Thinking of becoming a flight attendant? It’s hard to argue with a job that comes with perks like flying for free. If you could find a job that allows you to travel the world without paying for plane tickets, that could work out pretty nicely. Becoming a flight attendant isn’t all glamour and trips to Morocco and the Maldives, though. It requires training and working the flights more senior flight attendants don’t want. You could get stuck flying the 5 a.m. Atlanta to Tampa route for quite some time. But there is room for upward mobility in the flight attendant world, opportunity for work camaraderie, and perhaps best of all, the chance to see the world.

If you’re considering a career as a flight attendant, you’re probably brimming with questions. Do you need a college degree? What’s the training program like? How long does it take? Don’t worry, we’ve got all the answers to get you in the sky. Here’s how to become a flight attendant.

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