15 of the hardest interview questions you have to answer to become a flight attendant

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'How many basketballs would fit in this room?' — Delta Air Lines flight attendant candidate

'How many basketballs would fit in this room?' — Delta Air Lines flight attendant candidate
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'A fellow employee is texting during take off — what do you do?' — Alaska Airlines flight attendant candidate

'A fellow employee is texting during take off — what do you do?' — Alaska Airlines flight attendant candidate
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'Describe a time you were in an emergency situation and how did you handle it?' — Southwest Airlines flight attendant candidate

'Describe a time you were in an emergency situation and how did you handle it?' — Southwest Airlines flight attendant candidate
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'Convince us that you can work under pressure.' — Virgin America flight attendant candidate

'Convince us that you can work under pressure.' — Virgin America flight attendant candidate
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'If you could be anywhere in the world right now where would you be?' — American Airlines flight attendant candidate

'If you could be anywhere in the world right now where would you be?' — American Airlines flight attendant candidate
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'What is the international distress signal?' — US Airways flight attendant candidate

'What is the international distress signal?' — US Airways flight attendant candidate
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'Can you recall a time when you had to break an obligation, and for what reason?' — JetBlue flight attendant candidate

'Can you recall a time when you had to break an obligation, and for what reason?' — JetBlue flight attendant candidate
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'I'm a customer who refuses to close their laptop before takeoff — what do you do?' Then, 'You come back and I still haven't turned it off — what do you do now?' — United Airlines flight attendant candidate

'I'm a customer who refuses to close their laptop before takeoff — what do you do?' Then, 'You come back and I still haven't turned it off — what do you do now?' — United Airlines flight attendant candidate
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'If you were working and there was a passenger complaining about sitting next to someone of a different race, how would you handle it?' — ExpressJet Airlines flight attendant candidate

'If you were working and there was a passenger complaining about sitting next to someone of a different race, how would you handle it?' — ExpressJet Airlines flight attendant candidate
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'Describe the color yellow to somebody who's blind' — Spirit Airlines flight attendant candidate

'Describe the color yellow to somebody who's blind' — Spirit Airlines flight attendant candidate
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'What would you do if a passenger told you it was their loved one's remains inside the urn they were holding and they didn't want to place it underneath the seat?' — Alaska Airlines flight attendant candidate

'What would you do if a passenger told you it was their loved one's remains inside the urn they were holding and they didn't want to place it underneath the seat?' — Alaska Airlines flight attendant candidate
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'If a coworker was removing items from the aircraft would you talk to them about it first or report to management?' — Delta Air Lines flight attendant candidate

'If a coworker was removing items from the aircraft would you talk to them about it first or report to management?' — Delta Air Lines flight attendant candidate
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'Create a PA announcement for a couple celebrating their 50th year anniversary' — Delta Air Lines flight attendant candidate

'Create a PA announcement for a couple celebrating their 50th year anniversary' — Delta Air Lines flight attendant candidate
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'You are mid-flight and the pilot asks you to preform a task which you are not authorized to preform. How would you handle the situation?' — Air Wisconsin Airlines flight attendant candidate

'You are mid-flight and the pilot asks you to preform a task which you are not authorized to preform. How would you handle the situation?' — Air Wisconsin Airlines flight attendant candidate
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'You have one seat left on a flight, and you have five passengers waiting on standby: A military man in uniform, a pregnant woman, a woman and her infant child, an elite customer who is a frequent flyer of Northwest Airlines, and a gentleman trying to go and see his ill sister. Who will be the one to get the empty seat on the flight, and why?' — Northwest Airlines (now Delta Air Lines) flight attendant candidate

'You have one seat left on a flight, and you have five passengers waiting on standby: A military man in uniform, a pregnant woman, a woman and her infant child, an elite customer who is a frequent flyer of Northwest Airlines, and a gentleman trying to go and see his ill sister. Who will be the one to get the empty seat on the flight, and why?' — Northwest Airlines (now Delta Air Lines) flight attendant candidate
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