2 Flight Attendant Resume Samples and Writing Tips

Updated on: November 16, 2020
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Making a solid impression on the prospective employer and obtaining an interview must be your primary objective when building a resume for a flight attendant job.

How to Write a Perfect Resume for Flight Attendant Position?

  1. Give details of your skills as a flight attendant that makes you a perfect fit
  2. Try to sum up your accomplishments, experiences, and education on a single page.
  3. Make a rough draft of your resume, then proofread it several times to produce a final version.
  4. Make sure that you fulfill the necessary eligibility criteria of a specific airline.

The following are 2 best resume examples for a flight attendant position.

Sample Resume for Flight Attendant (Example 1)

Mary Joe
3829 Lorelly Avenue, Baltimore, MD 72837
(000) 123-7474
m.joe @ email . com

Bringing a strong passion for providing excellent customer service on board.

Top-performing Flight Attendant with 10+ years’ solid track record of providing exceptional services to airline passengers, all the way to their destinations. Committed to the total safety and comfort of passengers. A friendly and fun individual who works well with other cabin members in a spirited and team-oriented environment.


  • Handled particularly tricky mid-air situations by treating aggressive passengers
  • Received ‘Service Excellence Award’ owing to the delivery of exceptional service without a single complaint
  • Introduced the concept of “Mid Air Fun” by creating several scripts of humorous announcements to put scared passengers at ease
  • Reined in a particularly tense emergency (where the plane had to make an emergency landing due to problems with the engine) by keeping all passengers within designated cabin away from harm


• Pre Flight Checks
• Meal Service
• Inventory Management
• Cabin Security
• Emergency Response
• Safety Equipment Use
• Presentation
• Food Preparation
• Baggage Assistance
• Special Needs Assistance
• Equipment Handling
• Grievance Addressing


Flight Attendant
DELTA AIRLINES, Baltimore, MD | 2014 – Present

  • Greet passengers as they arrive and check their tickets.
  • Guide passengers with finding their seat, escort them to their seats and help them place their baggage.
  • Ensure that all passengers are safely seated and belted in.
  • Help children and elderly passengers to embark and disembark by providing them with physical assistance.
  • Check each seated passenger to ensure their safety and comfort.
  • Demonstrate the use of safety equipment such as oxygen masks and offered advice on what to do during emergencies.

Flight Attendant
AIR CANADA, Toronto, ON | 2011 – 2014

  • Inquired passengers’ food and beverage preferences and prepared food items accordingly
  • Placed food items and beverages on trolleys and carted them through cabins
  • Served food and drinks to passengers and performed refilling tasks
  • Assisted passengers during emergencies by providing both physical and emotional support
  • Assisted passengers disembarking flights and thanked them for using the service
  • Made pre and post-flight checks and ensured that cabins were clean and food items were stocked well

Cabib Crew
AIR USA, Baltimore, MD | 2008 – 2011

  • Greeted passengers as they arrived at the airport and assisted them by providing needed information
  • Led passengers to flight counters while providing them with detailed information regarding flight schedules and times
  • Provided cost information for each ticket and punched the information in the airport database
  • Referred passengers to cash counters and assisted them through the ticket purchase process
  • Offered support to passengers who have missed their flights by arranging for them to embark on next available flights
  • Ensured that all passenger areas were kept clean and maintained by coordinating efforts with the custodial staff

Liberty University, Baltimore, MD – 2007
40 Hours Extensive Flight Attendant Training


  • Airline Operations
  • Communication
  • Customer Service Etiquette
  • Accident Prevention/Care
  • Aircraft Safety

First Aid and CPR

Bilingual: English/Spanish

Recommended: Flight Attendant Cover Letter

Flight Attendant Resume Example 2

John Doe
698 Example Street, London, ON S9F U2D
(000) 856-9989 

Poised to make the most of exceptional hospitality and customer service skills in order to achieve the highest level of passengers’ satisfaction and safety.


  • Over five years’ progressively responsible experience in the airline industry
  • Flight Attendant Training – Transport Canada
  • First-aid and CPR Certified
  • Excellent hospitality skills for presenting food and drinks
  • Able to sell different products on-board
  • Excellent know-how of passenger safety protocols and flight emergency procedures
  • Proven ability to help people with special needs such as children and disabled passengers


  • Implemented security procedures and the confirmation of safety measures
  • Coordinated the service arrangements together with food and beverage and tax-free shopping on board
  • Completed safety inspections before take off and landing consistently in keeping with company practices and FAA regulations
  • Initiated and implemented a prompt expense reporting system


Flight Attendant
Air Canada, Toronto ON | May 2015 – Jun 2018

  • Welcomed passengers and explained flight safety procedures
  • Served food and beverages to passengers and made flight announcements
  • Made supplies available on board
  • Ensured the safety of passengers during take-offs, landings, and emergencies
  • Sold and marketed products of different companies during flight
  • Assisted the flight and ground crews
  • Informed and educated passengers on any unforeseen circumstances

Cabin Service Attendant
Delta Jets, Oakland, CA | Apr 2013 – May 2015

  • Assisted in maintaining aircraft stock supplies and cleaning
  • Reported any service or stock expenses discrepancy to the PIC
  • Kept the entertainment systems in an orderly and functional condition
  • Replenished and cleaned toilets
  • Helped in emergency and non-emergency situations
  • Checked the state of the aircraft cabin
  • Provided emergency help to crew and passengers when essential


  • Able to work efficiently in a team environment
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate with people from different cultures
  • Responsible, realistic, and dependable
  • Customer-focused approach

AAS, Customer Service

Member, Canadian Association of Flight Attendants


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