attendant & cabin crew websites
AirCabinCrew An open forum
with multiple discussion topics relevant to crew regarding specific
destinations, free recruitment information and advice, and will soon
host an international chat room facility.
AirlineCareer.com An on-line
informational resource for individuals seeking a flight attendant career
with a major US airline. Over 150 pages of info: minimum qualifications,
pay scales, domiciles, airline fleets, resume templates.
AirlineCommuter.com A site
where airline attendants and pilots can find roommates, crashpads, hotel
sharing, carpools, jetway trades, non-rev passes, and a discussion
forum. Registration required.
AirlineCrew.Net The airline crew bulletin
board. Very active site.
Airline Inflight Resources A company
dedicated to assisting prospective flight attendants in obtaining the
edge in the competitive interview process. Learn how to make an
airline-specific cover letter and resume, how to dress for the
interview, communication skills, sample questions and more. Also,
prepare for training by learning the FAA rules and other important
Association of Flight Attendants, AFL-CIO A
labor union organized by flight attendants for flight attendants to
negotiate better pay, benefits, working conditions, and work rules.
to providing wannabe cabin crew and flight attendants with the knowledge
required before commencing upon a career in the aviation industry.
CabinManagers.Com A message
board community for business flight attendants.
The Corporate Flight Attendant Community
Provides job information, tips, and leads as well industry related
articles, message boards, and a chat room. A resource center for
corporate flight attendants, for those who aspire to become one, and
Crashpads.com This database makes life easier
for flight crews wishing to find a crash pad.
CrewCom For airline crews (and friends) with
links, forums, news.
online database for crew, ex-crew, and colleagues to get in touch.&nbap;
Also, professional career advice on "what to do next" with a huge range
of online courses and stopover suggestions.
CrewStart.com Web portal with a focus on
Crewise A directory of crew recommended
businesses: world guide with discounts and city links, hotel guide,
165 page flight attendant career guide, "The Essential Guide To Becoming
A Flight Attendant" written by American Airlines flight attendant Kiki
Ward will steer you through the process of becoming a professional
flight attendant - from the application process, to the interview, to
training. An indepth look at the career itself is also included.
Specific airline interview overviews are available. The Website
maintains up to the minute hiring information direct from the airlines.
international Website for flight attendants, retirees, and those
interested in becomming flight attendants.
Gofir.com (Global Operators Flight
Information Resource) This site assists international flight crews
(professional corporate pilots and flight attendants) in obtaining
information for the purpose of planning an international flight.
Contains more the 2500 pages with information about over 200 cities in
Inflight Crew Connections
Specializes in flight attendant services by offering supplemental labor,
permanent placement search, corporate flight attendant services
including etiquette training, and various aircraft related services like
aircraft provisioning/stocking, galley and cabin organization.
Inflight Innovations Internet Instruction... 4 I's
An online initial training program that can be accessed by Cabin
Crew/Flight Attendant trainees at home using a personal computer and an
Inflight Safety Page A former
flight attendant describes how to increase your awareness of inflight
safety whenever you're on an aircraft. Introduction, pre-flight,
fire/smoke, decompression, brace position, ditching, examples of
SkyHag.net A site by a working flight
attendant at America West Airlines that provides a communications forum
for local flight attendants. Includes a chat room, a bulletin board
listing items for sale and announcements, reference information about
the airline, humor, polls, and other items of interest to flight
Tiger Lounge For airline employees, past and
present, from around the world: flight attendants, pilots, engineers,
flight engineers, mechanics, reservations, office workers, in fact all
airline workers are welcome. Forums, chat rooms, instant messaging,
airline uniform photos, and much more.