In 2006, I became a flight attendant and quickly fell in love with aviation. I also quickly fell in love with and married a Continental Airlines Customer Service Agent. Shortly after I was married, we moved to a new city and I was no longer able to commute as easily. With a heavy heart, I turned in my wings and looked for my next adventure. Truthfully, nothing could replace my passion for aviation and in 2009, I was lucky enough to be hired by PSA Airlines. Soon after, I was offered the opportunity to work as an inflight instructor.When I got pregnant and had our first child a few years later, I once again hung up my wings to raise my family. I’m now a mom of three, still happily married (he works the ramp now for Southwest), and I now help aspiring flight attendants land their dream job.
I’m sure you have a lot of questions about the airline industry, who’s hiring, and what it takes to land your dream job as a flight attendant and I can;t wait to help you. FACC is passionate about helping aspiring flight attendants reach their goals faster and with less heartache.
Thanks again for joining our thriving community. I look forward to knowing more about you and your specific hopes, dreams, and vision for your flying future. I really encourage to take the next step and get a copy of the FACC Interview Workbook today. No matter where you are in the process, this $32 resource (and the 3 free bonuses that come with it) will move you closer to your goal.