Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Start Your Career in Aviation Today!
Flair Airlines is a Canadian airline headquartered in Kelowna, BC with bases in British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, and Ontario. Our company operates scheduled domestic passenger services and charters in Canada, USA, and internationally.
We are hiring full-time Flight Attendants for our Edmonton, Alberta base.
Ensuring safety first and foremost, our Flight Attendants are friendly, customer service-oriented professionals entrusted with the comfort and safety of our passengers. If this sounds like you ‐ we want to meet you!
Date: Wednesday February 28, 2018
Time: 9am – 7pm MST
Please feel free to drop in anytime. We will be conducting on the spot interviews.
Location: Best Western Plus Edmonton Airport
5705 50th Street
Leduc, AB T9E 6Z8
What to Bring: Please bring copies of your resume and a photocopy of your Canadian Passport Canadian Permanent Resident card (accompanied with all applicable Visas necessary to enable you to perform the duties of a Flight Attendant wherever Flair Airlines operates).If available, please bring a copy of completed Inflight Institute CT301 course certificate.
Flight Attendant Responsibilities:
Perform in‐flight service duties: greet passengers, provide in‐flight announcements, safety demonstrations, serve beverages and meals and be accountable for cash handling;
Provide customer service and assistance to passengers with various items including answering general questions and stowing carry‐on items, which may include pushing, pulling, reaching, stooping, twisting, kneeling, lifting and carrying items;
Provide consistent levels of superior customer service and satisfaction by anticipating customer needs and exceeding expectations in the provision of service;
Provide assistance and timely communication to passengers during emergency and unusual incidents (i.e. delayed flight, severe weather condition, turbulent flight, etc.);
Operate mechanical and emergency safety equipment;
Light grooming of aircraft as required; and
Adhere to all company policies and Transport Canada regulations to ensure a safe cabin environment is maintained.
Flight Attendant Requirements:
Minimum age of 19 years;
Must be legally eligible to work in Canada;
Must hold a valid Canadian passport. Candidate must have a valid passport at time of hire. Where a Canadian Passport is not held, a Canadian Permanent Resident card (accompanied with all applicable Visas necessary to enable you to perform the duties of a Flight Attendant wherever Flair Airlines operates) is required;
Ability to obtain and maintain an Airport Restricted Area Identification Card (requires a 5-year traceable history, a clear criminal record and a Canadian citizenship or Permanent Resident card);
Ability to be away from home for extended periods of time and work irregular hours, evenings, weekends and holidays with a schedule that varies, often on short notice;
Successful completion of a pre‐employment aviation medical (including alcohol and drug screening) and a criminal record check;
Successful completion of the CT301 course through the Inflight Institute is required prior to receiving company initial training, if selected. The cost of the course is reimbursed by Flair if the candidate successfully completes six (6) months of continuous employment;
Must successfully complete and pass the company’s initial training program. Successful candidates must be able to be away from home for up to 3 weeks in duration for initial training;
Patient and able to work effectively both individually and as a member of a team; sometimes under difficult and stressful circumstances;
Safety conscious and positive attitude;
Previous customer service or serving experience is an asset; and
French fluency is considered an asset.
Flair Airlines offers a competitive compensation package including medical and dental benefits, short and long-term disability, life insurance, dependent life insurance, employee & family assistance program, a defined contribution pension plan (matched contributions), and a staff travel program. Further information may be found at www.flairair.ca.