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Table of Contents
                            Types of Interview Questions
Questions on Job History
Questions on Education
Questions on the Company
Questions on Job Description
Questions on In-Flight Scenarios
Questions on Relocation
Questions on Reliability
Questions on Self-Analysis
Questions on Communication
Questions on Behavior (STAR Method)
Appendix
Useful Links
About the Author
About the Publisher
Special Offer
[email protected]
                        
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How to Answer


Flight Attendant Interview Questions


2012 Edition


By Joseph Belotti, President, AirlineCareer.com


Table of Contents


Types of Interview Questions * Questions on Job History * Questions on

Education * Questions on the Company * Questions on Job Description * Questions
on In-Flight Scenarios * Questions on Relocation * Questions on Reliability *

Questions on Self-Analysis * Questions on Communication * Questions on Behavior
(STAR Method) * Appendix * Useful Links * About the Author * About the Publisher *

Special Offer


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informed if you ever run late or will miss a trip due to any of the reasons cited above.




The interviewer wants to know that you will take action in such a situation. Being
able to recognize a weakness in the team and make the necessary adjustments
(through constructive criticism) demonstrates leadership, maturity, responsibility and
good motivational skills. Give an example of a real-life situation and the outcome.





Tell a specific story about an experience where you were a member of a team
working with one or more coworkers. Show how teamwork allowed you to
accomplish the task more efficiently than if you had attempted to do it alone. As a
flight attendant, you will constantly be working with other flight attendants where
the team concept will be critical to the successful completion of the flight.





Give a specific example of a situation where you acted responsibly by helping a
fellow employee. For example, perhaps you filled in for an employee whose mother
was very ill or you completed a project for a worker who was out sick. Assuming
other people’s responsibilities shows a strong work ethic and consideration for
others.





Give a specific example of a situation in which you were able to motivate others
to complete a project. Interviewers like applicants who are enthusiastic and have the
ability to motivate others. This creates a high degree of morale within a company. In
order to do their jobs in front of the public, flight attendants must be enthusiastic and
motivated about what they do.

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training?



A mature, responsible applicant will answer this question honestly, stating that it
is common courtesy to give a 2-week notification to his or her present employer. If
you are not currently employed, "immediately" would be the correct answer here. In
either case, be very specific as to the time frame. If you need a few days to get your
personal affairs in order, say so. Many applicants have been turned down for the job
because they could not give a specific answer to this question.


Questions on Self-Analysis


These questions allow the interviewer to measure your self-confidence (i.e., your

ability to recognize your own strengths and weaknesses). Knowing your own
personal attributes and limitations will be helpful in the performance of your duties
as a flight attendant.



What are your strengths?



When discussing your strengths, use terms that are relevant to the flight
attendant position. Interviewers love to hear that applicants have a strong work
ethic, are friendly, self-disciplined, work well under stress, are responsible, poised,
etc. Give examples of each of your strengths (Review the desirable qualities of a
flight attendant).



What are your weaknesses?



Turn your weaknesses into strengths or show how you are aware of certain
weaknesses, but have managed to overcome them. For example, if you are a
perfectionist, explain how you realize that it is not a perfect world and sometimes
perfectionism can prove to be a hindrance.



What assets qualify you for this position?



See "What are your strengths?" (above).

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We hope you have learned a great deal from reading “Flight Attendant
Interview Questions.” Thank you again for your purchase.


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are also planning additional publications on a variety of subjects relating to the flight
attendant career.


We wish you luck in your flight attendant job search and hope to see you onboard

again soon!






Joseph P. Belotti, Jr.

President

AirlineCareer.com

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