Flight Attendant Careers at Delta

Because the more ground I cover,
the more common ground I find.
There are 90,000+ reasons to join Delta.
What's yours?

Begin the Career of a Lifetime


Each Delta flight attendant has a story of their own. Whether a career as a flight attendant is the first or second chapter in someone’s story, we’re honored to be part of 25,000+ journeys.

Flight Attendant Hiring Process


For further information on the hiring process, view the detailed hiring guide.


Get to Know Delta Flight Attendants


 

Mallory

"It’s an incredibly rewarding opportunity and career being a part of Delta."

 

Jean Louis

"Community is strong at Delta with the connections we build as we work together at our common goals."

 

Staci

"We take pride in taking care of not only our customers but our own and continuously identify new ways to take care of our people."

Frequently Asked Questions


You can view your application status in your profile on Delta's career site. You will receive email communications from Delta's Talent team as your status changes.
Unfortunately, once the questions on your application are submitted, they cannot be changed. 
The flight attendant opportunity is in high-demand, and it may take some time to hear from our Talent team. We will be in touch via email about next steps in the application process.

A virtual interview should be treated as much like a professional in-person interview as possible. Keep the following tips in mind when preparing for a virtual interview:  

  • This interview will be self-recorded 
  • Wear clean, pressed and professional clothing 
  • Be mindful of your presentation and communication throughout your experience and always portray professionalism 
  • Ensure you are in a quiet and professional environment free from distractions. Keep in mind, your location of choice should have a neutral background and good lighting. 
  • Virtual interviews are dependent on having a good internet connection. Test your connection before the interview and make sure your microphone and webcam are functioning correctly.  
  • Video is required for all interviews. Ensure you're not blocked, and that your webcam is at eye level (not angled up or down at you). Put yourself in the center of the frame. 
  • Answer questions clearly, honestly and accurately. Avoid pre-writing interview answer and reading your interview answers directly off from a piece of paper and/or another screen.  
Candidates should take their time while completing the assessment(s) and answer the questions without distraction or interruption. Be yourself and answer questions honestly.

As you prepare to join our team in Atlanta for the in-person Event Day, we recommend that  you keep in mind the following things: 

  • Consider the way our flight attendants dress and use that as inspiration. Wear clean, pressed, and professional clothing. If you are an internal candidate, do not wear your Delta uniform. 
  • Our uniform policy does not allow for visible tattoos and we recommend keeping that in mind as you prepare for Event Day. 
  • For candidates that prefer suits: 
    • Wear a two-piece suit and tie 
    • Dark, professional colors such as black, gray or navy are recommended 
  • For candidates that prefer dresses or skirts: 
    • A two-piece suit with skirt or tailored shift dress 
    • Dark, professional colors such as black, gray or navy are recommended 
    • Skirts and dresses should be mid-calf or knee-length 
  • Dress shoes with dark socks, if applicable, or flats, pumps or sensible heels 
  • Ensure facial hair is clean-shaven or neatly trimmed 
  • Eat a well-balanced meal prior to joining us for Event Day as you will be with our team for a few hours. Snacks and water will be provided throughout the day.  
Yes. Trained, experienced flight attendant interviewers’ partner with IFS Leadership and Delta's Talent team to select the most highly qualified candidates to become Delta flight attendants.
Candidates must successfully complete the required paperwork, including a background check and a drug screening, prior to their first day at Delta.
Operational need dictates the specific languages for which Delta may be hiring. You can view the Flight Attendant job opportunity on our career site to see the languages we are currently hiring for. 
Successful LOD candidates must be able to speak, read and write the language for which they are applying.
Delta flight attendant applicants must be at least 21 years of age.
Yes. Applicants must have a valid passport with a minimum of 30-months validity remaining when they report for training.

Flight attendants have a variety of base options with Delta’s numerous hubs located across the U.S. Details on base availability are provided prior to training and assignments are offered based on operational needs.

Current bases include ATL (Atlanta), BOS (Boston), CVG (Cincinnati), DTW (Detroit), FLL (Fort Lauderdale), HNL (Honolulu), JFK (New York City), LAX (Los Angeles), LGA (LaGuardia), MCO (Orlando), MSP (Minneapolis), PDX (Portland), SEA (Seattle), SFO (San Francisco), and SLC (Salt Lake City). 

Base availability will change throughout the year, meaning not all bases may be available to each training class, also, base options could vary if hired as a Bilingual (also known as Language of Destination/LOD) flight attendant. Bilingual flight attendants are required to remain assigned to their base for a minimum of 4-years after initial base assignment. 

The flight attendant position will be published until the needed number of applicants is received.  When the position is published, we recommend applying immediately as there is no designated date for when it will be unpublished.
Unfortunately, once the window is closed, we are unable to accept more applicants.  Internal and external candidates can turn on job alerts through their profile on Delta's career site to be alerted if the requisition is re-published.
If information changes, candidates can go into their profile on Delta’s career site and make edits to their profile.
Unsuccessful candidates may reapply after 3-months from the time of receiving the previous disqualification email and when a new job number is posted.
Unfortunately, due to the high volume of applications received for this position we are not able to provide individual feedback to all candidates.

 

Delta Air Lines, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer and provides reasonable accommodation in its application and selection process for qualified individuals, including accommodations related to compliance with conditional job offer requirements. Supporting medical or religious documentation will be required where applicable. To request a reasonable accommodation, please click here.