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Kimberly Koval was Jermaine Pearson's classmate a week before she finished our Flight Attendant Course and is now with United Airlines. Her story appeared in our April 2006 Update.
Nur Bazilah from Singapore persevered and aced her Silk Air interview.
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It has been almost 2 years to the day, when we predicted that airlines would start hiring in 12-18 months. We were not too far off the mark, and airline hiring got under way. It came at a price - we have fewer major airlines because of the mergers, and getting in is a lot tougher.
The same trend will take place with regional airlines, as more and more of them will slip into bankruptcy, and eventually ino history.
It is a pity that the number of airlines is shrinking, because inevitably it means two things: quality of service goes down, and fares go up.
New hires will save airlines a lot of money, and most of them are a lot more enthusiastic about their work then their senior counterparts. Unfortunately, they do not have the know-how of impeccable service, and they will have not the older folks to learn from.
U.S. airlines, which were hoping to benefit from the Open Skies treaties this country has signed with several continents - namely Europe, Asia and Africa - will have to wait for any benefits for a while, while the political situation in the world settles down a little, and airlines will be able to open new markets around the globe.
And so now we "ride the wave" of new hiring. As expected, most airlines will be initially concentrating on candidates who are proficient in foreign language(s) of the countries where the airlines fly. Delta has proven it, and we'll see it with other airlines as well.
U.S. Airways is trying its best to merge with the last stand-alone airline that is worth anything, the American Airlines. This country will then end up with three mega-airlines, which will provide nothing but mini-service to the customer, and only the next few years will show if these behemoth airlines will actually find management that can make them viable competitors to Singapore Airlines and the much newer Middle Eastern airlines, such as the Emirates, Qatar or Etihad, which threraten to take the laurels for best cabin service from Singapore Airlines and Cathay.
Wasteful and non-productive Open Houses have given way to initial sorting out of applicants via Internet and on the phone to separate the viable candidates from people who are not cut out for it or do not meet the requirements, and pretty well only the better candidates fly to the main hub for an "open house by invitation." A lot has changed in the hiring process, and new questions are popping out. We have kept up with the changes.
Emotional and physical stamina are tested more thoroughly after the recent incident where a jetBlue flight atendant made his airplane exit via an emergency slide, and a US Airways flight attendant was caught with 15 grams of cocaine during the last 2 years. That's not to mention physical altercations between flight attendants, like the one on board a United flight.
Background checks are more thorough than ever, and with the number of applicants - Delta estimated it had about 80,000 applicants for less than 1,000 positions), the airlines can afford to be picky and get just "the best of the best" with "clean" records.
WE HAVE DETAILED DESCRIPTIOPNS OF MOST INTERVIEWS, ALONG WITH ALL QUESTIONS AND BEST ANSWERS TO THEM