Flight Attendant Training

The Academics of Flight International course is patterned after the FAA airline standards. It will familiarize you with the areas of expertise that are required as a Flight Attendant.

When interviewing with an airline, as harsh as it may seem, you have one chance to convince the interviewer that you are a qualified individual he/she is seeking. You want to be completely prepared for this first step. This knowledge as part of the applicant's background, he/she will have a competitive edge over someone who has not had the training.

Courses Subjects Covered

  • Introduction
  • Airplane
  • Aerodynamics
  • Familiarization with Boeing 767 Airbus 330
  • Meteorology
  • Air Traffic Control Regulations
  • Terminology
  • Time
  • First Aid Medical
  • CPR Training
  • High jacking, Bomb, Security
  • Special Passenger Handling
  • Health and Grooming
  • Survival
  • In-Flight Emergencies
  • CRM (Cockpit Resources Management)
  • Deranged Passengers
  • Preparing for Trips
  • Preparation/Practice Job Interviewing

THE PROGRAM TAKES 40 HOURS TO COMPLETE. THE COST IS $1,500.

A $500 DEPOSIT MUST BE RECEIVED ONE WEEK PRIOR TO COURSE COMMENCEMENT, AND THE BALANCE IS DUE WITHIN THE SECOND WEEK OF CLASS.

SCHEDULE 2017

NEXT WEEKDAY CLASS:
May 1st - May 10th
Monday through Friday
11:00 AM-4:30 PM

NEXT WEEKEND CLASS:

(Saturday / Sunday) 

March 11th - April 2nd

10:30 AM-4:30 PM

All Classes will be held at
our New York Location:

4612 Queens Blvd Suite 204
Queens NY 11104

Classes may also be conducted on an individual's schedule for those who can not meet the course published dates and times.

PLEASE CLICK ON THE FLIGHT ATTENDANT QUESTIONNAIRE BUTTON BELOW.

Flight Attendant Questionnaire

The School will review the submitted "Questionnaire". Within a two week period you will be notified if Academics of Flight considers you eligible for Airline employment as a Flight Attendant.

Common Questions Asked by Prospective Students

  • WHAT WILL THE PROGRAM ACCOMPLISH FOR ME?
    When interviewing with an airline, as harsh as it may seem, you have one chance to convince the interviewer that you are a qualified individual he/she is seeking. You want to be completely prepared for this first step. One full day of ACADEMICS OF Flight’s program is devoted to constructing resumes and interviewing techniques. The interviewers have successfully been through the interview process, and know what positive and negative traits the airliner is seeking. Questions as; “How do I conduct myself”, “How do I dress”, “What personal habits are they looking for (Am I talking too much, too little)”,”What do I wear” will be completely reviewed. Also, and as important as the interview process, you will have a personal resume constructed appropriate to the flight attendant position.

  • WILL I BE ABLE TO HAVE PERSONAL ATTENTION, OR WILL I BE JUST ONE OF 50 OR MORE PEOPLE ATTENDING?
    You will absolutely have personal attention. ACADEMICS OF FLIGHT realize that this is the first step in achieving your goal. The school has dedicated itself to training individuals on a worldwide basis for over 30 years, successfully preparing them for careers. In many cases, ACADEMICS OF FLIGHT is now teaching the sons and daughters of individuals that came to the school in past years.

  • WILL IT ONLY BE GIVEN AT YOUR NEW YORK LOCATION?
    Yes, the course will be given at New York location only.

  • HOW OLD MUST I BE TO ATTEND?
    You must be at least 20 years of age.

  • DOES THE COURSE OFFER FINANCIAL AID?
    Unfortunately, financial aid is not offered.

  • IS THE PROGRAM IMMIGRATIONS APPROVED?
    Although many programs offered by Academics of Flight are immigrations approved, the flight attendant course is not. Since the FAA does not currently have an FAA license, immigrations will not approve non-license programs.

  • WILL I BE GUARANTEED EMPLOYMENT?
    The final decision as to whether or not you become employed is determined by your performance during the airline interview.

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