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Flight Attendant Career Guide

Endeavor Air Flight Attendants MUST BE WILLING TO RELOCATE to any of our crew domiciles which consist of Detroit, MI, Minneapolis, MN, and Queens, NY (JFK). Flight Attendants will be assigned a domicile upon graduation of Initial New Hire Training. Domicile assignments are based on the operational need of Endeavor Air so Flight Attendants may be asked to relocate to a new area initially even if he or she currently lives in one of our domiciles.

College courses or a degree as well as customer service experience is preferred. A High School diploma or a GED is required.

The FAA requires FBI finger printing for all applicants being considered for a crewmember position. If you have been convicted of a criminal misdemeanor or felony within the last five years you are not eligible for a crewmember position due to Canadian Immigration Regulations; if the conviction was between the last five to ten years or if there is more than one conviction than you must complete the Canadian Criminal Rehabilitation process prior to being considered for the position.

Endeavor Air Flight Attendants must be 21 years of age at the time of interview.

Any tattoos should be covered and not visible at any time.

To become a flight attendant at Endeavor Air, your height must not exceed 6' with shoes due to the internal size of our aircraft. For your safety, there are no exceptions to this requirement. Your height will be measured at the time of the interview. Your vision should not exceed 20/40 corrected.

Endeavor Air Flight Attendant should possess the confidence and excellent decision making skills needed to provide leadership and direction to the passengers. You may be the only Flight Attendant on some flights so it is important that you are able to work alone as well as with another Flight Attendant. You must be able to perform all required job duties and have the mental capacity to follow instructions and read documents.

The Flight Attendant position will require you to be physically fit. As an Endeavor Air Flight Attendant, you will be standing, reaching overhead, walking, pushing, pulling and stooping while performing your duties. You may be given a physical agility test on your first day of training. All Flight Attendants must be able to stow a 45 lb. item.

Flight Attendants will work in confined spaces with exposure to the following; nuts, animals, latex gloves, perfumes, cleaning solvents, fumes, dust, pet dander, etc. Flight Attendants with allergies must be able to effectively manage them in order to work in this environment.

Flight Attendants should have the ability to walk and fit comfortably down the aircraft aisle while facing forward, fit quickly through the over wing exit and sit in the 15" wide Flight Attendant jumpseat without modification or a seatbelt extension.

Endeavor Air operates flights every day of the year which will require Flight Attendants to work a rotating schedule with variable hours that include holidays and weekends. Flight Attendants need to have the stamina required to work up to 16 hours in a day with frequent change in climate and weather conditions. The Flight Attendant position requires travel on a constant basis with exposure to air turbulence, dry air, varying noise levels from aircraft engines and working in confined spaces.

Flight Attendants must have excellent communication skills with the ability to converse with the passengers and deliver the onboard announcements in English in a clear, polished and professional manner.

Flight Attendants will be responsible for the internal cleaning of the aircraft at outstations as well as following the required guidelines for stocking and maintaining the aircraft galley and lavatories.

If Flight Attendants have been furloughed from another airline and should you be hired at Endeavor Air, you will be required to submit a letter of resignation to your current airline employer and provide a copy to theEndeavor Air Airlines Training Department.

Flight Attendants are required to have a current and valid passport with the ability to travel freely in and out of Canada and Mexico. Your passport, Drivers license or State ID, Social Security Card and Work Visa, if applicable, must all be issued in the same first and last name.

The offer of employment is contingent upon successful completion of FBI fingerprints and background results, drug testing, motor vehicle background results, physical agility test and successful completion of Endeavor Air Initial New Hire Training program.