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Here's Your Chance to Become a Flight Attendant for Alaska Airlines

May 30, 2014 at 9:37 AM | by | ()

It’s not every day that an airline offers up some flight attendant positions, so we figured we would let you know about the latest carrier to do so. Openings are usually limited to only a few days, as there are so many applicants and so much interest—so get that cover letter and resume up-to-date and ready to go sooner than later.

The folks over at Alaska Airlines are looking for a few good men and women to join their team, as they’re holding a training class for those lucky enough to score a position later this summer. These positions will do their thing from their base in Anchorage, so be sure that’s going to work for you before clicking submit. They do note that eventually base assignments can change, and later options might include spots like Portland, San Diego, Los Angeles, and Seattle.

Head over here to get all the details about the position and the application, but we’re sure you probably have a loose idea of what they’re looking for and what the job entails. Note that a high school diploma is required, you will need to be at least 21 years old, and they’re looking for at least a couple years of customer service experience.

Finally, just be aware that the five-week training class will take place in Seattle, and that this will be unpaid—so save those pennies. Thankfully Alaska Airlines does provide a $40 per diem during the training, and apparently that’s one of the best in the business.

Good luck if you apply, and let us know when you’re first flight is!

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