2016 -2025 Elite Stewardesses Program Qualifications
Compromise is not an option for our Elite Stewardesses Program
Since our conception in 2004, I have
worked hand-in-hand with CEO and
founder Rudy Gonzalez to begin what
has now become one of the most
unique and one of the most compliant
Stewardesses programs in Aviation.
Cadets selected for our Elite Stewardesses Program will go from 0 flight
experience to a candidate well prepared for our private jet industry. Our
6 month probation will consist of 500 hours of instruction with 50 actual
supervise flight hours, including our post -9/11 Elite Program Unit To
secure passenger safety antiterrorism and take back aircraft control this
high-intensity and high-impact physical training and examination test
with a 8 to 1 ratio for every eight girls that attend the class only 1 will
graduate to a show only top cadets will make the final cut and become an
Elite Stewardesses for Exotic Flights and it's other parent companies.
Exotic Flights Dubai and Illusions Air.
Unfortunately, the events of 9/11 have changed Aviation forever and the
flight attendant of the past and of the present are not qualified to deal
with the ongoing threats that we are faced with every day in skies. Exotic
Flights Elite Stewardesses will be trained in counter-terrorism
awareness. And in engagement.
Founder & CEO Rudy Gonzalez
Our Elite Stewardesses are the most highly visible employees to our
customers. The friendliness and quality of service provided by our Elite
Stewardesses greatly influence our customers' perceptions of Exotic
Flights. Therefore, applicants are required to meet certain application
Flight Attendant Qualifications in compliance with
FAR part 121 flight attendant
Exceptional interpersonal skills.
Caring and nurturing disposition.
Ability to accept personal responsibility for resolving concerns.
Strong work ethic.
Good service orientation.
Excellent communication skills.
Professional appearance suitable for a conservative business
Friendly and polite in all situations.
Ability to handle pressure in stressful situations.
Physical agility and strength for assisting customers and their
Requirements for Applicants:
A minimum age of 24 to 39 (with some exceptions)
Must be single (must a single status for 3 years after contract)
No children (with some exceptions) (for a period of 3 years after
Weight needs to be in proportion to height, and there may be a
Physical fitness, with the ability to swim at least 25 meters.
Normal color vision and good eyesight.
Fluent in English and a second language.
A valid passport allowing unrestricted world travel.
In addition, previous experience in a customer service role is often
required. Cabin crew may also be subject to criminal records
checks for airport security clearance.
Flight attendants are also subject to weight requirements as well.
Weight must usually be in proportion to height; persons outside
the normal range may not be qualified to act as flight attendants.
College degree or equivalency.
Secondary education is preferred (Aviation)
Basic computer literacy.
Ability to perform basic math skills.
Strict mental health condition.
Strict physical condition.
Strict uniform requirements.
Minimum 2 years’ direct customer service experience.
Ability to read, write and fluently speak and understand the
Bilingual fluency (ability to speak, read and write) in Spanish,
French, Italian, Dutch, German, Chinese (Cantonese, Mandarin),
Japanese, Hebrew, Portuguese or Russian is preferred.
Possess and maintain a valid United States passport or foreign
passport with applicable VISAs. Non-U.S. citizens must currently
hold a Permanent Resident Card (Green Card). Continental.
Flight attendant applicants for immigration purposes. Applicants
must have the right to travel freely in and out of the United
States, to and from all cities served by Continental Airlines
Authorized to work in the United States as defined in the
Immigration Reform Act of 1986.
Fulfill a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) required ten-year
work history review, a criminal background check and submit to
Ability to comprehend and retain information pertinent to the
Willing to work holidays, weekends, nights and extended hours.
Willing to work "reserve" status for a long duration
Willing to reside within a driving radius of your assigned base.
Willing to relocate based on company's operational needs.
Willing to submit to random drug/alcohol testing.
Reliable transportation to and from the airport.
Flight attendants work in an environment subject to frequent changes in
geography, culture, climate, cabin altitude, G-forces, dry air, high noise
levels, dim lighting, turbulence and continuous and frequent contact with
others in flight. Flight attendants work in confined spaces of aircraft
aisles and galleys. To accomplish service and cabin equipment operation
needs for periods of long duration, flight attendants must stand, walk,
kneel, bend, stoop, stretch, reach, lift heavy objects from the floor to above
shoulder level and push/pull equipment.
In aviation, flight attendants — formerly known as stewards, air
hostesses, or stewardesses, and, somewhat disparagingly (at least in
western society), as sky girls or stews — are members of a flight crew
employed by airlines to ensure the safety and comfort of the passengers
aboard our jets
Safety training includes, but is not limited to: emergency passenger
evacuation management, use of evacuation slides / life rafts, in-flight
firefighting, survival in the jungle, sea, desert, ice, first aid,
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), defibrillation, and
ditching/emergency landing procedures, decompression emergencies,
Crew Resource Management and security.
Minimum height of 5'5" and maximum height of 6'0" without
Height and weight proportionate to maintain professional
appearance; body size cannot exceed specific aircraft
dimensions (example: jump seat, harness without modification,
cabin aisle and emergency exits)
Vision correctable to 20/40 or better (uncorrected 20/200 or
Push and pull beverage/meal cart (150-250 lbs.)
Lift liquor kit (up to 43 lbs.)
Lift emergency window exit (up to 60 lbs.)
Open emergency door (91-126 lbs. stress)
Maintain lifestyle free from alcohol abuse and illegal drug use
Successful completion of pre-employment examination
revealing no physical or mental limitations that would impair
the ability to perform routine or emergency duty
Remember that you will be working in front of the public on a regular
basis. From greeting, serving and assisting passengers to make
announcements, you will always be representing the company in a
customer service role. Because it is very important to project a positive
image, Exotic Flights is very careful about selecting candidates who have
experience working with the public.
Exotic Flights is very particular about hiring individuals who have a neat
and attractive appearance. After all, flight attendants are the only
employees to have direct, continuous contact with the traveling public.
No matter what the marketing department propagates over the airwaves
or in print, flight attendants must look neat and professional in order for
the airline to develop an appealing brand identity.
Physical examination to every new-hire during this exam, an airline is
able to detect whether you lied on your application about your height,
whether you have a drug or alcohol problem, or whether your past
medical history shows anything adverse that would disqualify you from
getting the job. Since you are given a urinalysis during this physical, it is
very important that you inform the examiners of any medications you
might be taking.
In addition to the medical exam, there is also a thorough FBI background
check. During the background check, which can go back as many as 10
years, virtually everything about you is investigated - your age, place of
birth, school records, criminal records (if any), etc. If an airline finds that
you lied on your application or you have any sort of criminal record, you
will be immediately dismissed
Maintenance & Training Requirements
Along with staying in good physical condition, all flight attendants must
conform to the maximum weight and body fat standards as established
by Director of Physical Conditioning & Health Management. These
requirements are necessary to maintain the proper degree of
professionalism and a sharp fit appearance in Exotic Flights customized
uniform. Before you can activate the flight attendant job with Exotic
Flights, you will be trained to meet Exotic Flights weight and fitness
standards when you arrive for training and enroll in flight schedules. If
you exceed Exotic Flights flight attendant’s physical standards, our job
offer may be withdrawn.
Record daily training and meal plans.
Minimum of 5 hours of physical training every week.
Attend monthly Exotic Flights team building physical
Record and report body composition assessment.
Attend corporate fitness seminars to gain healthy dieting
and nutrition knowledge for passengers.
Attend corporate group fitness classes followed by a
customized training program given to each flight attendant.
Fitness training programs are including but not limited to
aerobic fitness, strength training, core exercises, balance
training, flexibility, and endurance.
More Mandatory Requirements for our Elite Stewardesses Program in
Must endure extreme physical training & swimming.
Must meet our uniform standard of height & weight.
Must be a US citizen or proper International visa.
Must be between the ages of 21 to 31 (with some exceptions)
Must be single.
No children. (with some exceptions)
No Mental illness.
Must be bilingual.
Must clear homeland security background check.
Must meet FAA & FBI clearance.
I must complete and pass flight attendant training program
FAR part 121.
Must obtain your private pilot’s license as a mandatory part
of your contract
Mandatory PADI Search & Rescue certification.
Mandatory Close Quarter combat training & certification in
Mandatory lifeguard certification.
Critical choice 1st Aid training & certification.
International etiquette training & certification.
Counter-terrorism training & certification
Emergency cockpit training.
Must pass our psychological evaluation (fit for flight)
Must Sign our 5-year employment agreement.
Elite Stewardesses Program is pay by Exotic Flights
Course Overview: Mandatory Course for Stage 2 Crash Survival.
This course has been used by U.S. Air Force EOD, U.S. Navy EOD, and
The Department of Defense to prepare soldiers for global deployment.
Don't be intimidated, however, the public offering is suitable for
everyone who wants to learn.
This course now includes a nationally accepted Wilderness First Aid
certification, and our own intermediate survival skills certification
Come spend seven days of full immersion training with us in the
mountain, desert, and temperate environments. You will train hands-on
in a variety of climates as you learn; several methods of primitive fire
making, several styles of primitive shelters, how to locate and purify
water, wild plants for; food/medicine/hygiene/cordage and more, a
variety of primitive traps and primitive weapons, to cook food with
primitive methods, map and compass navigation, wilderness first aid,
how to relate and apply all these skills in each environment, how each
environment dictates your priorities as well as supplies your needs, and
so much more!
You will receive a total survival system based on; universal application,
sound scientific principles, critical thinking, and hands-on training that
you may apply anywhere in the world. Ever want to be one of those
people that can do anything with a pocket knife? Then this course is for
Day 1: San Bernadine Mountains. After an introduction to our training
and a safety briefing, we'll spend the day training in the mountains
surrounded by big ponderosa pines and cool mountain air. You'll also
build a shelter yourself and spend the night in it- under our guidance of
course. On this day we will cover the essentials of survival in mountain
environments. Learn wild plants native to these environments, which
areas in the mountains are the most productive for humans, mountain
shelter construction, how this environment will dictate your priorities
and needs, and more.
Day 2: Field gathering and more. Explore the local area and learn to
identify and harvest wild plants for food medicine, and utility purposes.
Harvest materials for your first traps, weapons, and friction fire kits.
We reinforce the essentials of survival and train hard in wilderness first
aid. Return to the outdoor training center for the evening.
Day 3: The Desert. Spend the day learning the high science of desert
survival. We will cover; the principles of locating water in arid
environments, gathering plant transpiration where there is no surface
water (performed hands-on), using solar evaporation skills (performed
hands-on), as well as digging for water. We will also address; what type
of clothing to wear in extreme desert environments, readiness, and how
to hike in extreme heat. Of course, you will also identify and process
wild desert plants. We spend the night under the stars on this night.
Day 4: Wilderness First Aid. We'll spend the day training in wilderness
first aid and take our exam at the end. Wilderness first aid is based on
extended care in the field and improvisation, which means it is much
more advanced than standard first aid. Closing and packing wounds,
setting joints, splinting, and much more are covered, sometimes
improvised with wild/natural materials and even camping gear. This is
very hands-on and scenario-based.
Day 5: Tracking and primitive skills. Learn to track man and beast on
this tracking training day. We'll also cover such primitive skills as
trapping, foraging, and tool & container making
Day 6: Map and compass (field orienteering). Spend the morning
learning to use a topographic map and compass. Learn to: adjust
declination, shoot a bearing with a compass, triangulate your position,
reverse azimuth, and to plot your route; all while actually navigating off
trail in the field. This day will also cover an emergency signaling
Day 7: Train and review the skills you've learned over the past 6 days
as well as acquire a new skill; stone knapping. You will train with world
class stone knapper Gary Pickett and learn to form sharp points and
razor-like edges out of stone. Go caveman.
Course Overview: Mandatory Course for Stage 3 Rescue Diver
Scuba divers describe the PADI Rescue Diver course as the most
challenging, yet most rewarding course they’ve ever taken. Why?
Because you learn to prevent and manage problems in the water and
become more confident in your skills as a rescue diver, knowing that
you can help others if needed. During the course, you learn to become a
better buddy by practicing problem-solving skills until they become
second nature. Plus, the course is just fun – it’s serious, but still allows
for lots of laughter in between the focused learning.
PADI (Junior) Adventure Divers who are at least 12 years old and have
completed the Underwater Navigation Adventure Dive may enroll in a
Rescue Diver course. You also need to have Emergency First Response
Primary and Secondary Care (CPR and First Aid) training within the
past 24 months. You can complete this training during the Rescue Diver
course. Your instructor may also offer the PADI Emergency Oxygen
Provider specialty diver course at the same time.
The PADI Rescue Diver course prepares you to deal with dive
emergencies, minor and major, using a variety of techniques. Through
knowledge development and rescue exercises, you learn what to look for
and how to respond. During rescue scenarios, you put into practice your
knowledge and skills. Topics include:
Recognizing and managing stress in other divers
Emergency management and equipment
Rescuing panicked divers
Rescuing unresponsive divers