Saturday, September 12, 2009

Airline Career

Dahil isa nga akong flight attendant hopeful, I came across this site sa pagbabrowse ko ng kung anu anong site re being a flight attendant

Out of curiosity na rin and obsession? hahaha, I took this test and nandito rin yung result: so here it goes:

Pre-Qualification Test Results

Congratulations! Based on the information you've provided, you have an excellent chance of getting hired as a flight attendant. See below for detailed analysis. Or, click here to pursue a flight attendant career right now!
AGE
A recent study by the Association of Flight Attendants (AFA) showed that over 1/2 of all flight attendant applicants hired over a one year period were between the ages of 21 and 29. So, at 21, you're at a very desirable age for a flight attendant position.
HEIGHT
The largest percentage of flight attendants hired is between 5'2" and 5'9". As a result, you're considered to be in the ideal height range.
WEIGHT
Airlines used to have stringent height-to-weight guidelines; however, due to a number of recent discrimination lawsuits, most airlines are simply looking for your height and weight to be proportional. Airlines are seeking individuals with the necessary strength to open emergency doors, the agility to attend to passengers in sometimes cramped working conditions, and the stamina to survive 14-hour days. By keeping yourself in pretty good shape, you don't have anything to worry about in this area.
EDUCATION
Just about every airline requires that you have a high school degree or Government equivalency Degree (G.E.D.). So, you're in excellent shape here with a Bachelor's degree! Over one-third of all flight attendants working today have an Associate's or Bachelor's degree.
CUSTOMER SERVICE
Your customer service experience will give you a competitve advantage in your quest to become a flight attendant. Customer service experience is a very important qualification. Remember that you'll be working in front of the public on a daily basis. From greeting, serving, and assisting passengers to making announcements, you'll always be representing the company in a customer service role. Because it's very important to project a positive image, airlines are very careful about selecting candidates who have experience working with the public.
SECOND LANGUAGE
Very few airlines require you to be able to speak a second language (in addition to English), but you'll have a difficult time getting hired if you don't speak English. Most airlines that have special language requirements do so because of certain international routes. Check with each airline for specific language requirements before you apply.



**haaaay, I really hope so!!! **

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