Delta Airlines Flight Attendant Salary (2022 Update) (2022)

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As one of the world’s most award-winning airlines, Delta is also known for having some of the highest-paid flight attendants.

While flight hours make up the bulk of a Delta Flight Attendant’s pay, there are several factors that affect their salary.

Delta currently has over 20,000 employed flight attendants making anywhere between $33,000 to over $118,000. This salary includes everything: standard flight hour pay plus many other additional money compensations, such as per diem (layover allowance for food or other expenses), international flights, cabin manager, holidays, language, and several other forms of payments.

Flight attendants in their first year usually make between $33,000 and $45,000 but as you stay with Delta longer you accrue seniority. As you accrue seniority, each year your pay rate per hour will go up quite considerably. Senior flight attendants at Delta can make over $118,000.

It’s quite difficult to determine exactly how much a Delta flight attendant will make because it depends on several factors including seniority, hourly pay, incentives and special positions.

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Factors that affect the salary

Seniority

Seniority matters when it comes to the pay and monthly schedules for flight attendants.

All airlines including Delta, operate on a seniority-based system where the flight attendant who has been the longest is in turn the most senior. In contrast, the most newly employed flight attendant is the most junior when it comes to seniority.

The most senior flight attendant at Delta has been employed for 56 years! Not only has she maxed out at the highest pay but she also undoubtedly gets the schedule she desires.

Seniority is extremely important when it comes to your pay rate and your schedule.

Below is a diagram of the pay scale for Delta flight attendants:

StepHourly Rate (USD)
Start30.96
After 1 year32.82
After 2 years34.92
After 3 years37.20
After 4 years40.96
After 5 years46.38
After 6 years50.75
After 7 years52.37
After 8 years53.81
After 9 years55.83
After 10 years57.36
After 11 years60.10
After 12 years69.59

Flight hours

This is the most important factor.

The salary as a Delta flight attendant is based on your hourly pay per flight hour.

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A flight attendant’s hourly pay is calculated from the time the aircraft door closes until it’s time to open the door at the gate.

Note: The time spent in the terminal, doing safety checks, and of course boarding and deplaning go all unpaid.

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How much do Delta flight attendant get paid per flight hour?

As stated above, a new hire will begin with a pay rate of $30.96 per flight hour.

Hourly pay depends on the years worked as a Delta flight attendant.

A Delta flight attendant will max out in pay once they have been with the company for over 12 years.

Depending on seniority, your years served at Delta could make a huge difference in hourly pay per month.

How many hours do they fly per month?

Most flight attendants opt to work between 75-100 hours per month but again it’s based on an individual’s preference.

Some flight attendants will want to work 130 hours while others will work 60 hours.

You may work as little or as much as you like since there is no fixed number as to how many hours you must work.

A Delta flight attendant can *drop or **pick up as many flights as they like too.

*Dropping flights means that you do not want a trip and therefore put it on a virtual LIVE board for others to pick up and add to their schedule.

**Picking up a flight means choosing a flight on the board and adding it to your schedule.

Example:

If in September you flew as a new hire 93 hours, 14 days your pay will be:

93 hours x $30.98=$2879 (this is just for the flight hours)

You need to add per diem + incentives = Total: $3,690

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Do they have a minimum paid guarantee no matter how many hours they fly?

No, there is no minimum guarantee pay for new hires, since Delta doesn’t have straight reserve (on call/standby monthly schedules) anymore, like many other airlines.

What does straight reserve mean? Most new flight attendants in other airlines are placed on a reserve (standby/on call) schedule the whole month.

Which means they don’t have flights scheduled until the very last minute and they cannot know how much they will fly or earn, so they get guaranteed a certain amount of minimum hours paid every month even if they don’t fly much.

In Delta, there’s no guarantee because they don’t need to be on reserve (on call) the whole month.

A new hire in Delta will have days off, regular line trips, and only six “A” days(standby days) per month since the beginning.

“A” day is a nickname used in Delta meaning “available days”, which are standby days or reserve days or on call days, whatever you want to call it.

When flight attendants have regular scheduled trips, they know when, where and how many days they will be flying.

When they have “A” days they will be “ 24 hours on call”. This means they don’t know where or when they are flying until the day before or the day of.

How much do they get paid for their six “A” days?

These “A” days will be worth 28 hours or the actual hours you fly.

Example:

$30.96 pay per hour x 28 hours= $866.88

This is the minimum hours you’ll get in those “A” days if you are not used on your “A” days.

If you are used during those days, and your trips are worth more than 28 hours, you will get higher flight hours instead.

Apart from these 6 “A days” the rest of your schedule will probably be 7-10 days of regular line trips. So to this number $866.88, you’ll add the number of hours you fly plus the incentive pays.

Can they trade or pick up flights, or get rid of their reserve days?

As a new hire, you can try and get rid of your 6 reserve days but it all depends on if another flight attendant is interested in working your reserve days in exchange for your reserve days.

The same happens with your trips.

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But it’s sometimes difficult for most junior flight attendants to drop trips or give away their reserve days since everyone wants to drop not pick up.

And they hold the most unloved trips (very early sign in, short layover, many flights per day).

You cannot force anyone to take your trips or reserve days.

Other variables that increase the pay

Per diem

In addition to their hourly wages, flight attendants almost always get a per diem, which is a tax-free allowance that helps them cover expenses like food when they’re away from their base.

The hourly per diem rate is calculated from the time the aircraft door closes in the origin city until the door is opened again when they return to that city.

So for example, in Delta per diem are paid at a rate of $2.20 per hour domestically and $2.70 internationally.

Example:

If you would have a short trip to Germany with a 24-hour layover, in the end adding all hours(flight time and layover) it will be around 48 hours.

So you would earn:

$2.70 x 48 hours= $129.6 per diem on top of your pay per flight

So imagine you have a few more trips that month, you can add $400-900 to your paycheck easily.

Incentive pay

There’s a lot of scenarios that can provide you additional pay, such as Drafting pay (being used at another base), holiday pay, understaffing pay, “sky bucks”($90-$130 pay that you get if you have positive customer surveys) monthly shared rewards or profit-sharing…

And if you are a night owl and enjoy flying redeyes (a flight scheduled to depart at night and arrive the next morning), then you will be paid an additional $0.50 per hour.

All this extra money on top of your hourly rate.

Special positions

There are several special positions that flight attendants may apply for to gain experience and extra pay at Delta.

Some flight attendants work as a language of destination flight attendant, being the “lead” on a flight, a purser, or several other positions known as special assignments.

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A language of destination (LOD) flight attendant is a common position for a bilingual or even trilingual flight attendant who speaks another language.
They are paid extra to speak another language during a flight but also are needed to attend to various situations on board that require a speaker of a particular language.
Since Delta operates flights to several different countries, they are always seeking applicants who are fluent in Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, Greek, German, Russian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, and others.

A Delta purser is responsible for the customer experience from the front to the aft of the aircraft. The purser is in charge of the cabin which includes overseeing the other flight attendants by making sure the passengers are safe and comfortable. The purser must complete detailed reports and verify all safety procedures are followed.

A purser at Delta makes on average $76,686 and well over 50% of Delta pursers have more than 20 years of experience as a flight attendant.

Delta consistently offers special assignments for flight attendants to get involved with in order to gain experience and make extra money.

There are recruiting positions, safety teams, team leads, charter flights, and even senior flight attendants who help new hires make the transition from training to flying.

There is flexibility in making your schedule and options to work different positions.

Delta salary examples

Delta first year flight attendant pay examples:

July, 102 hours, over 17 days worked= $3,940
August, 107 hours, over 18 days worked= $4,302
September, 91 hours, over 14 days worked= $3,601
First year income: around $33000 to $45000 (depending on worked hours).

Deductions

Deductions on your paycheck depend greatly on personal preference as well as where you are based and or live.

Every state imposes different types of taxes such as disability tax and family leave tax.

In general, social security, Medicare, and various forms of taxes are taken out of each paycheck.

Other deductions are voluntary for the most part but most flight attendants want to have certain deductions for themselves and their families.

Some of these deductions include healthcare, dental, vision, 401k, health savings account, short term disability, long term disability, stock purchases, and ROTH IRA deductions.

NOTE: You must work at least 540 hours a year in order to maintain your health insurance so be sure to work your minimum if you opt in for health insurance.

While the deductions certainly add up on each paycheck making your take-home even less, it’s important to be strategic when bidding, setting your schedule, and even with your loyalty to Delta (seniority rules!).

Delta pays one of the highest hourly rates in the industry and it’s important to remember that you will also receive incredible flight benefits!

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When do Delta flight attendants get paid?

Delta flight attendants get paid biweekly, based off the previous two weeks flown.

Each paycheck includes half of their flight hours worked which helps make both paychecks similar.

Summary

  • Flight attendants at Delta start earning from $33,000-$45,000 per year, and in their late career they earn an average of $118,000 per year.
  • Pay is based on hourly pay per flight hour. This pay per hour depends on seniority.
    Delta starting rate per flight hour is one of the highest in the US: $30.96 and it will rise every year until year 13.
  • In addition to their hourly wages, flight attendants get other compensations:
    – Per diem: a tax-free allowance for meals or other expenses during a layover
    – Incentive: Profit sharing, monthly shared rewards…
    – Special positions: LOD, Purser
  • Delta has the best schedule system for new hires in the industry.
    Why?
    Because, since the very first day you hold lines and you get only six “A” days.
    In most other airlines, new hires don’t have any flying on their schedules because they are “on call” the whole month.
  • Delta schedules come out about 2 weeks before the month starts, around the 16th you will receive a schedule with your trips and 6 “A” days.

FAQs

How much do new Delta flight attendants make? ›

First-year Delta flight attendants can expect to make between $33,000 and $45,000. The longer flight attendants stay with Delta, the more seniority they accrue, and this results in seniority and yearly raises. Senior flight attendants at Delta can make more than $118,000 per year.

How much do first year Delta flight attendants make? ›

The starting hourly salary for Flight Attendants at Delta is just over $30 per hour in their first year working, whereas Flight Attendants at Delta with 6 years of experience receive an average of $50 per hour.

Is it hard to get hired as a Delta Flight Attendant? ›

Yes, it is hard to get a job at Delta Air Lines.

The company does have a high turnover rate, so they are consistently seeking new employees; however, they are selective in who they hire. The hiring process at the company is drawn out. Candidates with referrals almost guarantee a call from a Delta Air Lines recruiter.

How much does Delta pay flight attendants per hour? ›

The estimated total pay for a Flight Attendant at Delta Air Lines is $26 per hour. This number represents the median, which is the midpoint of the ranges from our proprietary Total Pay Estimate model and based on salaries collected from our users. The estimated base pay is $20 per hour.

How much does Delta pay during training? ›

Delta Flight Attendant Training Program

The pay for attending training is listed as $1822 per week. This also includes room and board if needed. Delta's training program for new flight attendants takes 8 weeks to complete.

How long is Delta's flight attendant training? ›

Delta flight attendant training is six weeks long at Delta World Headquarters in Atlanta Georgia. Prospective flight attendants do double up and have a roommate in training.

Do Delta employees family fly free? ›

One of the amazing benefits you have as a Delta employee is that you and your eligible family members/companions can travel on standby on all Delta flights either free or for a reduced rate.

Does Delta pay weekly or biweekly? ›

When Delta management changed to a biweekly pay schedule in 2019, they took away the flexibility so many of us loved and the stability in our paychecks we counted on.

What is the hardest airline to get a job with? ›

For aspiring flight attendants, Delta Air Lines, ranked by its employees as one of the best places to work, is also one of the most difficult places to get a job.

How long does it take to get hired at Delta? ›

Getting hired at Delta is about as difficult as it is at any Fortune 500 company. It may take several weeks for the process to be completed. As always, knowing someone inside the company never hurts. As a matter of fact, if you get a referral, it typically guarantees a call from a Delta recruiter.

How hard is Delta flight attendant training? ›

It requires technical knowledge – like memorizing the configurations of nine different planes and learning how to operate 16 different door and window variations – and a desire to care for customers. “This is a people business,” said Jennie Ho – V.P. of In-Flight Operations.

Is Delta or United better to work for? ›

Delta is most highly rated for Work/life balance and United Airlines is most highly rated for Compensation and benefits.
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Overall Rating.
Overall Rating3.94.0
Compensation and benefits3.74.0
Job security and advancement3.53.6
Management3.53.4
Culture3.73.8
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Who is the best airline to work for? ›

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  4. Air Methods. 3.7 stars. ...
  5. Delta. 3.5 stars. ...
  6. Atlantic Aviation. 3.4 stars. ...
  7. United Airlines. 3.4 stars. ...
  8. Spirit Airlines. 3.4 stars.

Why do flight attendants make so much? ›

It varies, but many flight attendants easily make six figures a year. This is because they fly a lot, are topped out in pay, and have great seniority at one of the highest-paying airlines.

What airline pays the most? ›

The highest-paying US airline is Southwest Airlines, where pilots make $221,636 on average. Globally speaking, pilots working in China make the most money, with an average salary of $300,000.

What benefits do Delta flight attendants get? ›

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  • Profit-Sharing. ...
  • Attractive Retirement Savings Plan. ...
  • Training and Professional Development. ...
  • Competitive Life Insurance. ...
  • Comprehensive Medical Insurance, Including Dental and Optometry. ...
  • Paid Leave Benefits. ...
  • Free and Discounted Flights. ...
  • Gym Membership.
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How many hours do flight attendants work? ›

Most attendants are usually limited to working 12 hours shifts but some are allowed to work 14 hour shifts. Those working on international flights are usually permitted to work longer shifts. Attendants usually spend 65-90 hours in the air and 50 hours preparing planes for passengers monthly.

Do flight attendants get free housing? ›

Free Food and Housing

For flight attendants, meals and housing aren't something that they have to worry about since most airlines already provide free housing to whatever city or destination they're currently based.

Can you work part time as a flight attendant? ›

Flight attendant

As flight attendants typically work flexible schedules, the position can be full-time or part-time.

Can Delta flight attendants live anywhere? ›

Unlike most traditional jobs, flight attendant positions do not necessarily require you to relocate. Many senior flight attendants live where they want and commute by air to and from each trip freely.

Does Delta have a weight limit for flight attendants? ›

Delta Air Lines Flight Attendant Weight Requirements

There aren't specific weight requirements for Flight Attendants at Deltas. Like most airlines, they want prospective Cabin Crew to be a healthy weight and that they will be able to fit in the Cabin Crew Uniform.

Is there an age limit for Delta flight attendants? ›

WHAT'S REQUIRED TO BE A DELTA FLIGHT ATTENDANT? Applicants must have a high school degree or GED, the ability to work in the U.S., speak English fluently and be at least 21 years of age by May 1, 2022. Prior to their training start date, all new-hire flight attendants must be fully vaccinated.

Is there an age limit to be a flight attendant? ›

Because there is no age limit, many people are pursuing second careers as flight attendants – and are gladly accepted because of their experience and level of maturity. Do not ever think you are too old to apply for a flight attendant position.

How many vacation days do Delta employees get? ›

Delta Air Lines' PTO and Vacation policy typically gives 20-30 days off a year. Paid Time Off is Delta Air Lines' most important benefit besides Healthcare when ranked by employees, with 43% of employees saying it is the most important benefit.

How many buddy passes do Delta employees get? ›

Employees must select their friends eligible for "non-revenue" travel in December for the next year. After the deadline passes, no friends can be added to their list. Employees can also elect to receive 12 buddy passes every year to distribute among friends.

How can I fly for free? ›

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  3. Earn thousands of miles as a credit card welcome bonus. ...
  4. Earn flexible points using a non-airline credit card. ...
  5. Earn an airline companion pass.
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How long is Delta probation period? ›

90 days standard probationary period.

Is Delta good to work for? ›

Delta has been named one of the 2019 Fortune “100 Best Companies to Work For®,” according to global research and consulting firm Great Place to Work® and Fortune magazine. This is the third straight year the company has earned this honor.

Does Delta provide uniforms? ›

Delta Air Lines now requires its flight attendants to wear official uniforms designated by the Atlanta-based carrier. You may remember that Delta issued new uniform styles created by fashion designer Zac Posen several years ago.

What's the hardest part about being a flight attendant? ›

While the hardest part of the job doesn't always happen on board, things can get stressful mid-flight. “We have to be prepared for anything: a fire, an irate passenger or a medical event. And medical events happen more than you'd think,” Sarah Motter, another member of the crew, told me.

How long is flight attendant training? ›

Airlines provide a three- to six-week training program for their flight attendants. You will typically attend training for eight hours a day throughout the duration of the program. This training prepares you to use airport codes, make PA announcements, perform routine job duties and handle in-flight emergencies.

Can you work for two airlines at the same time? ›

The answer is no. As a condition of employment for any airline employee, you cannot get a second job working for a competitor. This means you cannot work for another airline.

Is Delta hard to get into? ›

Each year, more than 100,000 people apply to be a Delta flight attendant and less than 1 percent get the job.

How long is a Delta interview? ›

There will be several parts to the face to face interview and it may last a couple of hours. While the face to face interview changes every year, you can expect to meet with anywhere from 30-50 other candidates.

What should I wear to my Delta interview? ›

The airline has a strict, professional dress code for employees. Applicants must keep this in mind when choosing an outfit to wear to a Delta job interview. For women, closed-toed shoes, a knee-high skirt, and a nice blouse are ideal. For men, a suit and tie with dress shoes is a wise choice.

Is Flight Attendant School Hard? ›

But the training is hard. As in, really hard. Training can last anywhere from 4 to 8 weeks, 11 hours a day with just one day rest a week. Written exams every day, practical exams, long days spent in the classroom and aircraft cabin mock-ups, it's pretty fast-paced and relentless.

Does Delta do random drug test? ›

Does Delta have a drug test policy? Yes. Pre employment and random.

How many free flights do Delta employees get? ›

In an internal memo sent on Monday and obtained by Reuters reporter David Shepardson, CEO Ed Bastian rewarded Delta employees with two travel passes that can be used to fly on any Delta Air Lines flight, international or domestic. Employees both currently working and those on a leave of absence will receive the passes.

Which airline is easiest to get status? ›

American Airlines comes out on top if you're looking for the easiest way to spend toward airline elite status. You can spend just $30,000 on an American Airlines card and get AAdvantage Gold elite status without stepping a foot on a plane.

Who is bigger Delta or United? ›

As of 2019, American Airlines Group is the largest by fleet size, passengers carried and revenue passenger mile. Delta Air Lines is the largest by revenue, assets value and market capitalization.
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By company revenue.
Rank1
AirlineDelta Air Lines
CountryUnited States
Revenue(US$ billions)44.9
Profit4.1
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Is it better to work for Delta or Southwest? ›

Delta is most highly rated for Work/life balance and Southwest Airlines is most highly rated for Compensation and benefits.
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Overall Rating.
Overall Rating3.94.3
Compensation and benefits3.74.3
Job security and advancement3.54.0
Management3.53.7
Culture3.74.2
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How much do Delta flight attendants make? ›

Delta Flight Attendant Pay

First-year Delta flight attendants can expect to make between $33,000 and $45,000. The longer flight attendants stay with Delta, the more seniority they accrue, and this results in seniority and yearly raises. Senior flight attendants at Delta can make more than $118,000 per year.

Is it better to work for JetBlue or Delta? ›

Delta is most highly rated for Work/life balance and JetBlue is most highly rated for Culture.
...
Overall Rating.
Overall Rating3.94.0
Management3.53.4
Culture3.73.9
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What airline pays the most for flight attendants? ›

Which Airlines Pay Flight Attendants the Most?
Average Annual PayAdditional Annual Pay
American Airlines$43,460$2,825
Delta Airlines$40,236$6,400
Southwest Airlines$42,000$4,800
United Airlines$44,219$5,200
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Do flight attendants get paid overtime? ›

Picking up overtime shifts is always an option. If you're on your day off when the airline's desperate for people, it'll offer overtime and say, "Hey, if you work this trip, we will pay you time and a half." That's been much more prevalent in the past six months.

How long are flight attendants away from home? ›

They may spend several nights per week or per month away from home. In most cases, a contract between the airline and the flight attendant union determines the total daily and monthly workable hours. On-duty shifts per day may vary from 4 to 18 hours or longer, such as for international flights.

What percentage of flight attendant applicants get hired? ›

This means for every 100 people who apply to become a flight attendant, just 1 person is accepted. It's estimated that in 2019 alone, airlines received over 1,500,000 flight attendant applications. To compare, it's easier to get into Harvard than becoming a flight attendant, with an acceptance rate of 5%.

What are the odds of becoming a flight attendant? ›

Historically, there has been around a 1% hiring rate. In other words, your chances of getting hired is 1 out of 100. In 2019, it is estimated that airlines received over 1,500,000 flight attendant applications. One of the first places airlines look for flight attendants is The Travel Academy's flight attendant school.

How many people become a Delta flight attendant? ›

Take 2017, for example, when according to Delta's numbers, more than 270,000 people applied for roughly 1,700 open Delta flight attendant jobs, which works out to about a 0.62 percent success rate. That year, Harvard had a 5.2 percent acceptance rate.

Does Delta have a weight limit for flight attendants? ›

Delta's policy specifies the maximums that flight attendants can weigh based on their height and age. For example, a 5-foot-5 woman under age 35 could weigh a maximum of 138 pounds; between 35 and 45, she could weigh up to 140 pounds; and at 45, 142 pounds.

Is Delta hard to get into? ›

Each year, more than 100,000 people apply to be a Delta flight attendant and less than 1 percent get the job.

How old are most flight attendants? ›

The average age of male Flight attendants in the workforce is 44.8 and of female Flight attendants is 46.1, and the most common race/ethnicity for Flight attendants is White (Non-Hispanic).

Do most people pass flight attendant training? ›

Only 60% of new-hire flight attendants make it through new-hire training. Only 50% survive the first year of employment. Each airline receives an average of 2,500 flight attendant job applications per month. Delta Airlines recently received over 44,000 job applications for 1,000 flight attendant positions.

What disqualifies you from being a flight attendant? ›

Certain previous convictions such as crimes involving an aircraft or any violent crime, felony or time spent in jail would prevent you from being able to work as a Flight Attendant.

How many hours do flight attendants work? ›

Most attendants are usually limited to working 12 hours shifts but some are allowed to work 14 hour shifts. Those working on international flights are usually permitted to work longer shifts. Attendants usually spend 65-90 hours in the air and 50 hours preparing planes for passengers monthly.

Can Delta flight attendants work part time? ›

No, no part time is available all though once you have senority in the company you can make your schedule work for you. Delta does not have part time. We have Ready Reserve and your flight benefits kick in as soon as you are hired.

What benefits do Delta flight attendants get? ›

Eight Delta Airlines Employee Perks and Benefits
  • Profit-Sharing. ...
  • Attractive Retirement Savings Plan. ...
  • Training and Professional Development. ...
  • Competitive Life Insurance. ...
  • Comprehensive Medical Insurance, Including Dental and Optometry. ...
  • Paid Leave Benefits. ...
  • Free and Discounted Flights. ...
  • Gym Membership.
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What should I wear to my Delta flight attendant interview? ›

For women, wear closed-toed black heels with no designs, a plain and professional suit, and a nice appropriate blouse. For men, wear a professional suit with a tie and dress shirt. Hair and makeup should also be professional. If you look your best, then you will absolutely feel your best and ace the Delta interview!

How long is flight attendant training? ›

Airlines provide a three- to six-week training program for their flight attendants. You will typically attend training for eight hours a day throughout the duration of the program. This training prepares you to use airport codes, make PA announcements, perform routine job duties and handle in-flight emergencies.

Can Delta flight attendants wear their hair down? ›

Meanwhile, one of the bigger companies, Delta Air Lines does not allow its employees to wear their hair down unless the length of their hair is at or above their shoulders. Delta requires its flight attendants to uphold a more professional and sleeked back look than those of American and United.

Is flight attendant training hard? ›

The training is very tough and intense but, if you make it through, it's the best learning experience and you will gain lifelong skills. It is a stressful time, and has to be, because flight attendants may have to deal with an emergency and must be calm and focused in such an event.

Can a 5 feet girl become a flight attendant? ›

For becoming a cabin crew, the minimum height for female candidates is 157 cms and your height is 5ft which corresponds to 152cms.

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