Last updated on January 30th, 2019 at 07:54 am

Dear future flight attendant,

I will keep this page short and to the point. Here’s what I get for you today:

Flight attendant interview guide

In the book you will find multiple great answers to each of the following questions:

  • Have you ever flown with an aircraft before? How did you feel about the flight attendants and their work?
  • What do you think are the main duties of the flight attendant on the short distance and long distance flight?
  • What do you consider the most difficult thing about this job?
  • What caught your eye on our job offer, our airline?
  • Why do you believe you can be a good flight attendant?
  • What are your weaknesses as a flight attendant?
  • What characterizes a good boss (colleague) from your point of view?
  • Describe a conflict you had with your colleague.
  • Describe a situation when you went above and beyond with your service (for the customer, for the colleague).
  • Describe a time when you had to deal with an angry or upset client (passenger).
  • … and 15 other tough questions you may face in your flight attendant interview.

Check the sample to see how this book can help you:

 

Sample from the eBook


Question 8: Why do you believe you can be a good flight attendant?

Hint:

Show some confidence in your skills. Tell the interviewers that people enjoy talking to you, that you have a good understanding of the job, that you know what is expected from an excellent flight attendant. When you had a customer service position before, you can relate to the positive experience customers had with you in your last job.

Sample answers:

– My friends consider me a good listener, they say I am attentive to their needs and feelings. I am also a very organized person, and can follow the rules. These things make me believe that I can become a good flight attendant.

– I’ve worked in a retail store before, helping customers with their choice of new clothes. I always managed to make a good connection with the customers, and they actually posted great reviews online, praising the people from the store. It feels great to help someone, I love that feeling. In my opinion it is the right attitude for a flight attendant.

– I have watched a lot of interviews with flight attendants, and also experienced their work first hand, often traveling with the airlines. From all I saw and heard, I believe I have all it takes to become a good flight attendant. I feel ready for the nice things, and also for the difficult things this job brings to one’s life. More than anything else, it is my dream job.

End of the sample


 

That was just one question. You will find 25 in the eBook, including personal, behavioral, and technical questions. But that’s not all.

To ensure you will get the job, I included in the book six principles you need to understand before you can ace this interview.

Without talking too much about them, let me show you another sample from the book:

 

Sample no. 2


Principle nr. 3:Show your willingness (or even your eagerness) to learn, and adapt

One of the biggest mistakes you could do in this interview would be claiming that you were ready to start the job, without any training.

As I already mentioned, airline companies have their training programs, and strict policies.

They are not looking for candidates who are ready to start immediately, for creative people who always have their own way of doing things. These are the worst candidates for them

On the contrary, they try to hire people with the right personality for the job, preferably with little previous experience in the field.  

They are looking for people they can train, for people who will work according to their books.

This can be you, and it doesn’t matter if you’ve just graduated, or if you’ve worked in the clouds for the past ten years. The key is to show your willingness to learn, and follow their way of doing things…….

End of the sample


 

Matthew, author of the eBook

So that’s it. I do not want to waste your time with lengthy sales pages, fake reviews, and imaginary discounts, just like other people do on their websites, while selling various digital products.

You have read the samples, you know what the eBook is about, and surely you can tell whether it will help you, or not.

I sincerely believe it will help you in your flight attendant interview. It will help you a lot. And you can read it easily in two hours, it’s 9,000 words. Only things that truly matter, no secondary content.

Plus, of course, like with everything else we sell here on InterviewPenguin.com, you have a risk free sixty days money back guarantee. If you don’t like this eBook for any reason, or no reason at all, just let me know (email me at matthew[at]interviewpenguin[dot]com) within 60 days and I will give you a full refund.

Quick summary

Flight attendant interview guide

  • Brilliant answers to twenty five difficult questions you may get in your flight attendant interview.
  • Several sample answers to each question, including answers for people without previous working experience.
  • Six principles of acing the flight attendant interview, things you simply need to know to make the right impression on the interviewers.
  • Instant download, .PDF format (you can read it on any device (mobile, kindle, PC), and you can easily print it).
  • Secure and simple checkout with PayPal, you can pay with your credit/debit card, or with your PayPal account.
  • Price: $17.77, one time payment, 60 days risk free money back guarantee .
  • No hidden fees, no upsell, no crappy bonuses. Just one eBook that includes everything you need to know to get a job of a flight attendant.
  • Click the checkout button below to proceed to the payment.

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That’s it guys, thank you for supporting Interview Penguin, and I wish you good luck in your interview! Remember that with most airlines, you have only one chance in an interview. Do not let it slip between your fingers…

Sincerely,

Matthew Chulaw, your personal interview coach

P.S. If you have any questions, just send me a message to matthew[at]interviewpenguin[dot]com. Unless flying somewhere, I typically answer all emails within 6 hours. Thank you!

Matthew Chulaw

Matthew has been working in international recruitment since 2008. He helps job seekers from all walks of life to pursue their career goals, and to prepare for their interviews. He is the founder of InterviewPenguin.com website.
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