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    How much do flight attendants get paid? It's a demanding job and you have to be away from your family a lot, so I would think it'd be good pay.

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    I'm not sure exactly how much they get, but there are lots of extra things that boost the pay. Apart from free flights they get money for expenses while away, and some kind of allowance for the inconvenience of being away from home.

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    I'm not sure either, but I did a quick research and the average annual salary for flight attendants is around 30,000 EUR. In the United States, the length of work experience is also a factor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ducky View Post
    How much do flight attendants get paid? It's a demanding job and you have to be away from your family a lot, so I would think it'd be good pay.
    The fact that it is a demanding job is not enough reason to guarantee a good pay but I think flight attendants earn fairly well. A lot of these come from travel allowances

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geniei View Post
    I'm not sure exactly how much they get, but there are lots of extra things that boost the pay. Apart from free flights they get money for expenses while away, and some kind of allowance for the inconvenience of being away from home.
    The average annual salary for Flight attendant is :
    Salary £12,822 - £28,383
    Bonus £494.35 - £7,000
    Commission £1,000 - £1,750
    Total Pay (?) £14,283 - £30,521
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    I worked as a crew scheduler for a commuter airline in the US, at the end of the month the flight attendants made about minimum wage, pay works differently when you are on reserve (just sitting and waiting for a flight), and for most flights you will not be paid during the time you are stuck in a hotel overnight. Mainline FAs probably make more, but it is not as glamorous as some think.
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    Going on my 4th year I can say that it has everything to do with how long you have been on the job. In my case roughly 30K after bonuses and all. The Sr. attendants make more but I can not say for sure. I also know that it depends on who you are with.
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    Starting pay for Flight Attendants is: $15.91 ( per flight hour)

    After 6 months: $17.05 (per flight hour)

    After one year: $18.77 (per flight hour)

    -Source: FLIGHT ATTENDANT SALARY SCALE - Flight Attendant Jobs | Indeed.com

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    The fact that it is a demanding job is not enough here reason to guarantee a good pay but I think flight attendants earn fairly well. A lot of more come from travel allowances

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