Airline or Flight Stewardesses, also known as Flight Attendants are responsible for making passengers comfortable during flight. They are also responsible for ensuring safety of passengers, preparing/serving food and beverages and managing situational factors in emergency and non-emergency state of affairs.

A resume for airline stewardess position is the most important part of your job application. The following example will guide you how to write a good resume for airline stewardess position.



Airline Stewardess Resume Sample


Karla Tennyson

445 Smith Street, Oxford, AL 99383
(998) 999-9119, Email



• 8+ years’ experience as a hostess and stewardess
• Highly skilled in providing passengers with a safe and comfortable flight experience
• Hands on experience in performing cabin duties and passenger care tasks in a considerate and professional manner
• Track record of providing guest service in a caring and professional manner

• Customer Service• Onboard Announcements• Passenger Concerns Resolution
• Baggage Handling• Teamwork• Safety Checks

• Successfully warded off a possible hi-jack attempt by informing captain of suspicious passenger thereby resulting in emergency landing
• Maintained a methodical working knowledge of all emergency procedures and the use of all emergency tools on board the aircraft
• Controlled emotion, frustration and unusual behavior prevalent in passengers
• Promoted from a local travel position to international travel position within one year of work at Atlas Air following exceptional on-board passenger services


Atlas Air – Oxford, AL | Dec 2010 – Present
Airline Stewardess

• Greet passenger as they enter and leave the aircraft and verify passenger list
• Order and stock aircraft supplies
• Prepare catering for in-flight consumption
• Clean and tidy cabin area and lavatory
• Perform safety checks
• Serve food, beverages and newspapers to passengers
• Explain and assist passengers with safety procedures and equipment

Destination Hotels & Resorts – Aberdeen, SD | Sep 2007 – Dec 2010

• Greeted guests, accompanied them to tables, and offered menus
• Planned dining reservations and organized parties
• Coordinated activities of dining room workers to ensure quick and well-mannered service to patrons

G.E.D | City School, Oxford, AL | 2004

• Neat appearance
• Ability to work on a rotating shift
• Proven ability to think rationally in emergency situations
• Bilingual: Verbal and written English and Spanish