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Getting a job as a Flight Attendant in Brazil

July 20, 2012 Blog, FA_Articles No Comments

After doing the flight attendants course, and then passing the ANAC test, the real hard part begins! Looking for a job!

Most people believe that the most effective way to get into a Brazilian airline company is with the help of a contact, or a ‘fish’ as it is usually referred to. This certainly helps, so if possible, try to meet people in the industry so that you can get a good contact (fish) to hand your resume to the people doing the selection processes. You can do this by working in an area that has pilots and flight attendants (like the airport).

Elancers.com is another place where you can send your resume. The companies are able to retrieve your resume from the site to analyze.

Another form to send your email is by email or post. Below is a link of all the contact details of the companies in Brazil.



Probably the most effective will be to do all of the above. Like this you will get noticed and selected.

Good luck to you all!

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