Yes. Aeroméxico is a Mexican airline.
Yes they can.
Depends on the airline
Their are so many airline who do hire married women for flight attendant.
Yes. Volaris is a Mexican airline with offices in Mexico, the US, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Costa Rica.
Simply look for an airline, open their web site and look for vacancies
on the airline website, go to the careers section
yes, it is called mexicana
This will depend on which airline you would like to work for. Each airline has there own training and programs. Your best bet would be to contact the airline you would like to work for and find out what their training program consist of. If you are unsure of which airline you would like you work for you could attend flight attendant school.
check the careers page for the airline your interested in
No, a flight attendant is not just a career for girls. many men are now flight attendants.
You don't go to college for a flight attendant. First, you get a job with an airline and they will train you as an attendant.
the part the airline attendant gives back to you of course
About $30,000 year if you work for a Major Airline.
unfortunitly you picked the worst time to want to become a flight attendant. the airlines are trimming work forces every week to save a buck or two. last night's air tragedy hurts airline bookings for the leisure travelers.so with all this good news if you still want to become a flight attendant write to all the airline companies, who knows maybe you'll get lucky
These days the position is called "Flight Attendant". You can apply to get a stewardess/Flight Attendant job at any airline. Be professional in your appearance and be prompt to the interview.
Southwest and Hawaiian airlines currently have open positions for airline attendants. Flightattendantcareer.com also allows searchers to look by area to find job openings.
I would want to work as a flight attendant (called a stewardess in my day!)
To become a flight attendant, one would just need to apply to an airline. Having a passport is a must for a flight attendant and having some sort of degree is recommended but not a requirement. A background in customer service can make up for not having a strong educational background. Each airline will have different requirements for their flight attendants. http://www.flightattendantfacts.com
It all depends on the airline, it is usually between 3 and 8 weeks.
no, they don't hire Filipinas for cabin crew as far as i know
The cast of Airline Safety Film 4A - 1991 includes: Leslie McMillen as Flight Attendant
It depends on the airline, some may even reach until 50 years of age, but typically the younger you join the airline industry the more you will get opportunities in the airline, maybe as a flight purser for promotion.