Delta Airlines is hiring up to 1,000 new flight attendants. Here's what you need to know before you apply:
- Eligible to work in the US
- 21 years old by January 1, 2020
- Fluent English
- Current travel Documents
- at least one year of experience in "personalized customer service, patient care or similar role.
To apply, simply go to https://deltaflightattendants.avature.net and follow the online application instructions. Good Luck!
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Hello Lenin are you still hiring for flight attendants for Delta?
Everyone says it's hard to get a job as a flight attendant and it is because they are picky. but it's not impossible. I love my job with Delta but it did take a few applications to get my interview. Once you get that interview and you can handle all the training the job is pretty great.
I had an older gentleman on my Delta flight last week that was really, really, really nervous about flying. During my years as a flight attendant, I have seen that a lot but this poor guy was freaked out. The seat next to him was empty so I asked if he wanted someone to sit with him and he said I could. We talked it out, he got a drink and before we knew it we were landing. It felt good to help him out.
I work for Delta as a male flight attendant. I get snickers from people I don't know sometimes when I tell them what I do. Really? Who cares about gender?! I am good at what I do. I get free travel and you don't. I meet awesome people and you don't. I get to move around and have amazing co-workers. So the jokes on them!
I’m a ramp agent for Delta Airlines, and I also take hip hop dance classes in me free time. When I’m on the job, I like to dance and practice the routines we learn in class because it makes my day go by quicker! I have great coworkers too so even though they started off by making fun of me now a couple of them are grooving during th work day too! I always try to make work fun anyway I think it helps break up the boring stuff.