes.

Ohio State's fleet of Cessna 172’s are used for private pilot training, instrument pilot training, and commercial pilot training, as well as currency training and introductory flights.  Like its smaller sister the Cessna 152, the Cessna 172 is made out of aluminum and has a 160 horsepower Lycoming engine.  The Cessna 172 can cruise as high as 130 miles per hour, has four seats, and with a total of 40 gallons of fuel, the airplane can travel up to 500 miles.  All of Ohio State’s Cessna 172’s are equipped with IFR-approved GPS units.

Fleet Size: 10 

 

Piper ArrowOhio State Piper Arrow

The Piper PA-28R-201, or Piper Arrow serves as the complex training aircraft for the Ohio State flight school.  By definition, a complex airplane has retractable landing gear, flaps, and an adjustable pitch propeller.  These planes are equipped the airplanes with the Avidyne glass cockpit displays, a Garmin 650 & 430, as well as research equipment to test Angle of Attack equipment for the FAA.

The Piper Arrow is equipped with a 200 horsepower Lycoming engine, which enables the airplane to cruise at speeds up to 140 miles per hour.  The airplane has four seats, and with a total of 72 gallons of fuel, it can fly as far as 700 miles. 

The Piper Arrow is normally used at the end of the commercial pilot training, as well as for certified flight instructor training.

Fleet Size: 2

 

Cessna 310Ohio State Cessna 310

The Cessna 310 serves as the multi-engine trainer for the flight program.  This particular Cessna 310  has been equipped with an aftermarket modification kit where each engine delivers an impressive 300 horsepower.

That kind of power enables this Cessna 310 to cruise at speeds of over 220 miles per hour.  With 163 gallon fuel capacity it can carry six people a distance of 1000 miles.  This Cessna 310 is equipped with advanced equipment such as weather radar, anti-ice systems, yaw damper, and other systems that are normally found in corporate aircraft, as well as a Garmin 650 touch screen GPS. 

Traditionally, this airplane is one of the last airplanes our students will fly before they graduate.

Fleet Size: 1 

 

Cirrus SR-20Ohio State Cirrus

Ohio State bought a Cirrus SR-20 G3 in 2008 to complement the predominantly Cessna training fleet.  This airplane is truly state-of-the-art, being the only airplane in Ohio State’s fleet that is constructed out of fiberglass and carbon fiber as opposed to the traditional aluminum.  Cirrus aircraft have many innovative features incorporated into the design, such as a redesigned Avidyne glass cockpit display, XM weather and radio system, EMAX engine and fuel monitoring system, airbags built right into the seat belts, and perhaps the most well-known feature of all: the CAPS parachute system.  CAPS is a parachute built into the airplane which, when activated, will lower the whole airplane to the ground intact. 

The Cirrus SR-20 G3 at Ohio State can be used for private pilot, instrument pilot, commercial pilot, and technically advanced aircraft training.

Cessna 152

The Cessna 152 has been a primary trainer for The Ohio State University for the past 25 years.  The airplane itself is regarded as being one of the best trainers ever built, and more pilots have trained in the Cessna 150/152 than any other airplane.  Many pilots regard the Cessna 152 as being very easy to fly, very forgiving, and able to withstand those “less than perfect” landings that do occasionally happen as a new student begins their training.

The Cessna 152 has two seats, and a single Lycoming engine capable of producing 110 horsepower.  The airplane will cruise around 100 miles per hour, and with a 26 gallon fuel capacity, it has a range of approximately 350 miles.  Ohio State’s Cessna 152 is certified for day and night operations and is normally used for private pilot training.

Fleet Size: 1

Piper Super Cub

We recently added a Piper Super Cub to our fleet through a generous donation. This airplane has been a great addition allowing us to offer tailwheel training and expanding the versatility of our rental fleet. 

 

 

 

Aircraft Simulators

The aircraft are supplemented with the following Flight Training Devices/Simulators: 

Frasca Truflight Flight Training DeviceFrasca Truflight Flight Training Device

Redbird FMX SimulatorRedbird FMX Simulator

CUSTOMERS SAY

What our customers say

 

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"I got it! never in my wildest dreams did I think the hardest part would be choosing my airline. Everybody know this, I am 54 years old and I am about to LIVE my DREAMS! Kiki you are my angel sent from heaven. Thank you!"

"I made it at Alaska. Thanks Kiki I felt so prepared and just as you said I would, I did great. I almost felt bad for people who were so ill prepared, I just knew what to say to every question thanks to you and I got a huge compliment on my outfit and my resume. Thank you always being there to help me whenever I needed you."

"Greetings Kiki! I wanted to let you know that I am an official Endeavor Airlines Flight Attendant and it is hands down, BEST. JOB. EVER. I made it here because of you and I am telling everyone I meet who wants to be a FA that you are the person to make their dreams a reality. Hope to see you in an airport someday!"

"You are a life saver! I have been at my regional carrier for my whole career, and so starting over was a challenge. You have exceeded my expectations, while also being kind enough to re-introduce me to the FA application/resume process which has changed so much since I last applied. You are a God send. I already have two airline video interviews lined up and an invite to a F2F, all after submitting my brand new resume. I have heard Flight Attendants and others in the industry  talk about you and your incredible services for years and am so glad I took advantage of working with you. Thanks so much for your writing skill, talent, compassion and outstanding care and service."

"I love my new resume Kiki! You did such an amazing job, best money I ever spent, really an investment in me and my future as a Flight Attendant. I got an offer last night from a regional and today an offer from American, so I am about to live my dream all thanks to you and the resume you created opening these doors for me. Thank you for offering this very helpful service for all of us Flight Attendants wannabees!"

"I was getting some limited success under my own power, but things didn't really start happening for me until I read your book and asked you to help me with my resume. From that moment it was full thrust, throttles forward for me and my goal was to become a professional Flight Attendant. Even though I have never met you, you have been a huge part of my life path that I have chosen to follow. You have been there EVERY step of the way and you NEVER fail to have great advice and overall support. I can't thank you enough! My new career with SkyWest would not be happening without you, I just smile the widest smile when I see I have an email from you. Thank you Kiki with everything that I have in me for helping me to realize my dream that I have wondered about for so many years. You are true inspiration."

"Guess who is a Delta Flight Attendant? ME!!! WOO HOO!!!!! Thank you Kiki, you made the difference in moving me into this new place in my life and you are a dear for always reading my emails and answering my crazy questions. Owe it all to you!"

 
 
 
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LaVonne Z.
FLIGHT ATTENDANT

Before The Asiana Flight School (AFC), I felt stuck and unfulfilled, but I followed my heart and attended The Travel Academy. TTA has made my dreams a reality. The instructors pushed and encouraged me- at the same time and they gave me the confidence and courage to soar in to the next chapter of my life. I'm so excited that I received a job offer from...my first choice! I'm ready to tackle the training and experience the time of my life! I'm so happy that I decided to attend The Travel Academy. The instructors and staff really care about you. I felt their compassion every step of the way. I've made great friends who encouraged and inspired me during the beginning of my journey and I can't wait to see all of them...!