August Webinar Show Notes

By on Aug 25, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Once a month, Flight Attendant Career Connection offers a free webinar the 2nd Thursday of each month.  If you missed August’s, watch it here:


Hi! I’m Abbie Unger, the owner of Flight Attendant Career Connection and I help aspiring flight attendants earn their wings so that they can live the dream.

Delta is currently accepting applications!  They are planning to hire 1,800 new flight attendants which is awesome news.  Last year they hired about 400.

Getting hired by Delta:

Step one, apply! Ok, really step one is to make sure your resume includes keywords that can easily picked out be a computer.


Team work

Cash Handling

Emergency procedures

Followed regulations

Customer service


After you apply, be prepared for a phone interview.  Then a video interview. Then a face to face interview in ATL.

The best way to prepare for this is coaching.  One on One coaching is available with Abbie to help you navigate these new interview waters.

Check out Tell Me Tuesday for free interview help.


Books I Recommend:

Looking Skyward: Turn Your Flight Attendant Dream Into Reality

The Total Money Makeover: Classic Edition: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness

48 Days to the Work You Love

Are You Living Or Existing?: 9 Steps to Change Your Life

Q and A Time!

The best way to get hired? 

Apply! Apply! Apply! (Click here for a list of airlines.)

 Best cities for a quick 48 hour trip?

New York City

Washington DC

McAllen, TX (or any city that has warm weather and open seats)

 So what’s the deal with Norwegian Airline?

The 787’s are nice, but they are surrounded by controversy.  (Click here to read a letter from the AFA.)

Do you want to have a FACC meet up in your city?  Let me know!


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