- Domestic Flight Attendant
- International Flight Attendant
- Corporate Flight Attendant
Where Can You Work:
- Any major city
- Northern Canada (Arctic)
- Exceptional customer service skills
- Safety-conscious mindset
- Passion for continuous learning
Ability to respond quickly and effectively to problems, making decisions that ensure the safety of crew and passengers
Skills in monitoring the general condition of the aircraft cabin, and adjusting accordingly to maintain passenger safety or enhance their in-flight experience
Ability to work collaboratively with others to achieve organizational goals
Proficiency in delivering friendly and attentive service to passengers in order to maintain their comfort
Where to Train: Flight attendants typically receive their training from the airlines that hire them. Once hired, the airline company will conduct a training program, which can last from several weeks to a few months, depending on the company and the specific requirements of the job. The training program usually takes place at the airline’s flight training center and is designed to prepare flight attendants to pass the airline’s required exams and Transport Canada certification.
Length of Training: The average duration is between 1 – 3 months.
- Excellent customer service skills
- Strong problem-solving skills
- Ability to work well in a team
- High attention to detail
Cost of training: Training is typically provided free of charge.
Average Starting Salary: $25,000 – $35,000 per year Average Max Salary: $80,000 per year
Additional Information: The role requires excellent customer service skills and the ability to respond effectively to unexpected situations, ensuring passenger and crew safety. It also involves working collaboratively with team members and delivering friendly, attentive service to passengers. Continuous learning is a key aspect of the role, as is the ability to adjust to varying in-flight conditions to enhance the passenger experience.