Tips on Finding Employment as a Corporate Flight Attendant
Corporate flying is much more lucrative than working for the airlines, especially for flight attendants. Most flight attendants can expect starting salaries at least twice that of their airliner brethren. Let's see what it will take for you to enter this exciting profession.
Corporate Flight Attendant, Business Aviation, Career Counseling, Work, Job Tips, Resume Writing
I will not pretend that this is the easiest topic to write about. In fact, my knowledge of how one finds work as a private flight attendant is based chiefly on what others have shared with me. You can find some useful tips within the many threads written on the Corporate Flight Attendant Community message boards at , but to save you from culling through hundreds of threads I will highlight various standout points and include others that have been shared with me over the past several years by industry insiders:
* Cold calling. Time honored and time tested this is an important method for finding work and it is also one of the hardest for the majority of people to do. If you do not have the skills to contact strangers you will find an important avenue for securing work omitted. Even the unskilled can accomplish much by attempting this step...practice, practice, practice and you will get the hang of it. You many never feel comfortable doing it, but you accomplish much by trying. Always keep this in mind: ever
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