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Yes: get your flight attendant resume sample 6pack plus the extra bonus free downloads I have included now. Simply opt-in to the FAAN ezine and download the following when you confirm your subscription

1) The Resume Sample 6pack
(Real resumes from applicants that are now Flight Attendants)

2) Confessions of a Flight Attendant (ebook)
(Discover how one applicant succeeded after failure and a whole lot more...)

3) Quick and Easy links to every airline career web page listed on this site
(Save time, money and a lot of effort right here...)

4) Plus... Your Special introductory three Chapters of Step-1 of the AFAA 3-step system
(Check out the index with these three chapters to discover the secrets of this package...)



PS: (More Airline Flight Attendant career website links will then be sent to you as they are added)





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So... now that you have your flight attendant resume sample 6pack, lets discuss what the real purpose of your flight attendant resume is

Your resume is your passport to an interview

There are literally hundreds of books that advise how to put a resume together. The merits of the different formats will not be discussed here but what you should recognize is that your resume should be designed to do one thing and one thing only. That is...

Your resume must sell you in a way that gets you an interview with an Airline

What you are about to download will show you that there is great variety in the sample of resumes and not all follow the rules of a ‘perfect resume’. In fact some are far less than perfect in structure but have still been good enough to go on and get you an interview for their owner.

I have deliberately put this small collection together to emphasise to you that you must also have content that is targeted to the criteria asked for from that particular airline.

NOTE: All the resumes in the Flight Attendant Resume Sample 6pack belong to ‘Real’ Flight Attendants.

Certainly you must make your first impressions count but you must also address the criterion sought. This might be the difference between past experiences as opposed to relevant experience as some airlines may only want people with a minimum of 12 months of flight attendant experience or experience on a particular aircraft type. Or again, a criterion may be a targeted language speaking ability or a willingness to relocate to a particular company domicile.

Subtle yet significant, so make sure you read what they are looking for and tick their asking criteria off as you address each point in your resume.

Keep in mind, your resume is competing with literally thousands of others so you have to target the stated criteria, you have to be brief, to the point, and do not waste words so choose them very carefully and remember it’s not war and peace, it’s your resume so keep it concise.

In effect your resume really is an ‘advert,’ some would say sales letter about you so remember when compiling it that features tell and benefits SELL!

Again you will see in your flight attendant resume sample 6pack download that your resume should always be written with the reader in mind with content that the airline has asked for. It should also never be longer than two pages unless it is asked for or is absolutely compelling. Yes I’ll say again that some examples in the 6pack are far less than perfect in structure and you’ll also notice some other classic formatting mistakes but fortunately for the owners the content was both relevant to the airline concerned, obviously attracted and held the attention of the ‘canvasser’ (HR department) long enough and proved to be good enough to get the owner an interview.

Unfortunately for you as applicant, when airlines advertise they have literally thousands of applicants. This means that they can afford to be very discriminating and will literally operate with three pigeon holes in front of them used for the destination of these incoming resumes.

1.            A, for yes we’ll do an interview

2.            B, for we’ll take another look if we don’t get enough A’s and

3.            C, for destination compost!

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So really take your time on getting your advert, your sales letter called a resume right so that you get the opportunity of an interview.

An interview will give you the forum to sell yourself in person.

You can ‘inject’ and display the ‘Target Areas of Interest’ of an airline much more effectively with your presence and personality in an interview so do all you can to get your resume ‘right’ in both content, structure and presentation.


NOTE: I address the Target Areas of Interest that airlines look for in applicants in my main manual, ‘Flight Attendant Interviews Made Easy,’ which is a rather lengthy rundown of what it all means, suffice to say here that if you understand the rules of the game it is much easier to play.

I go on to explain the objective of using the Target Selection Process but without getting ahead of ourselves here your first concern is to actually get an interview via or because of your resume.

 

Your best chance of that is to address the known criteria, follow the guidelines that I provide in the manual above and format it correctly.  I cover things like font type, size and colour, the use of dot points, high lights, photos, the use of white space, skill references, inclusions, personal references etc etc 

When you get an interview...

If your resume sells you in a way that gets you an interview with an Airline you must be sure that you can talk confidently about everything that you have included in it and for that matter your cover letter. That means stick to the truth and include only what you consider relevant. Again you’ll see more on cover letters in the manual above.

NOTE: Know the position description and ‘finer’ details. If you’ve not been a flight attendant before or aviation is a new environment to you then read through the bonuses that I have included in this package and my web site and research the position as listed on the airlines website. See what, if any specific skills and experiences are being sought. Can you meet with these requirements? Think of specific personal examples that match them.

Research the airline. Starting from my website is a good place to start as I give you a broad run down of the airlines listed and then follow the links to the airline website. Get a really good overview of the airline so that you are at least familiar with its operation.

 

So, your flight attendant resume sample 6pack...

I must reiterate that it’s about being prepared and good preparation is by far the best way to compile a resume that sells you in a way that gets you an interview with an Airline. And it’s always good to have a comparison or bench mark so that you can see what has worked and how you can perhaps copy, change, add or improve your resume from the ones you’ll see in your flight attendant resume sample 6pack.

Remember the 6 P’s…

  • Prior

  • Preparation

  • Prevents

  • Pretty

  • Poor

  • Performance

...in both the compilation of your resume and ultimately your interview.

 

Your resume should give the minimum following information: (irrespective of what you are about to see to the contrary in your flight attendant resume sample 6pack – remember I have included these to show what has worked successfully but also so that you can perhaps compare so as to improve your resume.) However in addition to addressing the criteria of any Flight Attendant job advertisement, be sure to include your...

  • Full Name
  • Full Address and preferred correspondence if required
  • Email address (if you check this regularly)
  • Career Objective
  • Proficiencies
  • Education and relevant dates
  • Employment history
  • Professional experience 
  • Affiliations
  • Interests:
    Note: (Your affiliations AND interests will or should tell much about you between the lines)
  • Current studies
  • References

 

REMINDER: Your experience, education and qualifications should be listed in reverse chronological order

NOTE: Your flight attendant resume sample 6pack also provides links to:

 

 

Confessions of a Flight Attendant series – ‘No Such Thing as Chance’

by Darcie Torres

 

*This is another FREE download for you*

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Plus...

 

 

 

The Quick and Easy Links to Airline Careers Information’

 

 

*This is also another FREE download for you*

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Yes I want the

1) The Resume Sample 6pack

2) Confessions of a Flight Attendant (ebook)

3) Quick and Easy links to every airline career web page listed on this site

4) Plus... Your Special introductory three Chapters of Step-1 of the AFAA 3-step system

PS: (More Airline Flight Attendant career website links will then be sent to you as they are added)



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