Recognized as the best in the business, Delta flight attendants touch the lives of 200 million annual customers across the globe. This year the airline is seeking approximately one thousand service-oriented, safety professionals who love to be on-the-go, are quick to help others and enjoy variety in their work.
“Our incredible team of 25,000 flight attendants strives to bring their absolute best to our customers every single day,” said Allison Ausband, Delta's Senior Vice President — In-Flight Service. “We are excited to add more talented professionals and welcome highly skilled, safety-minded problem solvers who have a passion for creating memories and connecting the world.”
Applications are now open and can be found on delta.com/careers. Once a candidate is selected to join the team, they must successfully complete six weeks of rigorous training located at our world headquarters in Atlanta, Ga.
The Ideal Delta Flight Attendant
Applicants must have a high school degree or GED, the ability to work in the U.S., English fluency and be at least 21 years of age by Jan. 1, 2020. Flight attendants must be willing to fly both international and domestic routes, and have a flexible schedule, since Delta flights operate day and night, year-round.
With a global network spanning 300+ destinations, Delta is also seeking language of destination applicants who have fluency in English and one of the following languages: Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, Greek, German, Italian, Japanese, and Korean.
The best resumes will include:
- One plus years of work experience in personalized customer service, patient care or similar role
- Experience in a role ensuring the safety and/or care of others
- Completion of a degree beyond high school or GED
The top priority for every Delta flight attendant is to ensure the safety and comfort of all customers while providing exceptional service.
What’s it take to become a Delta Flight Attendant?
Delta Air Lines is an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, disability status, or any other legally protected status.