The average hourly pay for a Flight Attendant at Republic Airlines is $25.41.
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$17 - $33
$33,731 - $57,229
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Job Description for Flight Attendant
Flight attendants help assure the comfort and safety of airplane passengers. They provide food and beverage service on many flights. They also instruct passengers about safety measures before and during flight operations. Flight attendants act as customer service contacts with travelers, answering questions about rewards programs and handling complaints. Finally, the attendants serve an important security role by observing passenger behavior and reporting and handling any problems they encounter…Read more
Flight Attendant Tasks
- Greet fliers, accept tickets, assist with luggage, and direct passengers to their seats.
- Keep the passenger area hygienic and in keeping with appearance standards.
- Make announcements, answer questions, and resolve emergent problems.
- Serve and/or sell meals, beverages and in-flight entertainment.
- Provide safety overviews to all passengers, particularly the exit rows.
Popular Employer Salaries for Flight Attendant
The top respondents for the job title Flight Attendant are from the companies American Airlines, United Airlines, Inc. and Delta Air Lines Inc. Reported salaries are highest at United Airlines, Inc. where the average pay is $45.95. Other companies that offer high salaries for this role include Southwest Airlines Co and American Airlines, earning around $35.85 and $30.72, respectively. Delta AirElite pays the lowest at around $16.50. Frontier Airlines and JetBlue Airways Corporation also pay on the lower end of the scale, paying $19.85 and $26.85, respectively.
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