What is a corporate flight attendant?

What is a corporate flight attendant?

Who is the corporate flight attendant? Simply put, the corporate flight attendant (also called a “business aviation flight attendant”) is just that, a flight attendant who works on private, non-commercial aircraft (generally referred to as “business aircraft”).

What is the employment outlook for a flight attendant?

Employment of flight attendants is projected to grow 17 percent from 2019 to 2029, much faster than the average for all occupations. Many airlines are replacing smaller aircraft with new, larger planes that can accommodate a greater number of passengers.

Why are flight attendants the face of the company?

The flight can be smooth and safe, but the client evaluates the flight based on the flight attendant. The flight attendant is the face of the company and a large influencer and game-changer to whether the flight experience is good or bad.” This is why it’s so hard to break-in to private aviation.

Do you make mistakes as a flight attendant?

As a corporate flight attendant, you will make mistakes. What you can hope for is that you make the type of mistakes you can cover up; that aren’t life threatening and that are simply “great learning lessons.” These are the mistakes that don’t necessarily require an explanation.

What’s the most important quality of a flight attendant?

I’ve been told by seasoned corporate cabin attendants that the most important quality in private aviation is the ability to accurately anticipate “what could happen.” When you have foresight, you will be able to plan and have ideas in the event you have to solve an unforeseen problem.

How to stay in contact with flight attendants?

Stay in contact with FBO managers, chief pilots, any pilots, scheduler’s, safety trainers, and other flight attendants. Your network of individuals will be a resource for you when you need someone to validate who you are and what you are capable of.