Air North endorses and uses the Inflight Institute.com
for ALL Flight Attendant Hiring
This airline requires all Flight Attendant applicants to hold a certificate
of completion from the Inflight Institute prior to being considered for an interview.
Air North has been in operation since 1977 and has been providing scheduled passenger service since 1986.
Type of Operation & Aircraft Type
Air North provides scheduled and charter passenger and freight service from their base in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada to points in the Yukon, Northwest Territories, Alaska, British Columbia, Alberta, and other surrounding areas.
Air North presently operates two Boeing 737 aircraft, three HS748 aircraft.
- Canadian citizen or landed immigrant
- Grade 12 or equivalent
- Min age 19
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Solid leadership skills
- Customer service experience
- English / French bilingualism a definite asset
- Physically fit (some lifting required)
- Well groomed
- Team player
- Flexible / punctual / reliable
- Ability to obtain and retain an Airport Restricted Area Pass in accordance with the Airport Restricted Area Access Clearance Program
- Passport required
- Must be able to travel extensively, and be away for extended periods of time
- Certificate of completion from the Inflight Institute.com
Note: Currently all Air North Flight Attendants are based in Whitehorse, Yukon.
Require Inflight Institute Training Courses
CT301 (Multiple Flight Attendants Onboard) CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
SP701 Aviation Medicine / First Aid (optional)
The above required program(s) are delivered through the Inflight Institute.com's online training system.
Many airlines use the Inflight Institute for all their hiring of Flight Attendants.
The use of the Inflight Institute holds many benefits, not only for the airline but for those who are considering a career as a Flight Attendant.
By requiring all applicants to gain a certificate of completion, everyone can be assured that the candidate is right for the job and holds a minimum level of knowledge that the airline requires.
How Does it Work?
When Air North plans a Flight Attendant ground school (hiring) they will contact the Inflight Institute to review a list of candidates that have completed the program. Based on this review Air North may select individuals for an interview.
From the interviewed candidates, Air North will invite successful applicants to initial ground school training.
Note: Successful completion of the Inflight Institute does *NOT* guarantee an interview or a position in ground school. However, only successful graduates from the Inflight Institute will be considered.