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Flight Attendant

Nancy Meryl Cohen | Teaching

About This Job

What is this job like?

Flight Attendants or cabin crew also know as stewardesses are members of an aircrew employed by airlines to ensure the safety and comfort of passengers aboard commercial flights, on selected business jet aircrafts.

What skills should you have for this job?

The Flight Attendant needs to be personable, and allow for the passengers to feel comfortable during their flight.

How do you get qualified for this job?

You need a high school diploma. You will need to be able to reach overhead bins. You must be between the ages of 18 and 21 years old.

How much does this job pay?

$31,000-$67,000 annually

How many jobs are there/will there be?

limited amounts of positions will be available in the near future.

Are there other jobs like this?

Videos about this job: World’s coolest flight attendant Video

Websites about this job: Nature of the Work


How the Flight Attendant deals with a Flight Delays, assuring that the passengers are comfortable and assuring that the passengers know the safety rules.


To introduce students to the selected career and how the skills necessary are tied to the school curriculum. Students will learn what a flight attendant’s job entails and how they handle situations with the passengers.


Video, article,black board, chalk


Students will pair off into groups of two.

Students will role play a specific topic listed in the lesson section above.

Teacher will write the three selections on the board.

Each group will role play together a topic that they have selected.

Teacher will select groups to share their role playing with the class.

Teacher will write what the students have learned under each section on the board.

Teacher will review the article, “Nature of the Work” with his/her students

Teacher will ask each student to highlight specific details about being a flight attendant.

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