Pros: health benefits, travel discounts, free flights, great co-workers
Cons: 12 to 16 hour days but when you love the job this doesn't matter
Report to airport 45 min prior to flight departure, prepare cabin by checking supplies, emergency equipment, water levels and lav. Report any problems to the Pilot in command. Board passenger’s 30 min prior to departure. Assist with disabled customers, children, luggage, and seating discrepancies during the boarding process. Ensure cabin is secure before – more... leaving the gate. Safety demo during taxi and check cabin is secure before takeoff. After the aircraft has reached 10,000 feet a full beverage service is done and customer comfort is of highest importance. Clean cabin before landing and ensure cabin is once again secure. Welcome arrival announcement is made after landing. Once aircraft is secure at the gate customers will deplane and you will prepare the cabin for the next passengers.
THIS AIRLINE OPERATES MOSTLY AIRCRAFT THAT ONLY REQUIRE 1 FLIGHT ATTENDANT ON-BOARD SO, YOU WILL BE WORKING BY YOURSELF MOST OF THE TIME. MUST BE CONFIDENT THAT YOU CAN HANDLE ANY PROBLEM OR EMERGENCY ALONE IN THIS POSITION. The company will provide you will all the medical skills they can. They will also provide light training in self-defense. – less