Who's Hiring

Updated 3/4

Airlines that are currently accepting applications will have the words "accepting applications" written next to their name.  This list can also be used as a tool to discover airlines you may not be familiar with and learn more about them.

Legacy Carriers
Alaska Airlines  
American Airlines 
Delta Air Lines 
Hawaiian Airlines 
United Airlines 

Regional Airlines

Air Wisconsin Airlines 

CommutAir Accepting Applications
Empire Airlines
Endeavor Air 
Accepting Applications
GoJet Accepting Applications

Mesa Air  Accepting Applications
PSA Airlines Accepting Applications
Accepting Applications
Republic Airline 
Seaborne Airlines 
Silver Airways 
SkyWest Airlines
 Accepting Applications

Low Cost Carriers
Allegiant Air 

Airbahn Accepting Applications
Avelo (Formerly Xtra Airways) 
Accepting Applications
Breeze Airways Accepting Applications

Frontier Airlines

Southwest Airlines  
Spirit Airlines 
Accepting Applications
Sun Country Airlines  

Charter Airlines
Air Charter Express
Air Transport International
AtlasAir/Flight Services International Accepting Applications
Eastern Airlines
Global Crossing Airlines  

iAero Airways/Swift Air  Accepting Applications
National Airlines 
Omni Air International 

Ravn Alaska
World Atlantic Airlines 

Specialty Airlines
Contour Airlines
Elite Airways
JSX  (JetSuiteX)



What would you do if a passenger complains about a crying baby nearby?
Tell me about a time you saw a co-worker do something unethical?
What would be the title of a book written about your life?
Why do you want to be a flight attendant for XYZ Airlines?

When you read these questions did they cause a little anxiety at the thought of answering them? If you said Yes, then you are not alone! But you can take a deep breath, because I got you. The FACC Interview Workbook Bundle will teach you how to craft authentic and effective interview answers.


Do you struggle with answering interview questions in the heat of the moment?
Do you think about what you’re going to say, brainstorm your best answers, and then as soon as the video interview begins to record, all your confidence flies out the window?
Do you struggle to complete a cohesive sentence during your interview, much less smile and shine?

If you are answering, “Yes!” to these questions, you are not alone. One of the most common concerns I address with my coaching clients is their lack of confidence. These conversations are what inspired me to create The Confidence Class.

Confidence is the foundation of leadership. If you don’t believe in your abilities, how can you inspire others to trust you?


One of the most popular styles of interview question you will be challenged with during a flight attendant interview are questions requiring you to answer using the STAR Format.

STAR format questions are the ones where they ask you tell them a story. For example “Tell me about a time you had a disagreement with a manager. How did you handle it and what was the result?”

STAR is an acronym which stands for Situation, Task, Action, and Result. To successfully answer an interview question using the STAR method, all you really have to do is tell a story. First, think of a story with a favorable outcome and then format it using the STAR method. 

I know this is easier said than done, and the best way to learn how to answer interview questions is to hear examples of quality, well thought out answers. That’s why I created Focus On: STAR Format

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