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Air Creebec inc. - Val-d'Or, Québec

He/she reports directly to the Chief Flight Attendant. DO YOU HAVE THE RIGHT PROFILE?You have High School diploma;You have knowledge of the airline industry;You speak and write French and English fluently... Flight Attendant Work careers...

from: jobillico.com - More than 30 days ago

Ramp Attendant Supervisor  

Air Borealis - Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL

Air Borealis is an airline all can take great pride in. As a company, we have a deep respect and connection to the community, to the environment, and to the people of the North. And we take our corporate... Flight Attendant careers...

from: careerbeacon.com - 11 days ago

Flight Dispatcher  

Voyageur Aviation Corp - North Bay, Ontario, Canada

We are accepting applications to join our Flight Dispatch team. The successful candidate will be responsible for creating operational flight plans, coordinating with Air Traffic Control, Pilots, Flight... flight attendant canada...

from: glassdoor.ca - 24 days ago

Flight Attendant  

Perimeter Aviation - Winnipeg

Flight Attendants are ambassadors of safety and customer service onboard each Perimeter flight. Perimeter Flight Attendants take pride in putting their best foot forward to offer a safe and comfortable... flight attendant school canada...

from: glassdoor.com - 5 days ago

Flight Attendants to be based in Edmonton or Yellowknife  

ELITE Inflight Service - Edmonton

Starting wage is $21.50 per hour plus expenses (29.00 per hour in Yellowknife, plus Northern Living Allowance) and Flight Attendants are guaranteed a minimum of 80 hours per month, regardless of how often... air flight attendant canada...

from: glassdoor.com - 21 days ago

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Flight Attendant

Service and safety are the paramount priorities of a flight attendant. Well before a flight takes off these people are busy preparing the aircraft, and their work doesn’t stop until every passenger has reached their destination. More than just drink servers, flight stewards must be able to save a life.
The responsibilities of this job are vast and various, ranging from assisting passengers in finding their seat to demonstrating the required emergency safety instructions. Far from a glamorous job, flight attendants need to have excellent physical shape, a good demeanor and patience. There are technical skills to master, including CPR first aid and mechanical adjustments to the airplane.
Good people skills are essential. The benefits of the role are obvious to anyone who enjoys travelling and a constantly changing scene. Daily schedules can involve working for as much as 12 or 14 hours, so stamina is important. The job holder must also be available to work 24 hours, 365 days a year.
A high school diploma is the minimum requirement, but many global airlines prefer a college degree in communications, tourism or psychology. There are also special flight training schools that provide the best chance of getting a job. Salaries average at around C
$38,000 a year.

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  • Are flight attendants allowed to have tattoos?????? Berta

    I am looking for a job as flight attendant and I would like to know if there is any general rule that prohibits tattoos. In addition perhaps there are companies that are more permissive in this regard. Do you know which ones? Thank you very much in advance, Berta M.

    • Megan:

      I think that some airlines do not permit visible tattoos or piercings as well. I have met passengers who consider that wearing tattoos shows lack of professionalism and may be offensive. So maybe there are specific airlines with more flexible rules but the most airlines follow it. Regards

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