Here’s interview questions flight attendant job candidates have to answer

interview questions flight attendant job candidates

The competition between flight attendant candidates is so tough that many applicants compete with each other at interviews. Airlines use various interviewing techniques, video interviews, Q&A sessions, and in-person meetings to shortlist potential candidates. Here are some toughest questions collected from various interviews asked by different airlines.

► Create a PA announcement for a couple celebrating their 50th year anniversary’ Delta Airlines
► You have one seat left on a flight, and you have five passengers waiting on standby: A military man in uniform, a pregnant woman, a woman and her infant child, an elite customer who is a frequent flyer of Northwest Airlines, and a gentleman trying to go and see his ill sister. Who will be the one to get the empty seat on the flight, and why?’ Northwest Airlines (now Delta Airlines)
► I’m a customer who refuses to close their laptop before takeoff what do you do?’ Then, ‘You come back and I still haven’t turned it off what do you do now?’ United Airlines
► Can you recall a time when you had to break an obligation, and for what reason?’ JetBlue
► What is the International Distress Signal?’ US Airways
► If you could be anywhere in the world right now where would you be?’ American Airlines
► What would you do if a passenger told you it was their loved one’s remains inside the urn they were holding and they didn’t want to place it underneath the seat?’ Alaska Airlines
► Convince us that you can work under pressure.’ Virgin America
► Describe a time you were in an emergency situation and how did you handle it?’ Southwest Airlines
► A fellow employee is texting during takeoff what do you do?’ Alaska Airlines
► What is your understanding of reserve status?’ United Airlines
► How many basketballs would fit in this room?’ Delta Airlines

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