Flight Attendant Job Finder & Career Guide by Tim Kirkwood

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Did you know that lesser-known charters, regional airlines, and corporate flight operations are rapidly hiring flight attendants even as the big airlines make headlines with staff cutbacks in the wake of September 11? With competition for flight attendant positions more intense than ever, author Tim Kirkwood applies his 35 years of flight attendant experience to guide you to the airlines that are hiring and show you the ins and outs of this unique profession. Tim gives you the lowdown on:

How to survive the one-of-a-kind interviewing process so you get hired.

Why it is crucial that you select the airlines that are right for you to start your flight attendant career.

All U.S. and Canadian airlines: Tim's directory includes each airline's application requirements, pay scale, training, domiciles, and more - so you can select the airlines you most want to work for (free online updates).

What types of background make you an attractive candidate to the airlines.

Everything you need to know to succeed as a professional flight attendant.


About Tim Kirkwood

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Kirkwood began in flying career in 1976. His flexible scheduling of his flight attendant career has allowed him to pursue many other vocations, including disk jockey, tour director, bartender, and author.
Published October 22, 2002 by Planning/Communications. 178 pages
Genres: . Non-fiction

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