On the heels of a record-setting year of hiring that brought 4,300 new flight attendants on board with Delta since the fall of 2021, Delta will keep the momentum going with the addition of between 4,000 and 6,000 more in 2023. Interested candidates should apply soon — the job won’t stay published for long.

“Our flight attendants have a unique opportunity to make a profound, lasting impact on the 200 million customers we serve every year,” said Jennifer Martin, Managing Director – IFS CX, Learning and Hiring. “We can’t wait to grow our team of highly skilled, safety-focused professionals who bring the Delta spirit to life on every flight.”  

Interested candidates can apply starting today. Candidates who previously applied but were not selected to advance must wait three months from the time of disqualification to reapply.

Applicants must have a high school degree or GED, the ability to work in the U.S., speak English fluently and be at least 21 years of age by the date of application submission. Prior to their training start date, all new-hire flight attendants must be fully vaccinated. Fully vaccinated is two weeks after the second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or two weeks after one dose of the J&J vaccine.

Delta flights operate daily, overnight year-round; therefore, flight attendants must be flexible and willing to fly both international and domestic routes. With a global network spanning over 300 destinations, Delta is also seeking language of destination applicants who have fluency in English and one of the following languages: Danish, Dutch, French, Italian, Greek, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, Czech, Swedish and Hebrew.