Do flight attendants only get paid when they are in the air?
Flight attendants for some airlines generally receive two kinds of hourly pay. Most of it comes during their "flight hours," which is the time between when a flight leaves the gate at its origin and arrives at the gate at its destination.
Do flight attendants get paid standby?
Yes, typically flight attendants are paid while scheduled to be on reserve. The amount they are paid depends on the airline they work for and the contract they've agreed to. Some airline will pay you a reduced set rate for the hours you're on reserve.
How much do Pilots make a year?
Airline pilots earn an average annual wage of $174,870, according to the BLS, more than triple the average annual wage for all occupations, $53,490. In the 10 states where airline pilot salaries are the highest, the average annual wage can be more than $200,000, although these states are very exceptional.
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Do flight attendants need a degree?
Flight attendants must have at least a high school diploma and preferably an associate's or bachelor's degree. Instead of going to college, some people enroll in flight attendant school. If you want to work on international flights, you might need to take foreign language classes.
Is becoming a flight attendant difficult?
But the training is hard. As in, really hard. Training can last anywhere from 4 to 8 weeks, 11 hours a day with just one day rest a week. Written exams every day, practical exams, long days spent in the classroom and aircraft cabin mock-ups, it's pretty fast-paced and relentless.
Can flight attendants take Adderall?
FAA Banned Substance
Adderall, also known as dextroamphetamine sulfate, could be approved on a case-by-case basis by the FAA. If Adderall must be taken regularly, the FAA will not allow its use by active flight attendants or pilots.