The Professional Flight Attendant Academy Makes Careers Takeoff!

Our business is focused on one thing – getting students like you prepared for airline interviews, getting offered a job, and important parts of training. That’s it.

Start Your Career With Us

When looking for a flight attendant prep school, you have many choices. What makes us different than the other flight attendant schools is our school was founded and developed by a flight attendant management and training expert with over 18 years of management, recruitment and training experience (This means he did the interviews, selection, hiring and training of new hire flight attendants!). Over the last few years, our course developer helped prepare friends of his for interviews and the hardest parts of training. Today, those friends are traveling around the world and one in particular is now part of her airline’s safety department. Now, our proven program is ready to prepare you for the interviews and make it through training. We’re BBB rated. See for yourself!

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Interview Preparations

Learn how to answer the types of questions you will be asked during the interview. Being prepared makes the difference between the TBNT letter and “Congratulations! You are scheduled to attend training on…”

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Be Ready For Tests

Once you get selected, you have to pass training. Through years of experience training (and sending home) trainees, we know the parts students struggle with. Guess what – we prep you for it to pass!

We Love Our Students

We’ve experienced the excitement of working as a flight attendant, traveling the world and making lifetime friends. Now, our job is to prep you into the perfect, best candidate and trainee you can be. We look forward to seeing you!

We’ll get you that interview!

Anyone can apply for a flight attendant job, but it’s a lot harder than you think!  We prepare you for every step of the way to get you an interview and get hired. Is our school qualified to prep you for getting hired? Look for yourself at the qualifications of our course developer and instructor, Donald Wecklein. See and decide for yourself if he’s qualified!

Helping Careers Take Off

Depending on the airline, there can be hundreds, thousands, tens of thousands, and incredibly hundreds of thousands that apply. However, many of the flight attendant hopefuls are eliminated during the application process. We revise your resume to make it stand out over the other applicants and get selected by the automation. Then it’s on to the interviews, where we prep and teach you how to properly answer the questions. We do a lot of mock interviews in class with you; you’ll be excellent at interviewing by training with us!

What you learn at our school

  • Before you apply to an airline + passport info

  • Appearance – the right look for the interviews

  • Social media – how it can help and harm your career

  • Airline video interview preparation

  • Airline Face-to-Face interview preparation 

  • Airline Face-to-Face interview preparation, what to do and not to do

  • Airline types – what they do and which suits your needs

  • Aircraft orientation and familiarization

  • Routine of flight

  • Understanding door/slide operation

  • Airport codes, USA and international for Major and Regional Airlines
  • 24 hour clock and why it’s used

  • Time zones – what you need to know

  • Phonetic alphabet

  • Things to know while you’re in training

  • Oxygen systems

  • Airline terminology

  • Firefighting

  • Irregular situations

  • Turbulence

  • Decompressions

  • Weather conditions

  • Hands-on activities in classroom!

  • And more benefits that only our classroom attendees experience!

Training dates for 2019

  • January 11 – 13

  • February 08 – 10

  • March 22 – 24

 

  • April 19 – 21

  • May 17 – 19

  • June 07 – 09

  • July 19 – 21

  • August 09 – 11

  • September 13 – 15

  • October 11 – 13

  • November 15 – 17

  • December 13 – 15

Ready To Get Started?

Meet Our Course Developer, Donald Wecklein

After working as a flight attendant for 8 years, I got into management and training and found I absolutely loved teaching and training new-hires, watching them go from knowing very little, all the way to becoming a fully qualified flight attendant. Today, I bring that same passion into our flight attendant school to help those wanting to become a flight attendant to stand out and be prepared for training. I’ve screened countless resumes, conducted open house interviews, one-on-one interviews, selected and trained hundreds of aspiring crewmembers, like you are wanting to do today.  Learn more about my experience on my LinkedIn profile.

Ask us questions – that’s what we’re here for!

If you’re interested in becoming a flight attendant and don’t know where to start, call us or email us. We’ll be happy to answer questions you may have. Once you sign up for classroom training, we are there to serve you and prep you for your next career as a flight attendant.