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  1. If you we're flying from TX to Tokyo who would you choose to sit next to and why.
    If I was flying from Texas to Tokyo I would chose to set someone that is from Tokyo and idea from them where is a good place to see the fact that most people wouldn't know about as well as typical food and attractions the most tourists wouldn't know about.
    If I was flying as a passenger to Tokyo From Texas I would choose to sit next to some that appeared to be a crew member or someone friendly and safe. Also someone I could possibly help if needed. A teenager or younger passenger or another female passenger or family. Possibly a businessman who seemed polite and kind.
    A younger female. It is a long flight to a foreign country I would want to feel somewhat comfortable next to a strange passenger and I may make them feel at ease as well. They maybe interesting to talk to.
  2. Tell me about yourself.
  3. How do you persuade people to embrace change?
    By telling them that change is a good thing because you can always learn from knowing other aspects of life.
  4. Name one thing you remember about one group member's responses.
  5. Why do you want to become a Flight Attendant with AA?
  6. Tell us about a time you had a memorable team activity.
    Working with my co-realtors at Keller Williams Group on Red day helping beautify a woman's shelter
  7. How would you handle a passenger at the airport in a wheelchair with no family members at the airport.
    Assist as if they were a family member.
  8. How well do you work with others?
    Since I can remember, I've always been a team player! I love being a leader, but I have never seen a issue with taking guidence from a peer or superior. Team work is the Dream work
    Great
  9. How would you handle a person that you can not understand?
    I would look directly at them and say that I do apologize if you could repeat yourself slowly, and if I still can't understand them I would ask someone around if they understand what they are asking, and if that doesn't work I would have them show me what they need.
    Ask them to repeat themself slowly and if still can't understand find another coworker to see if they can help.
    I would try to find someone around and see if they understand, if that wouldn't work I would ask them to show me what they need
  10. What are the employee cultures of American Airlines?