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We're so excited to announce that Module 6 is now available!

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Canadian French for Flight Attendants - Modules 1 to 6 - is your comprehensive French course. Start from French basics. Pass your airline French test to be hired. Pass your airline French retests to maintain your language qualification. Learn the French you need for all situations on the job as a flight attendant.

As aviation recovers from the pandemic, competition will be fierce amongst new applicants and amongst flight attendants vying to be recalled. Nothing else will put you ahead of the competition more than having French under your belt.


Module 6: Airline French tests for working flight attendants

What you'll learn:

  • Talk about your job as a flight attendant.

  • Talk about your travels during your free time on your flight passes.

  • Talk about the likes and dislikes of your job.

  • Talk about how you would handle hypothetical flight attendant scenarios.

  • Talk about your experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Includes 4 Bonus Lessons, containing mock airline oral French tests for you to practice.

  • Includes important tips and tricks to help you pass your airline French test and maintain your French qualification during retests.

  • And much, much more!

See full course description here

Module 1 (Lessons 1-20): Introductory French

Module 2 (Lessons 21-40): Airline French tests for aspiring flight attendants

Module 3 (Lessons 41-60): French for flight attendants on the job-Basics

Module 4 (Lessons 61-80): French for flight attendants on the job-Extended

Module 5 (Lessons 81-100): French for flight attendants on the job-Advanced

Module 6 (Lessons 101-120 and bonus lessons): Airline French tests for working flight attendants


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From the Canadian French for Flight Attendants team, we wish everyone kindness, compassion, joy, and health in the new year.

We remain optimistic that 2021 will bring recovery to the world and to the airline industry. Vaccination. Rapid testing. Lifting travel restrictions. Restoring the public's confidence in the safety of air travel.


We'd like to let you know that we're working hard on Module 6 of Canadian French for Flight Attendants. This module is for those already working as flight attendants but wishing to pass a French test to be French-qualified in order to hold much better routes and schedules. We'll teach you common questions you may be asked in French and how to answer them. We'll also go over more inflight situations that you will come across. Here's a preview of the French you'll learn:

-Being asked how long you've been working as a flight attendant and what you did before.

-Being asked where you're based and if you commute.

-Being asked what your likes and dislikes about your job are.

-Being asked about your past and future trips you've made on your flight passes.

-Being asked to describe how you would handle potential inflight issues.

-Being asked to talk about your past inflight situations.

-Being asked to give mock briefings.

-Being asked to talk about your work experiences during the pandemic.

-And much, much more!


In the meantime, our special offer for Modules 1 through 5 is still on.

Use promo code 5Modules to save 45% when you purchase 5 Modules together.

Use promo code 3Modules to save 35% when you purchase 3 Modules together.



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Learn how to correctly pronounce the most common French last names you'll encounter working as a flight attendant. Addressing passengers by name shows respect and personalizes service, and it helps when we don't mess up the pronunciations.


Module 5 of Canadian French for Flight Attendants is now available! Save big! Learn the French for:

-Announcements for de-icing delays

-Announcements for lightning alerts, security breaches

-Delays caused by crew rest and emergency equipment

-Dealing with weight and balance issues

-Dealing with uncooperative passengers

-Announcements for missed approaches/rejected take offs

-Wifi/entertainment system issues

-More delay situations and customer service issues

-Full briefing of a generic emergency exit

-Full briefing for a passenger with a lap-held infant

-Familiarize yourself with Acadian and European French accents

-And much, much more!

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