Flight attendants work on an aircraft, serving passengers during their flight and ensuring they are safe during travel.
Job responsibilities include performing pre-flight checks, taking part in flight briefings about the flight, greeting passengers as they board and directing them to their seats, making sure that passengers are aware of safety procedures and demonstrating how to use emergency equipment (and what do in the event of an emergency), securing hand-luggage in the overhead compartments and making announcements on behalf of the captain. Other responsibilities include serving food and drink, duty-free items, and performing first aid.
The starting salary for a flight attendant is around £12,000, the average salary is £24,750*. An experienced flight attendant can earn around £35,000.
*Aviation Job Search data 2018
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