Florida – How do you become a flight attendant

How do you become a flight attendant?

Step 1: Decide if you want to become a lower paying with less freedom airline flight attendant or you can become a flight attendant on corporate and private jets with better money and amazing freedom! Just like the graduate in this profile.

how do you become a flight attendantFlight Attendant Name:

Petra Teplanova

Flight Attendant Location:

Orlando / Jacksonville , Florida

Country: United States
Are you authorized to work in the US? [radio-author]

Objective:
I am seeking new opportunities and challenges in the  Corporate Aviation Industry. My goal is to attract and secure an exciting and fulfilling corporate or Contract Flight Attendant position, providing an opportunity to apply my experience in hospitality, my knowledge, and personality skills. I am well educated, professional, and respectful, experienced working with elite clientele, well traveled. Available immediately, flexible.

Education:
2014 - Beyond and Above – Corporate Flight Attendant Training School,
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
2012 - Yoga Teachers Training
Chiang Rai, Thailand. — Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Forest academy teacher
1996-2000  - University of economy
Prague, Czech Rep. — Bachelor degree in finances and accounting
1992-1996       - Math specialized high school
Zborovska Hiigh School, Prague, Czech Rep.

Work:
2012-2014       SXM Yoga instructor
Teaching public and private classes, www.sxmyoga.com
2008-2013               photographer
Freelance, www.petraphotoart.com
2006-2008               live aboard on 60’ catamaran
Traveling through the Caribbean, sailing experience (handling the boat, lines, planing, solo watch, food preparation and storage)
2001-2006    Hotel front desk manager - Hotel Residence Lundborg****, Prague
Managing reception staff, making reservations,communication with clients and partner  travel agencies, elite client service, secretary duties, monthly reports
1997-2000       Tourist guide in Greece
Pradok T.A.
Organizing tour, trips, transfers, dealing with health problems of the clients, accommodation, dealing with hotel owners and local travel agencies)

Passports:
EU passport, B1/B2

Languages:
English (fluent), Spanish (very basic user), Czech (mother language)

 

How do you become a flight attendant?

Step 2: Come to our training (initial flight attendant training) to give you the necessary knowledge to become a flight attendant on private jets.

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