FLIGHT ATTENDANT

LIFESTYLE


Our flight attendants provide a safe and memorable on-board experience for every customer, every day, on every flight by creating a warm and welcoming environment for our guests. We are looking for service-oriented professionals with a passion for customer service and helping others.

 

THE ROLE OF A FLIGHT ATTENDANT

A flight attendant is primarily responsible for: 

SAFETY:  Safety is our # 1 priority on ALL Endeavor flights. Flight attendants ensure the safety of our customers, fellow crew members, and themselves.

SERVICE: We expect our flight attendants to deliver excellent customer service and hospitality “from the heart,” demonstrating a graciousness that will be remembered by our customers

 

 

 

HOW MANY FLIGHTS CAN I EXPECT TO FLY ON A TYPICAL DAY?

The number of flights will vary based on the trip assigned. However, as an Endeavor flight attendant, you can expect to fly from one to six flights in a day.

 

 

 

HOW MANY DAYS OFF DO I GET?

Flight attendants receive a minimum of 11 days off per month.

 

 

 

AS A FLIGHT ATTENDANT ON RESERVE, HOW MUCH TIME DO WE SPEND AWAY FROM BASE?

Time away from home varies depending on the trip assigned. As a reserve flight attendant, you could be assigned a one (1) to five (5) day trip.

 

 

 

HOW MANY HOURS AM I REQUIRED TO BE AVAILABLE PER MONTH WHILE ON RESERVE?

• Home reserve days are 14 hours

• Ready reserve days are 8 hours at the airport and can be extended to 14 hours if given a flight assignment.

 

 

HOW DOES COMMUTING WORK?

We recognize that some flight attendants do not permanently reside in their assigned base. Flight attendants are able to travel space-available (standby) on Delta Air Lines to get to and from work.

They may also travel space-available on other airlines at a lower priority. Please be aware that having lower seniority can make commuting more difficult. Commuting may reduce your number of days you are at home.