Do not let anyone tell you that writing a thank you letter after a flight attendant interview may be considered cheeky by the hiring manager. If we consider something like this happening in the 80s, this might be true. However, things in the employment world have changed dramatically over the decades, and it is now considered good manners to write a thank you letter once you have had an interview with your prospective employer.

A flight attendant thank you letter in these circumstances acts as a follow up letter as well. A hiring manager may have interviewed ten other people – some of them as good as you are – and he may be confused about who to call in for a second interview or to hire. Fortunately (for you), not all of them will think of writing a thank you letter. So you end up taking the lead if you do write one. How is that for a good score?

Brilliant! Now that you know that you have to write one more letter as part of your job application set, you might want to consider taking a look at the sample letter below:


Flight Attendant Thank You Letter after Interview


Virginia Cook
575 Maple Street North
Schurz, NV 25352
(000) 898-0987
v.cook @ email . com

March 16, 2016

Mr. Phillip Carter
Hiring Manager
Endeavor Air
63 Mesquite Avenue
Schurz, NV 02328


Dear Mr. Carter:

Please allow me to express my pleasure in meeting with you yesterday in the interview for the position of a flight attendant at Endeavor Air. I would like to extend my thanks for taking out time for me from a busy schedule. Speaking with you in a two-way-interview was extremely insightful.

Now that I have met you, I am even more eager to work as a flight attendant with Endeavor Air. As I mentioned during the interview, passenger safety and wellbeing is my first priority. I am trained in efficiently responding during inflight emergencies by employing training in CPR and BSL. As an effective communicator, my onboard public announcement abilities are exceptional as is my capability to provide complete safety demonstrations to passengers. During times of duress, you will find me absolutely coherent, with a “get things done” attitude.

I look forward to meeting with you in the second interview where I will be able to provide you with a deeper insight into my capabilities and derive further perception of Endeavor Air as an establishment. Thank you once again for your time and effort in interviewing me. I anticipate a call from you soon.



Virginia Cook