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Delta is looking to hire 1,000 flight attendants. Here's how to apply

Posted at 11:41 AM, Aug 27, 2019

If you've wanted to take to the skies for a new career, then we have good news for you. Delta Air Lines announced Monday it's hiring flight attendants for the 2020 class, and they are looking to hire around 1,000 people.

To apply, you must have a high school degree or GED, the ability to work in the U.S., be fluent in English and be at least 21 years old by Jan. 1, 2020. Those who are accepted must be willing to fly both international and domestic routes and have a flexible schedule since Delta operates day and night throughout the year.

Delta is also seeking multilingual applicants for the Language of Destination team who are fluent in English and one of the following languages: Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, Greek, German, Italian, Japanese and Korean.

According to Delta, the best applicants will have one or more years of work in personalized customer service, patient care or a similar role, completion of a degree beyond high school and experience in a role ensuring the safety and care of others.

Those who are selected will complete six weeks of rigorous training at Delta World Headquarters in Atlanta early next year.

To apply, visit

This story was originally published on WXYZ.