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Bil Rivera has been a flight attendant since 2002. He has helped numerous people achieve their goal of becoming flight attedants. His YouTube channel called Ask a Flight Attendant has amassed over 1,175,000 views. The people he has helped have sucessfully gotten jobs with American Airlines, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, Southwest Airlines, JetBlue, Spirit Airlines, Allegiant Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Etihad, and many more. 

In this book, Bil has put in all the information that you will need to get your job as a flight attendant. This book is easy to listen to. It is straight, and to the point. You will learn the truth (both good) about the flight attendant position. You will be able to walk into any interview with the confidence that you are prepared for anything that comes your way. This is a blueprint for anyone seeking a job, or wanting a change.

©2019 William Rivera (P)2019 William Rivera

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  • 03-01-20

From a Co Flight Attendant🛫♥️

This is all spot on! Everything I have experienced in interviews with multiple airlines, training, and on the job, etc! Even some new things I have learned. Highly recommended!

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  • 06-11-19

informative & entertaining

this book weaves together the stories one flight attendant (bill Rivera) shares in becoming and thriving in the career, while also sprinkling in some basic "how to" I'm not in the aviation industry but have a new appreciation for the work and certainly the rigorous hiring process. gives me a lot to think about as a passenger and traveler. it's also an interesting perspective to consider the parallels across my line of work with rivera's experience. the narration was so smooth and natural. at times it felt like the narrator (gregory sutton) was speaking directly to me. I really enjoyed how it presents as conversational. his voice was soothing and always clear to understand. It never felt like he was reading, his voice is dynamic without being over the top. he gave Rivera's words voice. great listen. would love to read feedback from listeners in the field of aviation.

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  • 01-10-19

This book is very informative. U need a 2nd book.

I love your book. This book is very informative. You covered a lot of good detail but it would be nice if you had some different books that could cover details that you couldn't cover in your first book. You mention about the different types of airlines and International travel. That could be a book in its self. What about speaking different languages? You didn't cover that at large. Can speaking multiple languages depend on your pain and what type of work you could be hired for? How are you as a flight attendant trained to help PWD People With Disabilities. I am a PWD. My experience on a Frontieer flight that was very helpful was before the flight took off the flight attend asked me, "What is the best way that we can help you off of the aircraft in the event of an emergency"? That was helpful and a big concern as a PWD is how would you handle a situation where you are flying for 15 plus hours without stopping and someone who can't walk at all because they use a power chair, needs to use the lavatory room? There is more that can be told. Thank You for your service.