5 Flight Attendant Training Schools


Specialized training for prospective cabin crewmembers

If you’re looking to start a career in flying, then a college degree isn’t necessary to become a flight attendant. Certainly, you can have a degree, but the hiring requirements for cabin crewmembers by the airlines typically requires you to have a high school diploma or equivalent.

The airline market is currently in the doldrums, which means hiring is also down though not out. You can get your training directly through the airlines or consider the following five flight attendant training schools to help you get your wings:

AeroStar Training Services

Located in central Florida, AeroStar Training Services offers a comprehensive flight attendant training program covering basic indoctrination, FAA regulations, cabin service, emergency equipment, evacuation and more. Learn the fundamentals of the craft and gain an understanding of what the industry is all about.

AeroStar Training Services
4215 Lindy Circle
Orlando, Florida 32827

Beyond & Above Corporate Flight Attendant Training

Mary Lou Gallagher is a former commercial flight attendant turned business jet flight attendant turned company CEO. Beyond & Above is for people who want to crew corporate jets, business aviation aircraft which travel the world. Her one-week training session can be the foundation you need to reach higher.

Beyond & Above Corporate Flight Attendant Training
P.O. Box 5022
Gulfport, FL 33737

Pan Am International Flight Academy

As the only survivor of Pan American Airways, this flight school’s reputation precedes it. Founded in 1927, the flight academy has training facilities across the United States and abroad offering five-day foundational training covering basic indoctrination, aircraft familiarization, emergency procedures, security and more.

Pan Am International Flight Academy
5000 Northwest 36th St.
Miami, FL 33136

The Airline Academy, Inc.

Based in Daytona Beach, The Airline Academy’s Flight Attendant & Customer Service program can help prepare you for a career with the airlines. This is a three-phase program with the first phase involving distance learning, the second phase is resident training and the third phase is flight attendant indoctrination held at JetBlue University in Orlando.

The Airline Academy, Inc.
340 South Beach St., Suite 101
Daytona Beach, FL 32114

The Travel Academy

Six weeks of training can help prepare you for a new career as a flight attendant. The Travel Academy is based in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area and offers students a basic 120-hour training class or a comprehensive 300-hour class. A virtual training program is available too.

The Travel Academy
7900 International Drive, Suite 10
Bloomington, MN 55425

Adv. — Do you need funding for your higher education? A Sallie Mae Smart Option Student Loan can help you cover the cost of your schooling.


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