Brief Introduction about yourself
Key skills for air cabin crew
Good communication skills
Excellent interpersonal skills
The ability to remain calm in emergencies or when dealing with difficult passengers
Diplomacy and tact
Good colour vision and hearing
Good general health and fitness – many airlines require cabin staff to be able to swim at least 25m
The ability to keep a cheery countenance when you’ve been on your feet a long time and you’re out of your time zone.
Employers often have physical requirements due to space restrictions within the galley; these may include minimum/maximum height requirements and proportionate bodyweight. Staff are required to look smart, often wearing a uniform.
Working as a flight attendant for a major airline provides plenty of contact with people as well as opportunities to travel. The air cabin crew of a commercial airline share responsibility for the safety and comfort of its passengers. Duties include:
The role can be physically and emotionally demanding and there is a high degree of responsibility involved. Cabin crew are expected to deal with all passengers diplomatically – even when feeling the effects of travelling through time zones and spending extended periods of time on their feet.
Many airlines require cabin staff to live within close proximity of a particular airport and crew members may have to go to work at short notice if on call. Working hours may involve long shifts and unsociable hours, and it may be necessary to work during public holidays. However, many cabin crew members enjoy the chance to interact with a wide range of people and the opportunities to explore and enjoy global destinations are almost unparalleled.
Hours may be slightly more regular if you work on short-haul flights than if you work on long-haul flights. If you work on long-haul flights, overnight stays may be required and there may be additional payments for this.
Useful websites for vacancies include Travel Weekly, Flight Global and Travel Trade Gazette, also known as TTG.
Specialist recruitment agencies advertise roles on behalf of major commercial and budget airlines from across the globe. Providers of training courses often have close links to recruitment agencies and airlines, which can be helpful.
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