Breeze Air Drops Plan Limiting Flight Attendant Jobs to Students

May 7, 2021, 8:14 PM

Breeze Airways, an upstart carrier founded by airline entrepreneur David Neeleman, has dropped a plan to hire only full-time, online college students as flight attendants because the innovative plan didn’t produce enough job applicants.

Breeze posted flight attendant job openings on at least one online website Friday, but said it will continue the work-study program with Utah Valley University. While Breeze will hire students as young as 18, the notice for full-time flight attendant positions set a minimum age of 20 with the requirement of a high school diploma or equivalent.

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