Airline Interview Overviews
Outshine your interview competition by knowing exactly what to expect at your airline interview before you go! In addition to our best selling career guide we are proud to be exclusively offering airline interview overviews! This information is direct from trusted sources. It is information made available only to us, if you see it somewhere else, they got it here! The specific questions you'll be asked, group participation exercises, and the complete script of the interview from arrival to departure! The overview will walk you through the interview from the time you arrive until the time you depart. You will shine in the highly competitive airline flight attendant interview process by being prepared and knowing exactly what to expect before you go!
The overviews are not books, they are the step by step interview for each specific airline and each airline interview varies in both content and length. We recommend them as an enhancement to our Flight Attendant hiring guide, The Essential Guide to Becoming a Flight Attendant.
Airline overviews are available by instant download. At final checkout you will receive a link to download your selection. Look for the RED download button on the right hand side of the page after you submit.
No waiting, no shipping costs, what could be easier?
Each overview is $9.95
Interview Overview DOWNLOAD FAQ'S
How do I download the overview?
Once you have completed the purchase process, an interview download will appear to the right of your screen in red. Simply click on the link to open the overview.
I have downloaded the overview but cannot locate it on my computer.
Watch carefully when you begin the process of the download. Your computer will download it to a program of your choice, or default to a program like Microsoft Word, Word Perfect, etc..
My download did not work.
Email us immediately, and will email the overview(s) you ordered directly to your inbox.
Wait, this is not 145 pages?
No, The Essential Guide to Becoming a Flight Attendant is 145 pages, each airline overview is 4-16 pages depending on the length of the individual airline interview. IT IS the interview, from check in to departure and it is an amazing and valuable tool packed with what you can expect that day.
Airline Interview/ What to expect FAQ's
I have been asked to do a video interview with an airline that I applied to, help please!
Many airlines are using the
video interview as a tool to pre-screen applicant prior to inviting them
to a Face to Face session. It is an important part of your evaluation,
and you need to be ready for this step. Once you apply online to the
airlines that use video sessions, you will be initially screened and if
selected, contacted to complete a video session.
Some airlines still use a phone
interview as part of the screening session, follow the directives
above as far being engaging and interactive, and since you will be
speaking in person to an actual recruiter, you can really demonstrate
some personality. Professionalism is still key, and always remember the
listen carefully to what you are asked so your answer is concise and to
the point. Having a note pad and documenting highlights of what is asked
so you can answer clearly is a great trick. You need to have great phone
manners, a confident demeanor, and always complete the call by thanking
the recruiter for the opportunity,
I am invited to a F2F! (Face to Face Interview) What can I expect?
You can expect a full, busy
day! If your airline is providing travel for you, it may a very long day
as you normally arrive, interview, and depart the same day. If you are
being provided travel, you need to show up for your flight dressed for
your interview! From the time you check in for your flight, you are
"on" and recognizable to agents and crew as an applicant. Once
you arrive at the interview location (whether it is an open session or an
invitation session) expect to sign in, show documentation, be given a
complete company overview as a group, introduce yourself and participate
in group sessions or a one on one session, or both.
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