April 14, 2012 | Author: admin | Filed under: interview
HOW TO ANSWER FLIGHT ATTENDANT INTERVIEW QUESTIONS (How to Become a Flight Attendant) eBook: Joseph Belotti: Kindle Store
Developed with feedback from actual airline recruiters, "How to Answer Flight Attendant Interview Questions" is one of the publications in the "How to Become a Flight Attendant" series from AirlineCareer.com. In this 25-page booklet, the author takes a comprehensive look at over 60 different types of questions being asked at flight attendant job interviews. For every question, there is a recommended answer and explanation on what the recruiters are seeking by asking the question.
"How to Answer Flight Attendant Interview Questions" has been completely updated for 2012 with new questions added from real interview profiles from members of AirlineCareer.com. After reading it, you will be well prepared for the toughest questions you may encounter at your flight attendant job interview.
Since only about 1 out of every 100 applicants is ultimately hired as a flight attendant, interview preparation is extremely important. If you are rejected by an airline, you will typically need to wait six to twelve months before you are allowed to reapply. Proper interview preparation will help ensure that you get it right the first time around.
If you have an upcoming flight attendant interview and are serious about pursuing a flight attendant career, this booklet will prove to be an indispensable tool for your preparation.
About the the Publisher:
AirlineCareer.com is dedicated to providing men and women of all ages and backgrounds the necessary resources to evaluate, pursue, and maintain successful flight attendant careers in the US and overseas. The site, with a member and registered user base of over 90,000 from all 50 states and 100 foreign countries, was created by a US major airline captain and flight attendant supervisors. It was launched in August, 2000 and offers individuals comprehensive information on career evaluation and step-by-step instruction on how to apply for and land a job with a major, national or regional airline. Recently, the site was recognized as one of the top aviation web sites by John A. Merry, author of 'The Aviation Internet Directory: A Guide to the 500 Best Web Sites,' published by Aviation Week/McGraw Hill.
About the Author:
Joseph Belotti is a captain for a major airline, a former US Navy pilot and a retired naval officer. Captain Belotti has been an airline industry veteran for over 34 years and has logged over 29,000 hours in his 41 year aviation career. He is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts and holds an MBA degree from Western New England College in Wilbraham, Massachusetts. Captain Belotti is President and Founder of AirlineCareer.com.
- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 83 KB
- Publisher: AirlineCareer.com; 1 edition (January 3, 2012)
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
- Language: English
- ASIN: B006T77K4W
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled