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January 15, 2018

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International Recruitment for Language Exchange Program

February 14, 2018

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Advantages of Enrolling with Airline Recruitment Solutions Exchange Program

June 15, 2018

Many programs promise certifications and training to become a flight attendant. Yet ARS delivers students everything they offer and so much more. Our focus is to give students the opportunity to apply for International Flight Attendant jobs, not just domestic. We offer trainings at the best Airline facilities around the world along with Federal certifications in USA and Europe. International students wishing to learn English as a Second Language can have additional certification through the University of Arizona CESL program. Here is a quick reference listing of our curriculum.


Federal safety certifications for both US (FAA) and Europe (EASA).

Preparedness certifications are assessed and issued by the following International Airlines at their facilities:

  • British Airways
  • Etihad
  • Lufthansa

Flight Attendant Trainees will learn:

  • Aircraft configurations
  • Aircraft type certification for Cabin Crew issued by the Airline following training
  • Airbus A320 A330/340 introduction to A380 with Etihad / British Airways.
  • Boeing B737, B767, B747 800 (Lufthansa), B787 Lufthansa / Etihad Airways.
  • Airline terminology
  • Phonetic Alphabet
  • ICAO English
  • US and International geography
  • Daylight Savings, 24 Hour clock, Airline Call Letters
  • First aid, CPR review, Aviation Medicine
  • Emergency procedures/plane evacuation review
  • Emergency Procedure, Wet Water Drills, Survival and post-crash Certification FAA / EASA at Airline facilities
  • FARs (Federal Aviation Regulations)
  • EASA, European Aviation Safety Authority & I.C.A.O - International Civil Aviation Authority
  • What to expect during and after formal flight attendant training
  • Airline Flight Attendant flying / Work Experience
  • Airline Job Application, resume writing, interview preparation, and mentoring
  • Airline open house review and questions
  • Job listings alerts
  • Preparation for the Assessment, Selection, and Crew certification training

International Students will learn (in addition to flight attendant training via Univ. of Arizona CESL program):

  • English oral skills: casual conversation, pronunciation, slang, idioms, and colloquial language
  • Pronunciation: reducing accent, analyzing the sounds of American English, developing phonemic discrimination skills
  • Conversation: popular topics that reflect Americans’ cultural interests
  • TOEFL Preparation: reading, writing, speaking with a focus on vocabulary, grammar, rhetorical forms, and test-taking strategies