How Do You Become A Flight Attendant?

Flight Attendant Requirements


JumpStart Flight Attendant Course Admissions

How do you become a flight attendant? Our admissions department is ready to help with all flight attendant requirements. We can guide you on your first steps on the path to become a flight attendant.

Tuition costs for our Flight Attendant course vary, so call us today to get a current quote as well as information of our latest discounts and details.

We don’t just teach you how to become a flight attendant. We offer Financial Aid through one of our partners, who are happy to provide payment plans for student needs. We also accept all major forms of payment such as all major credit and debit cards, PayPal, and Cashier’s checks or Money Orders.

Please call us with any questions about flight attendant training, financial aid, or flight attendant requirements. We are always happy to help you become a flight attendant!

Flight Attendant JumpStart Student Admission Form

By enrolling in the Flight Attendant JumpStart preparation course, I acknowledge that I meet the following requirements:

  • Friendly, positive attitude even during stressful or difficult situations
  • Able to pass a minimum 10 year FBI level background check, drug testing, and finger printing (some infractions may be acceptable)
  • High school diploma or GED
  • Proficient, fluent, and easily understood in the English language (read, write, speak)
  • Valid Passport (or can prove application for one)
  • U.S. citizen or authorized to work with unrestricted US entry/exit as defined by the Immigration Act of 1986
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Complete use of all 5 senses
  • Weight in proportion to height
  • Well groomed with good hygiene
  • At least 2 years of college OR 2 years of work or volunteer experience
  • Able to be away from home various consecutive days at a time
  • Able to relocate
  • Willing to work odd hours, nights, weekends, and holidays
  • Able to work 14 hours per day
  • Able to work with people of diverse cultures
  • Willing to focus and study hard to learn the information airlines require
  • Able to come and go in and out of the US without restrictions