A flight attendant is friendly, service-oriented professionals who work on planes and in airports. They are trained to help ensure the safety and comfort of passengers during airplane flights. They enjoy working as part of a team to ensure that customer service expectations are met. They are often away from home, and have an opportunity to see different parts of the world.

 

Information provided by Discover Tourism.

Responsibilities

  • Attend pre-flight briefings
  • Check cabin and supplies
  • Greet passengers and assist with seating arrangements
  • Assist with special needs of passengers
  • Demonstrate and explain safety procedures
  • Attend to safety of passengers at take-off, landing or in emergencies
  • Offer food, beverages, blankets, etc. to passengers
  • Tidy aircraft and check for lost items
  • Prepare in-flight service reports and records

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Well groomed, physically fit and in good health
  • Conform to safety standards for height and weight
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • A second language may be a requirement
  • Willingness to relocate
  • Willingness to attend a Transport Canada-approved training program
  • Food and beverage service skills an asset
  • Knowledge of policies, procedures, regulations and legislation an asset
  • Experience working with the public
  • Knowledge of tourism-related geography and information
  • Time management skills
  • A third language an asset
  • Secondary school diploma is required
  • Transport Canada-approved training program is required
  • Public contact work experience may be required

Possible Future Career Paths

  • Purser
  • Steward
  • Trainer
  • Manager of Flight Operations

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