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!
Today I'd like to talk about something that seems a little difficult in our search for the next best employment opportunity: Gratitude.
Gratitude is perhaps one of the most difficult things to muster up during a rigorous and harrowing experience such as unemployment, homelessness, and similar events, but I would argue that it is perhaps the most important thing to muster up--more than hope, more than tenacity, more than even…
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’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.
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.
Delta announced the company is hiring up to 1,000 Flight Attendants. Go to Delta Career Page for more details and application information. Also, check out the Job Application FAQ page for helpful answers to common questions on the hiring process.
I've been trying to get a position with Delta for years! I love the airline and I love Atlanta. I just can't seem to get my foot in the door. Any suggestions?
I work for Delta as a flight attendant and everyone thinks of us as a waitress or waiter, but guess what we aren't! Our first priority is to keep you safe. We actually take classes and learning self-defense, how to take care of violent passengers (should it happen), how to handle an emergency, and even how to do CPR. I sometimes think being a flight attendant is harder than being a police officer. At the end of the day Delta or ANY airline has to…
Delta has been recognized as the nation's top airline overall! And they have a number of jobs available, from reservation sales and customer service to information technology and operations: https://www.deltajobs.net/career_destinations.htm
Delta Airlines announced they are #Hiring up to 1000 Flight Attendants by 2019! Interested applicants must comply with the following to qualify for the job opportunity:
> Work a Flexible Schedule
> Have a High School Degree or GED
> Be at least 21 years old by Jan. 1, 2019
> Be able to work in the United States
> Be fluent in English.
Interested? Go to https://www.deltajobs.net/ and apply today!
Remember who the customer is. Excel in empathy. Stay focused on being polite and respectful regardless of how frustrated or angry your customer is. Represent the Delta brand with excellent customer service to retain the customer and turn the negative to a positive. The customer may forget what you say but they will not forget how you make them feel.