Are you considering a career as a flight attendant? Below is average and starting salary information for flight attendant jobs to help make you decide if a career as a flight attendant is right for you.

All airlines are required by law to provide flight attendants the same safety and security that they provide to their customers. Although a flight attendant’s primary job is to ensure that all safety regulations are followed, attendants also have the responsibility to make flights comfortable for passengers.

Starting Salary for a Flight Attendant

The entry-level salary for a flight attendant ranges from $23,897 to $45,781 based on location and airline. Some states, like North Carolina, pay much more while Nevada boasts the lowest starting salary.

Average Flight Attendant Salary

The average salary for a flight attendant with a few years of experience is $54,145. Smaller companies tend to pay more than large companies for the same experience level. More likely, those smaller companies are hiring flight attendants for private jets with more wealthy clientele. Maximum flight attendant salaries top out at around $75,000 or more per year. If you are seeking a position as a flight attendant, do your research between companies before applying to ensure you get the maximum salary for your experience.

Most flight attendants begin with reserve status, which means they’re on call to fill in for any vacancies. Opportunities for advancement arise with more experience, and they open up better schedules and better routes. Some advancement may lead to managerial roles. Others offer advancement options to handle ticket windows or reservations.

Position Benefits

Paid time off, pension, sick days, health care, insurance and bonuses are a few of the benefits you can expect in your position as a flight attendant.

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