|Quoting Zkpilot (Reply 1):|
Main thing for FA is to have a good history of customer service, hospitality, have lots of energy, positivity (smiling etc), and also the ability to take control of a situation (emergency procedures etc).
|Quoting KLM672 (Thread starter):|
|Quoting KLM672 (Reply 7):|
I think that would rule out Delta, wouldn't it?
|Quoting Flyboy80 (Reply 3):|
I said I wanted it that bad back in the day when I was 18, so I got a job flying around on CRJ900s allll day long. After a couple years, it certainly makes you look elsewhere. I won't rain on your parade, go get it out of your system. Have fun!
|Quoting KLM672 (Reply 10):|
|Quoting KLM672 (Reply 12):|
Also, like i asked above, I figure I should put some money aside to travel (fly) to the interview in which-ever base?
|Quoting HUYguy (Reply 15):|
In the UK, you have to make your own way to the interviews.
|Quoting Doug_Or (Reply 9):|
Mesa by chance? Not saying the regionals are great, but to paint them all with that brush would be unfair.
|Quoting Evan767 (Reply 8):|
Did you have any chances to non-rev on DL at all?
|Quoting HAWK21M (Reply 22):|
Whats the Job profile of a Tech Helper.Is it someone that assists Technicians/Mechanics.
|Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 24):|
Doing skilled (With an A&P) and unskilled duties (cleaning), but not allowed to sign off any type of paperwork in the process
|Quoting Lite (Reply 23):|
Try the Middle Eastern airlines. They're always expanding, and it doesn't seem too difficult to get work visas to work in the UAE as they need the staff. In Europe, you need a work visa to come and work here, which may be more difficult.
|Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 27):|
AS has it as Tech Helper
WN has it Aircraft Appearace Tech
DL has it Tech Helper.