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Flight Attendant Job Openings

This is more than a job. It’s a lifestyle and a place where the view from the office window never gets boring. It’s a chance to grow and develop professionally and personally. You’ll be the champion for an elevated customer experience by delivering the best service in the skies and caring for the thousands of people who choose to fly with us.


The job of a flight attendant is definitely for you if you love traveling, working with people, and dream about reaching the blue sky. On this page, you will find answers to mostly asked questions considering the cabin crew profession and finally, you will have the opportunity to browse through the vacancies for cabin attendants offered by Atlantic Charter.


Private Jet Flight Attendants Career Openings

Flight attendants are members of an aircrew along with pilots and a purser (chief steward or stewardess). The cabin crew is responsible for high-quality in-flight service and ensures passengers' comfort and security during a flight, assists in emergency cases, and also does all the administrative tasks that are necessary onboard.


When it comes to details, flight attendant job duties can be listed as greeting the passengers, briefings before a flight, assurance that all passengers have fastened the seat belts and their bags are safely placed, demonstration of emergency equipment usage, security issues explanation, serving of meals and beverages, administering first aid, taking care of passengers (particular attention is dedicated to children, the elderly, disabled and medically vulnerable individuals), management of conflicts, screening to make sure travelers obey the rules, dealing with emergency events, assistance in aircraft cabin's cleaning. Safety is the main flight attendant's responsibility and only then comes the provision of a pleasant as well as relaxing flying experience to the customers.


Private Plane Flight Crew Job Openings

The cabin crew job is never dull and encounters challenges such as medical events, passengers’ complaints, even fights, on-board fires, turbulences, emergency landings, and other safety issues. Whatever difficulties are faced in an airplane's cabin, flight attendants must stay calm, diplomatic, polite, and always be in a good mood. However, the most valuable quality for an air host/hostess is patience because the cabin crew has to be prepared to deal with misbehaving passengers and manage stressful situations in a very attentive way. Contact us today!


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