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Delta Flight Attendant Bilingual Skills

New York City, New York, United States
January 14, 2019


Delta Flight Attendant – Bilingual Skills Required

At Delta, we move the people who move the world. With an industry-leading global network, Delta Air Lines and Delta Connection carriers offer service to 306 destinations in 52 countries on six continents. Recognized as the best in the business, our Flight Attendants touch the lives of our 180 million annual customers every day. Keep climbing and join us today with a career as a Flight Attendant.

See the world as you travel with Delta as a Foreign Language Flight Attendant! APPLY BELOW

Hebrew -


Hebrew -

Portuguese Speaking -

Delta Air Lines’ flights operate day and night and all year-round; Flight Attendants must be willing and able to work a flexible schedule.

As an industry leader, Delta is proud to offer all employees an appealing compensation package including competitive pay, excellent benefits and worldwide travel privileges.

Flight Attendant compensation is paid as an hourly rate for all hours flown or credited. Additional credits (premiums/incentive pay) are paid for, but are not limited to: Purser, Flight Leader, Language of Destination (LOD) premium pay, drafting pay, incentive pay, and expense reimbursements. Total compensation also includes Shared Rewards (benefits), Holiday Pay and profit sharing (based on company performance).

Flight attendants are paid semimonthly and pay is based on scheduled or actual flight time for each flight segment and/or the applicable credit time guarantee, whichever is greater.

As a Delta Flight Attendant, some factors that may affect your compensation are the number of hours you fly per month, tenure and geographic location.

Key Responsibilities of Our Flight Attendants:

Ensure the safety and comfort of our passengers while providing exceptional customer service, at an altitude of at least 8,000 feet

Participate in preflight briefings and in-flight responsibilities

Demonstrate the use of safety and emergency equipment and ensure safety requirements are met

Prepare, serve and sell beverages (including alcohol) and meals (which may include beef, pork, seafood, peanuts, etc.)

Answer questions and assist passengers when necessary, particularly those with special needs

Comfort and reassure passengers’ during the flight when an aircraft experiences delays or hits turbulence

Administer and coordinate emergency procedures or provide emergency care when needed

Respond to and provide clear and accurate directions (verbally or non-verbally) to passengers in the event of an emergency

Ability to work in a physically demanding role which requires frequent standing, walking, bending, stooping, pushing, pulling, reaching and lifting (i.e., pushing/pulling beverage or food carts and lifting and opening emergency aircraft doors)

Ability to sit in an assigned jump seat with seatbelt and shoulder harness fastened.