Anonymous asked: How did you get your job? What airline do you work for? Do you need to be bi or tri lingual? Thanks!
Thank you for the question Anon!
I just started training for the new airline Air Canada rouge. As for how I got the job, I just let my personality shine and was confident in the interview. I did the same for my first airline job too. As for languages, I only speak English fluently, but because here in Canada we have two official language (English and French), I was assessed on my French skills several times throughout the interview process and had to acquire at least a Level 2 (out of 4) to be welcomed into the training program. Although having a second or third language isn’t a requirement of being a flight attendant, it really helps because it shows off a level of diversity and it also benefits both the employer and passengers when traveling to destinations where their first language may not be English.