Flight Attendant Schools

  • How would you like to get paid for traveling the world? Well then start training for a rewarding career as a flight attendant! Most airlines offer their own in-house flight attendant training certification programs, once you get hired. You can better your chances of getting hired by completing your training at a school that offers the Flight Attendant Certificate of Demonstrated Proficiency Course.
  • Rio Salado Community College   Tempe, Arizona
    Orange Coast College   Costa Mesa, California
    The Airline Academy   Daytona Beach, Florida
    Aptis Aviation School   Stow, Massachusetts
    The Travel Academy   Eagan, Minnesota
    The Institute of Travel   Las Vegas, Nevada
    Mercer County Community College   West Windsor, New Jersey

    Flight Attendants

    Flight attendants or cabin crew (also known as stewards, air hosts/hostesses, or stewardesses) are members of an air-crew employed by the airlines or private air charger companies to ensure the safety and comfort of the passengers aboard commercial flights as well as on select business and corporate jet aircraft. Almost all airlines will provide the training that you need to become a flight attendant. But to be competitive in today's market you should think about paying your way through your flight attendant training. You will probably have a better chance finding a flight attendant job if you have your Flight Attendant Certificate of Demonstrated Proficiency.

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