Each year, 100,000 people apply for a position as a Delta Air Lines flight attendant, but only 3,000 people get the job. That’s because it’s much more than being a waitress in the sky. We visited Delta’s flight attendant training facility in Atlanta to see how they’re trained for emergency evacuations and medical emergencies.
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How Flight Attendants Are Trained