Delta Air Lines has a flight attendant position open and is looking to hire more flight attendants. Because the job is in high demand and may only be offered for a few weeks, it is encouraged that you send your application as soon as feasible.
Delta intends to have 4,500 additional flight attendants on the front lines by the end of 2022, after hiring and training resumed last year. Another round of hiring will begin in the spring/summer, and 40 graduation classes are anticipated for this year — part of the company’s commitment to unmatched customer service and emerging stronger from the COVID-19 pandemic.
“As we move our candidates through the hiring process faster, we expect to re-open this posting at a more frequent cadence,” said Jennifer Martin, Managing Director – IFS CX, Learning and Hiring. “We’re excited to continue growing Delta’s In-Flight Service team and welcome more flight attendants to serve our customers as the world continues to reopen.”
Starting today, interested candidates can apply at delta.com/careers by searching for the job title “They can also apply through this link if they want to be a flight attendant.
Because the job is in high demand and may only be offered for a few weeks, it is encouraged that you send your application as soon as feasible.
Candidates who applied for the flight attendant position in August 2021 or January 2022 but were not selected for advancement will not be eligible to apply again at this time. This summer, you will have the opportunity to reapply.
WHAT’S REQUIRED TO BE A DELTA FLIGHT ATTENDANT?
By May 1, 2022, applicants must have a high school diploma or GED, be able to work in the United States, speak English fluently, and be at least 21 years old.
All new-hire flight attendants must be completely immunized prior to their training start date. Two weeks after the second dosage of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, or two weeks after one dose of the J&J vaccine, you will be fully vaccinated.
Because Delta aircraft operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, year-round, flight attendants must be willing to fly both international and local routes and be flexible. Delta is still looking for the language of destination applicants who are fluent in English and one of the following languages: Danish, Dutch, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, and Japanese.
With a global network spanning 300+ destinations, Delta is still looking for the language of destination applicants who are fluent in English and one of the following languages: Danish, Dutch, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, and Japanese.
You’ll stand out if you have:
- One plus year of work experience in hospitality, personalized customer service, patient care, or a similar role
- Experience in a role ensuring the safety and/or care of others
The top priority for every Delta flight attendant is to ensure the safety and comfort of all customers while providing exceptional service.