The responsibilities of Cabin Crew, before and after each flight

At the time of the boarding, passengers, most of the time, are welcomed at the door of the airplane by the smiling faces of the cabin crew. The posture and their language must be positive, to make the passengers impressed even before take off. These will never know that behind the big smile, in fact, are hiding sometimes long hours of work, because newly airline companies resort more often to the double-sector system (this mean 4 consecutive flies in one day, for example: Dubai-Muscat-Dubai-Bahrein-Dubai)

If in the technical building at the briefing, the pilots did not present themselves before the cabin crew, they can organize a short meeting with the entire crew even before the flight, before boarding the passengers. As flight attendants arrive at the airplane 30-45 minutes before take-off, in all this time they have to organize practically the whole flight.

Safety and Security Control

Firstly, after they arrange their personal belongings in compartments, they can start by checking the intercommunication system, by making a short announcement in the cabin and responding to the call coming from the cabin manager. At the moment when the catering and cleaning teams have left the airplane, the cabin crew can start a safety and security control. Besides checking the doors and the cabin equipment, galleys(kitchen of the aircraft) and toilets (expiration date, pressure, the number of these on boars, intact seal), the cabin crew check also the alarm system in case of fire or smoke and the jump-seat. Through this equipment it is included the megaphone, oxygen tubes, extinguisher, lantern, demo kit, smoke mask, life vest, seatbelts for children, surviving kits and so on. In the cabin must be checked the presence of the seatbelts for all the passengers seats, life vests and the safety instruction card, and also the closing system of the masks and the baggage compartment.
Just now the cabin crew can start the security process, namely checking all the spaces in the airplane where any person can have access (seat pockets, storage space port, wardrobe, toilets, storing compartments of consumables and the trash, all the kitchen spaces and the compartments of emergency equipment and those destine for the cabin crew rest). Any object that doesn’t need to be in the airplane must be found by the flight attendant at the ground, before boarding the passengers and taken away by the security team of the airport. The cabin crew who are responsible at the kitchen will check the functionality of the catering equipment (cafeteria, refrigerators, food carts, boilers, electric oven, heating bread, microwave), their fixing system and of course their electric switches.

Catering & Duty Free

Once completed these procedures, will be taken the catering and duty free products, to make sure they will have an excellent service the whole flight. Therefore, the cabin crew responsible for selling the Duty Free will check their stock, the ones responsible for the bar will fill in the refrigerates with bottles of white wine, champagne, beer and juice, and the ones that are working in the kitchen, will number the trays and food casseroles to make sure that each passenger has a portion for the service offered on that flight. Of course, now is the time to check if any special foods are brought on board, like the ones for children, diabetics, and passengers with gluten intolerance, lactose, peanuts and so on.

Boarding the passengers

Once obtained the approval of the captain, the passenger can be boarded, taken to their seats by the cabin crew, process followed by distribution of some products on ground (amenity kit, menus, perfumed napkins, candies, newspapers) and a video and audio presentation of the safety equipment and the evacuation procedures in case of emergency. As soon as the passengers buckled their seatbelts, raised the seatbacks, table trays, feet support and sunshades and closed the electronic equipment, the cabin crew will transmit to the cabin manager that the entire cabin is ready to take off.
Such a preparation of the cabin will take place, as well, before landing, insisting on the fact that the passengers must remain seated till the airplane is completely stopped and the “Fasten the seatbelts” sign is off. Before landing, is again checked the bar stock and the Duty Free, compartments being sealed by the flight attendants responsible with it, and in case of a flight with a layover, it’s written also an inventory of the products remained on board for the cabin crew that will retrieve the airplane and even can be prepared the products used on the return flight.

Announcements on landing

In the announcement made after landing, the cabin crew can give information regarding to the airport, connections, terminals and smoking lounges in the airport. Once landed, as soon as the last passengers leave the airplane, the cabin crew will check again the security process to make sure that nobody forgot any luggage in the airplane, intentional or not, and the compartments in the kitchen will be sealed if the plane landed on base or if it will be another cabin crew without them to meet on board.

You can prepare for the upcoming interviews by attending our two day intensive training in Rome on 9-10 July. Find more informations about the course here.

Qatar Airways cabin crew

Interview process at Qatar Airways

One of the students who attended our course, How to be Cabin Crew, reached the final interview and told us, step by step, how each task went and what the attitude of the recruiters was, the entire interview.

Qatar Airways Tasks

“The recruiting started around 9 o’clock AM, as they announced in the precedent day at the moment we submitted our CV. There were 2 recruiters, very friendly, one from Malaysia and one from Poland. They let us enter the room and each of us was called individually to receive a sticker with the number we had at the Assessment and our names, then they explained how the day will go, what tasks we will have and so on.

1. English test

The day started with the first task, the English test, a relatively simple one. It was composed of 3 exercises (the first- we had to read a text then to answer to some questions, the second was a grammar exercise where we had to choose the right answer, and the last one was a text where we had to fill in the missing words). On the side of this exercises we also had to write an essay, on different themes like: the etic at the workplace, what are our qualities and so on.

2. Reach test + picking a note

The English test was followed by a 45 minutes break and then we were called back in the room where the recruiters called the names of the ones who did not pass the first task. They weren’t that many, around 10-15. Then followed the next task were we had to go, each of us, in a different room where we did the reach test and then they asked us if we have any birth marks or tattoos. After that, the recruiters told us to pick a note from the table (some had to choose between geometrical forms, others had colors). I had to choose a color from the ones that appeared on the note. Another round of eliminations followed after this task, but the reason for it I think nobody understood. The recruiters said that this elimination will be based on our CV, on the English knowledge and the first impression. What was true or not of this, I do not know.

3. Public speaking task

After the last elimination we remained around 55-60 persons (maximum) who got to the next step. Initially, they said that it would be a group task, but after the break it appeared they had changed their minds.
When we entered the room, after the break, they told us that because we remained that many it would be impossible for them to do the group task, so they changed it and we had to choose another ticket and to speak in front of the room (at the microphone) about the theme written on the note. The themes were different for each of us (some examples: How do you transmit your good disposition to the people around you? If you had any superpower, what would that be and why? What was the most embarrassing moment in your life? What was your biggest achievement till know? )

4. Final interview

After the third task we remained around 40 persons who managed to reach the final interview. Before the final interview the recruiters presented the company, how is life in Qatar, they gave us some documents to fill in, and then one by one we went to the final interview. This lasted around 10 minutes each, time in which the recruiters looked over our documents, we filled in what was missing and that was all. From which I understood, some of us had to answer some questions about customer service, from their experience. I didn’t receive any question. That was how the day passed, the recruitment day being finished around 10 PM.”

These were the Qatar Airways tasks at the interview in Bucharest, an interview that lasted more than 12 hours for the candidates that managed to be selected for the final interview. The speaking task in front of the other candidates, on the microphone, confirmed once again the crucial importance of knowing the techniques of public speaking by the candidates, an aspect on which we put a great accent at our courses How to be Cabin Crew. A future cabin crew needs to know how to speak and argue freely in front of an audience, to not have emotions when he/she give a speech and manage to control his/hers body language in those moments.

*the whole interview happened in English

We hope that this information will be useful for the next Qatar Airways recruitment and I hope you fulfill your dreams to fly, as quickly as possible. Do not forget that information means power and preparation is essential before any interview.

You can prepare for a cabin crew carrier by attending our two day intensive training in Rome on 9-10 July. Find more information about the course here.

My Emirates interview experience

One of our How to be Cabin Crew students who is now working for Emirates described her experience at the interview and the stages she passed through.

I would like to start by thanking you for your moral support and the confidence that you transmitted me during the preparation course. Even though we were so many participants the course, we left the training feeling like we were already part of a cabin crew team. We all knew: knowledge is power!

With all my self-confidence and the information I had, I still felt very nervous the first day, at CV drop. Even if in the past I went to other interviews, some of them for other airlines, nothing prepared me for the shock that I had: 300 different persons, which shared the same dream: to catch wings and fly. My anxiety started to go away as I saw my former colleagues from the course, with which I shared my emotions all day. We all tried to be the best version of ourselves, to smile more, but still be natural; to be the best, but not so competitive…This is how it all started. After waiting in the conference room for about 45 minutes for the invitation, they presented us the way in which the CV drop will take place.

While we were waiting to drop our CV (along with a big smile), friendships started to bond. I was so sad seeing that after the first stage we remained only 121 candidates. After a few hours spent alongside people who started to be more dearly to me, we saw the results, and the names highlighted (the ones who passed) were extremely few. We were expecting to be many more, as the questions asked by the recruiters were very easy: “How are you?” and “Why cabin crew?”. Looking back, I reached the conclusion that the most important thing was our natural attitude. Among those who left after this task there were extremely beautiful girls, much more beautiful than me. On the other hand, the ones who remained were not necessarily respecting the office attire or the grooming rules.

Immediately as we saw our names on the list, the recruiters went on with the presentation of the company. I appreciated that it was a realistic one, depicting the good parts of the job, but also the bad ones. They said to us from the start: “it’s not all about glamour and luxury, cause you’ll may face situations when you’ll have to clean the toilets”.

The next day we were fewer, but the tension was still there. They divided us in 3 large groups, consisting of approximately 40 persons. After we entered the room, they divided us again in two parts and each group was supervised by a recruiter. The smallest group was again divided in small groups f 3 persons. What I can say is that I understood at this task why “knowledge is power”.

After the first group exercise, the recruiters were very friendly and they gave us the results immediately. The ones who were eliminated were the ones who lost themselves when they had to speak or they were concentrating too much on their own opinion.

At the second group exercise, it was crucial the way we interacted with each other. After the reach test, they gave us a hypothetical scenario where we were working at an agency which organized cruises and because of an error in our system 10 persons could no longer be checked-in. From a list of persons: minister of transport, a newlywed couple, a granny, a travel agent and so on, we had to choose 2 lucky persons to get a place on the cruise. While we were concentrating on finding the best solution, the recruiter was watching every single gesture, our body language and the way we were expressing ourselves. In the end, they chose some candidates for a role play session. In my opinion I think they chose the ones that didn’t had any initiative and said almost nothing, trying to give them a second chance.

Afterwards we received the English test . The first was somehow complicated, for B2 level I will say. Still, despite our emotions, all the 32 candidates passed to the final step: the final interview.

The final interview was a discussion of approximately one hour with one of the recruiters. The questions were very direct, about situations we confronted at our work place. Everything was very official, but I appreciated very much that even if the recruiter wasn’t authorized to give me an advice, she told me how my photos should look like when I will send them on email, because “ the recruiters in Dubai should see how pretty you are”. After the interview was over, she thanked me, and said that I was very “bubbly” and other words that remained in my mind and gave me goose bumps: “ I hope to see you in Dubai”.

I want to thank you very much because I know that without you I wouldn’t have known how to react to each task and wouldn’t have had the chance to show the recruiters how well prepared I was.
Kisses and hope to see you again at high altitudes!”

We thank you for the story and hope to see you among the clouds!

Get prepared for your cabin crew interview. Attend our upocoming course in Rome and you’ll get all the preparation needed so you can successfully pass ANY airline interview . Find more information about the course here.

Ryanair is recruiting in June and July in Italy

Ryanair is recruiting cabin crew in June and July in Italy. The interviews are Assessment Day type, which means that you need to apply ahead on the company’s recruitment website.

The dates for recruitments are the following:

16 June, Bari

21 June, Catania

23 June, Milan Bergamo

24 June, Trapani

28 June, Rome

30 June, Naples

7 July,  Venice

The Ryanair requirements are:

  • Fluent in English, both verbal and written
  • Minimum age of 18 years old
  • Friendly, opened person and a pleasant personality
  • Without any record and available for immediate employment
  • Good physical shape, clinical healthy
  • Able to swim
  • European Passport available
  • No visible tattoos ( including the uniform with short sleeves)

 

You can find more details on the company’s recruitment website: http://www.crewlink.ie/en/recruitment-days

You can prepare for a cabin crew carrier by attending our two day intensive training in Rome on 9-10 July. Find more information about the course here.

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Emirates is recruiting in June and July in Italy

Emirates is recruiting cabin crew in June and July in Italy. The interviews are Open Day, which means that you can participate without any invitation and you do not need to register ahead on the company website.

The dates for recruitment are the following:

  • 15 June, Reggio Calabria, Grand Hotel Excelsior Via Vittorio Veneto, 66,89123-Reggio Calabria, 9:00 AM.
  • 19 June, Milan, Sheraton Milan Malpensa Airport Hotel & Conference Centre, Aeroporto Malpensa 2000, Terminal 1, 21010 Ferno (VA), 9:00 AM.
  • 9 July, Rome, Hilton Rome Airport, Via Arturo Ferrarin, 2, 00054 Fiumicino, 9:00 AM.
  • 14 July, Catania, Sheraton Catania Hotel & Conference Centar Via Antonello da Messina 45, Aci Castello, Catania, 95021, 9:00 AM.
  • 30 July, Florence,  Boscolo Hotel Astoria, Via del Giglio, 9, 50123, 9:00 AM.

The Emirates Cabin Crew requirements are:

  • At least 21 years of age at the time of joining 
  •  Arm reach of 212 cm while standing on tiptoes
  • Minimum height of 160 cm
  •  High school graduate (Grade 12)
  •  Fluency in English (Written and Spoken)
  •  No visible tattoos while in Emirates Cabin Crew uniform (cosmetic and bandage coverings not permitted)
  • Physically fit to meet the Emirates Cabin Crew requirements

You can find more details on the company’s website : http://www.emiratesgroupcareers.com/english/

You can prepare for the upcoming interviews by attending our two day intensive training in Rome on 9-10 July. Find more information about the course here. 

Cabin Crew interview preparation course in Rome: May, 6-7

How to be Cabin Crew team will host a two day intensive training in Rome, this May. Our course will prepare you for the various Cabin Crew application and interview stages with major airline companies, ensuring you are successfully recruited as Cabin Crew.

You dream of being a flight attendant, but do you know how to become one?

Do you know what you need to learn before starting your career?

There are some simple steps you need to take into consideration before you start. And we are here to give you all the information! How to be Cabin Crew course will help you build confidence and learn how to approach an interview. We provide full guidance and advice on how to prepare for, and pass, the interview stages.
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By attending the How to be cabin crew conference, you will:

•Gain a better understanding of the steps you need to take in order to apply for a cabin crew job

•Find out exactly what the airlines are looking for when they recruit

•Find out the flight attendant requirements in 2017

•Find out how to apply for a cabin crew job

•Learn how to make an impressive CV & pictures for the interview

•Gain an insight into the selection testing and interview process

•Stand out from other candidates applying for a cabin crew position

•Practise all the stages of the interview

•Dramatically increase your chances of being selected

Book your seat now! Click here and fill out the subscription form

Prepare for take off !

What will you learn during?

Our course will cover the following key areas to help you prepare for your cabin crew interview:

• Self presentation – how to stand out from the crowd 

• Behaviour – the right approach for all the tasks at the interview

• Team work – how to deal with group exercises

• Body language 

• Group activities – practice, not theory! 

• Final interview simulation

• Interview Q & A’s

• Individual feedback for each student

 

WHEN: Rome, 6-7th May 2017

WHERE: Rome, Trastevere English School, Viale di Trastevere 108

WHAT: How to be Cabin Crew 2 day intensive training

PRICE: 250 EUR / 2 day course

 

The How to be Cabin Crew course offers the future cabin crew the possibility to interact with highly experienced professionals in the aviation industry, discuss about their career plans and find out valuable information regarding the flight attendant job.

Book your seat now! Click here and fill out the subscription form

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The How to be cabin Crew has significant experience in helping people like you to be successfully recruited as Cabin Crew. Our course is all you need to be successfully recruited by the airlines!

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How to be cabin crew students

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Make sure you have perfect photos for the cabin crew interview

When you fill in the cabin crew application you must attach two types of digital photographs of yourself:

  • One passport-type photograph
  • One full-length photograph

However, when you go to the job interview, you should also have these pictures printed and attached to your resume.

What size should the photographs be?

Usually, each company will specify this on their website, the moment they update the information about the recruiting session. However, most of the times, they require a passport-type photograph (i.e. 3.5 X 4.5 cm) and a full-length one (13 X 18 cm.).

Be sure when you upload these pictures in the on-line application they do not exceed the 500 kB limit and also, they are formatted in the .jpeg type.

Position

  • smile authentically
  • your smile could be either closed or open mouth
  • do not raise your eyebrows
  • make sure your face and your sight are camera-oriented
  • make sure your hands and legs fit the picture
  • do not cross your legs
  • do not wear glasses or colored contact lenses

Tips for taking the photos:

  • the background should be one-color (usually white)
  • sufficiently illuminated pictures are preferred
  • the picture must be taken at your height level
  • the picture must be clear and at a high resolution
  • both photographs should be taken at the same time s o as not to be upsettingly different
  • the full-length photo must show your full body, including the shoes.

In these pictures you can see three former How to be cabin crew students, currently flight attendants at different airlines.

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Dress code

The outfit you take your pictures in should match the one you will be wearing when going to the interview.

Women

  • Deux-pieces black/blue/grey/brown/black green suit.
  • Shirt, preferably a white one or in a light colour (beige, ligt blue, light pink, not trasparent)
  • Knee-length skirt
  • Leg-colored stockings
  • Dark colored High heels, preferably matching the color of the suit
  • Engagement ring, wedding ring, pearl earrings or a small, transparent rock and a small watch
  • If your hair is short, comb it neatly; if your hair is shoulder-length or longer, you need to have a bun
  • Wear natural make-up, appropriate to your color complexion.

Gentlemen

  • Blue, black or dark grey suit, only thin stripes are accepted.
  • Classic, collar, long sleeves shirt, preferably white
  • Simple tie, the color matching the suit
  • Belt, socks and shoes necessarily matching the suit color
  • Attentively polished shoes
  • Short, neat hair
  • The only accepted accessories – wedding ring/engagement ring and watch.

After applying for a job as cabin crew, the photographs you have taken will bear much importance in the recruiting process. They will be shown to the HR department of the company after the Assessment Day. Only after the application form is fully-completed and studied, will the final response be given. Make sure it proves you are the candidate they’ve been looking for!

We’ll be in Rome on 6-7th May! Join our 2 day training course and you will learn everything you need to know to pass the cabin crew interview stages. At the end of the course, you will be fully prepared for the interview with ANY airline. Book your seat now!  

How to be cabin crew conference in Belgrade

How to be cabin crew conference in Belgrade, Serbia

February 7th, 11 am

 Zepter Hotel, Belgrade

Entrance: FREE

About How to be cabin crew conference

Are you dreaming about becoming a cabin crew and seeing the world? Attend our conference in Belgrade and you’ll find out all the steps to take in order to start your career as flight attendant. 

You dream of being a flight attendant, but do you know how to become one? Do you know what you need to learn before starting your career? There are some simple steps you need to take into consideration before you start. And we are here to give you all the information!

We would like to invite you to come along to our conference in Belgrad and learn more about the options of getting a cabin crew job. We welcome potential cabin crew who are interested in finding out more about the hiring process of major airline companies from Europe and Middle East.

Join our first conference in Serbia! We’ll share everything you need to know to pass the cabin crew selection PLUS we give you the unique opportunity to ask any question regarding this job and get the right answers first-hand!

We are a young team of experienced professionals that will  provide you with the essential and most up – to – date information that will highly increase your chances in getting a cabin crew job.

***Please fill out the form on the right to book a seat at our conference. The entrance is totally FREE, but we have a limited number of seats available! (click the button REGISTER)

WHY TO ATTEND THIS CONFERENCE

By attending the How to be cabin crew conference, you will:

  • Gain a better understanding of the steps you need to take in order to apply for a cabin crew job
  • Find out exactly what the airlines are looking for when they recruit
  • Find out the flight attendant requirements in 2016
  • Find out how to apply for a cabin crew job
  • Learn how to make an impressive CV & pictures for the interview
  • Gain an insight into the selection testing and interview process
  • Stand out from other candidates applying for a cabin crew position
  • Dramatically increase your chances of being selected

The How to be Cabin Crew conference offers the future cabin crew the possibility to interact with highly experienced professionals in the aviation industry, discuss about their career plans and find out valuable information regarding the flight attendant job.

Private coaching sessions

How to be cabin crew trainers will be also host a couple of private coaching sessions for those of you interested in learning more about the interview and how to pass it successfully. Our private coaching session are an amazingly effective and efficient way to achieve your career goals. A trainer with strong experience in the aviation field will guide you into the recruitment process in order to achieve the best results. Through private coaching, we customize the learning process to meet your needs.

We are happy to design a package that works best for you. We are here to give you wings!

What are you going to study during our private coaching sessions?

  • stages of the interview – strategies to successfully complete each stage
  • written English test similars to what you will get at the interview
  • final interview questions & advice on how to build the perfect answers
  • grooming & self presentation
  • body language
  • new, amazing CV

Price for private coaching:

– 1 session/3 hours – 60E

– 2 sessions/2,5 hours each – 80 E

Book your seat now! Write us at wings@howtobecomecabincrew.com and we’ll plan together your lesson in Belgrad!

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WHAT: How to be cabin crew conference in Belgrade, Serbia

WHEN: February 7th, 11 am

WHERE: Zepter Apart Hotel, Belgrade

ENTRANCE: FREE

DRESS CODE: business attire

JOIN US

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THEY ARE OUR CABIN CREW

All the cabin crew presented in this video attended one of our trainings.

Meet How to be Cabin Crew in Bologna!

Our team will be in Bologna next week, eager to meet you! We are hosting a nice meeting with our readers, on Tuesday 8th December in one of Bologna’s cozy coffee shops.

Come meet our team!

Would you like to know more about the cabin crew career and how to get a job among the clouds? Come along to our information meeting on Tuesday 8th December 2015 in Bologna!

We are very excited to get to know our Italian readers and not only! It’s a great opportunity to network, meet people that are passionate about aviation and find out useful information regarding the cabin crew job.

We would like to invite you to come along and find out more about the options for landing a cabin crew job. We welcome potential cabin crew who are interested in finding out how they can get hired by major airline companies from Europe and Middle East.

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Our meeting will start at 6.30 pm and you are very welcome to join us for the meeting or at any other time, as you wish. Our team will be available to talk about anything you wish to regarding the steps you need to follow in order to become a cabin crew, the life of a flight attendant, the advantages & disadvantages of the job.

WHEN: 8th December, 6.30 pm

WHERE: location to be announced

WHAT: How to be cabin crew meeting with our readers

Be sure to send us an email if you plan to attend. We’ll look forward to seeing you next week! Write us at wings@howtobecabincrew.come

Private coaching sessions

How to be cabin crew trainers will be also host a couple of private coaching sessions for those of you interested in learning more about the interview and how to pass it successfully. Our private coaching session are an amazingly effective and efficient way to achieve your career goals. A trainer with strong experience in the aviation field will guide you into the recruitment process in order to achieve the best results. Through private coaching, we customize the learning process to meet your needs.

We are happy to design a package that works best for you. We are here to give you wings!

What are you going to study during our private coaching sessions?

  • stages of the interview – strategies to successfully complete each stage
  • written English test similars to what you will get at the interview
  • final interview questions & advice on how to build the perfect answers
  • grooming & self presentation
  • body language
  •  new, amazing CV

Price:

1 session/3 hours – 60E

2 sessions/2,5 hours each – 80 E

You can pay here: https://howtobecabincrew.com/private-coaching-session/

Book your seat now! Write us at wings@howtobecomecabincrew.com and we’ll plan together the most appropiate day & location for your private coaching session. We will be in Bologna from 7th to 9th of December!

Air Serbia is looking for cabin crew – Open Days in Novi Sad & Belgrad

If you are interested in applying, come along to the Air Serbia Open Day in Novi Sad and Belgrade. This is a great opportunity to drop off your CV with one of their recruiters in person and ask any questions you may have. You may then be shortlisted to attend an Assessment Day.

Novi Sad

Date: 28th November 2015

Time: 09:00 – 17:00

Venue: Hotel Park, Novosadskog sajma 35, 21000 Novi Sad

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Belgrade

Date: 6th December 2015

Time: 09:00 – 17:00

Venue: Hotel Metropol, Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 69, 11000 Belgrade

***Please note: You must submit your application online before attending the Open Day. Apply here

The Air Serbia Cabin Crew requirements are:

  • Minimum high school diploma 
  • Fluent in spoken and written English, proficiency in other languages will be an advantage 
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills 
  • Excellent personal presentation, style and image 
  • Positive attitude with a natural ability to provide excellent service  
  • Flexibility and the motivation to manage a demanding work schedule 

WHAT TO BRING WITH YOU

  • Updated CV
  • Full-length photo
  • A copy of the email you will receive in response after submitting your application online.

DRESS FOR SUCCESS

Each and every airline has a standard for their staff to adhere to whilst in uniform. The image of the airline is paramount to its reputation. Therefore, when you attend Open Day you, make sure to use the following dress code:

Male: business suit, this means a suit with a tie, your best choice is to go for a dark colored suit.

Female: business suit, this means a jacket and a knee length skirt or trousers. Casual clothes are not acceptable.

HAIR AND MAKE UP (LADIES)

Cabin crew are required to keep a very neat hair style. If you have long hair, tie it in a neat bun at the back of your head.

When it comes to makeup, less is more. Natural color eye shadow and red lipstick works best. Your nails should be well-manicured, clean and of medium length, with a transparent or neutral-colored nail polish.

PATIENCE 

Depending on the number of applicants, you could encounter lengthy waiting periods.

ABOUT AIR SERBIA

Air Serbia is the national airline of the Republic of Serbia. They serve more than 30 Euro-Mediterranean destinations directly from their hub at Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla International Airport. They also offer long-haul and international destinations in Asia, Australia and the Americas through their codeshare partners and their shareholding equity partner, Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates.

Air Serbia currently operates a fleet of 19 aircraft, comprising 2 Airbus A 320, 6 Airbus A 319, 4 737-300, 3 ATR 72-200 and 3 ATR 72-500.

Thank you for taking time to apply for Cabin Crew and good luck!

Join us on an exclusive 4 days training course. We’ll share everything you need to know to pass the cabin crew interview stages, we will edit your perfect CV and take professional pictures for your online application. At the end of the course, you will be fully prepared for the interview. Book your seat now!