You have to be 21, but there’s no age cap to apply! You don’t need prior experience, but you should have customer service background! You have to be willing to relocate! www.flightattendantcareers.com
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To be working with help on days like they had on the second shift and not have crew chief plot again you, make up lies and get you fired.
having a positive attitude and focus on your customers needs allows your experience and theirs to be the best.
Go for it
Can't think of one single mistake, American Airlines was and is a good company to work for. It afforded me the opportunity to raise a family, see the world while moving up the ranks.
American Airlines taught it's employees who to handle stressful situations. Anger never solved the problem, but by listening and being sympathetic to the customer or co-worker problem, I was usually able to diffuse the situation.
Every day was different, this gave you the opportunity to showcase your strengths while learning the intricate parts of human relationships.
My husband is seeking a job in Computer Program Database Analysts position. The company he was with is down sizing. He worked for for America Airlines in the flight training department for 25 years. We had just moved to the north Dallas area before he was laid off. I am disabled and in need of something fairly quickly l.
My advice to people interested in working at #AmericanAirlines as a #Screener-Security/Check-inagent ...
Be very patient and professional. Its not easy to deal with highly stressful passengers. Have a flexible schedule because extra hours required are not uncommon.
Most people that become angry,Is due to frustration. My job is to find the root cause of their frustration and how if anything I can do to assist them. A lot of the time people just want to be kept informed. So frequent announcement are important. There are times no matter what you say to a customer it's not good enough. It could be their prejudices and biases, however that is their concern. They may just want to speak to a higher authority. I…