Future Flight Attendant FAQs


Frequently Asked Questions

Have a burning question about becoming a flight attendant?

Check out our FAQ’s and see if your question is answered.

Major airlines want you to be 21 years of age, but some airlines hire as young as 19.

Not Future Flight Attendant School!

What you need to learn is how to get hired, not how to become a flight attendant. Our flight attendant school is inexpensive and teaches you everything you need to know to get hired as a flight attendant. 

It depends what you consider “a lot of money”.

I currently make six figures per year working for a major airline, and there are a lot of flight attendants who make a lot more than I do.

My best answer? It depends. There are so many airlines that offer something different for everyone.

Check out flight attendant school and learn how to choose the “best airline for you”.

Not at all! However most airlines want to see that you have at least two years of customer service experience.

You do not need a college degree to become a flight attendant, although airlines do like to see that you have one.

However, it is not necessary.

As a flight attendant you can live anywhere in the world!

You don’t need to work in your city, you can always relocate temporarily and then commute (by air) when you accrue enough seniority to do so.

There is no age limit for flight attendants!

You’re never too old to follow your dreams, and the airlines do not discriminate based on age.

A flight attendant is a career some even pursue after retirement.

If you want to learn everything you need to become a polished applicant quickly, Flight Attendant School is for you.

Future Flight Attendant School is an online learning program that teaches you how to master the hiring process to become a flight attendant.

Yes! Future Flight Attendant offers resume writing servicesresume writing services to align your work history with the flight attendant position.

Absolutely! Being a flight attendant is a great mom job. 

In the beginning of your career there will be some sacrifices, but you will have lots of time off to spend with your family compared to other jobs.

Yes, get a passport ASAP because you may get asked that question in your interview and you want to be ready!

Airlines are becoming more relaxed about tattoos. Check out the blog post Can Flight Attendants Have Tattoos? The Answer May Surprise You for more information.

If your job is flexible and they are fine with you being away at training for 4-6 weeks it may be possible.

If you have an online business, drive Uber or something similar, then yes!

It’s great to have a second income your first few years of flying.

Some airlines are doing all the interviewing online, while others are still doing face to face interviews.

Some airlines will fly you for free to the interview, while others do not, so it depends on the airline.

That depends! Sometimes it can go rather quickly, other times it can take months to get through the process. 

Check out the Flight Attendant Quick Start Guide. It’s a free download and will help you get started on the path to your flight attendant career.

Future Flight Attendant School is a four week online learning program that is self paced. Each week a new module is available for a total of four weeks. 

Learn at your own pace.

You can complete Flight Attendant School in as little as four weeks, but with lifetime access you can take as much time as you would like to complete the program.

How does lifetime access sound?

You will have lifetime to the Future Flight Attendant School for as long as it exists. 

Yes! All students are eligible upon completion of the course to share the course with others.

For each person who enrolls in Future Flight Attendant School with your affiliate code, you will get a 20% commission.

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