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Re: Becoming a Flight Attendant

New Arrival

Hello! I have always been interested in becoming a flight attendant. After reading this Q&A it seems as though in order to be a flight attendant, you have to live in one of the cities that has a base (Atlanta, Dallas, Chicago, etc). Is that just while you are in the probationary period? Or would I have to permanently relocate to a city where there is a base? I live in Amarillo, TX and we have a Southwest Airport here in town, so I always assumed I could work from here.

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Re: Becoming a Flight Attendant

Top Contributor

Sorry, but with hundreds of planes parked due to the virus, and passenger loads down by 95%, IMO no airline will be hiring any flight crew for a very long time.

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Re: Becoming a Flight Attendant

Active Member

Thank you . I printed that out, great information

 

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Re: Becoming a Flight Attendant

New Arrival

How about hair color acceptance on females, like navy blue for example. Since is the hair color I use? 

 

Thanks

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Re: Becoming a Flight Attendant

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Hi @katrinat27,

 

Thanks for your interest in joining our Team! Unfortunately, it sounds like the information you have received is incorrect. After being selected for an Inflight position, Candidates must complete our Inflight Training program (approx. 3 weeks). After that, they will gain their wings and start to be scheduled!

 

Kelby
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Re: Becoming a Flight Attendant

New Arrival

How do I go about getting the training? I cant find any information on it.

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Re: Becoming a Flight Attendant

New Arrival

Are you guys still hiring? If yes, I would like to apply.