Delta To Hire 1k Flight Attendants And Launch A New 10 Episode Series?!

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As reported by the Atlanta Business Chronicle, Delta plans to hire 1,000 new flight attendants in 2018 and “is flying into a new multimedia venture as its hiring season takes off” with a new mini-series.

Delta To Hire 1k Flight Attendants And Launch A 10 Episode Series?!

Delta said Monday morning that it has more than 1,000 flight attendant job openings for 2018. The Atlanta-based airline said 150,000 applicants applied last year for roughly 1,200 flight attendant jobs, with the company picking fewer than 1 percent of the 35,000 video interviews it reviewed and 6,000 in-person interviews it conducted.

To give a better understanding of being a flight attendant, Delta said it is launching the ‘Earning our Wings’ mini-series every Monday and Thursday on YouTube;and the Delta News Hub.

Delta To Hire 1k Flight Attendants And Launch A New 10 Episode Series?!

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The 10-episode series will chronicle the journey of five new hires as they make their way through the eight-week training program each new flight attendant must complete at Delta’s Atlanta headquarters.

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Bottom Line

Check out this new mini-series ‘Earning our Wings’ to see what it’s like to train to be a Delta Flight Attendant.

HT::Atlanta Business Chronicle

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