Staying near the emergency exit comes with a great responsibilities. Those who are being seated there must meet the companies' requirements.
The cabin crew job doesn't mean only beautiful uniforms, impeccable make-up, red lipstick and perfect bun. Man can also play a huge part in the aviation industry and not only by being pilots.
The lipstick is very important for a flight attendant. The grooming standards have to be strictly respected no matter which company you represent. The same is for the makeup. It is mandatory to wear a perfect, natural make-up.
All airline companies are looking for cabin crew with a pleasant physical aspect and a certain height. The height standards aren't because they look for crew that are models, they are because of the safety of the passengers and the entire crew.
One year ago I was writing on my personal blog about beginnings. About the courage to step in an unknown field, about the strength no build from zero a career. The distance between the Middle East and Europe is more than just geographical distance, it's also about a new culture and spirituality.
Now comes a harder question. What does a Cabin Crew feel when flying on Christmas day?
"I gave almost 30 years of my life to aviation, beautiful years, but not so easy. I grew up in a special world, different, challenging, and tempting at the same time, but extremely demanding. I learned new things every day. I learned to be tolerant, empathetic, to understand the non-verbal language and the passenger’s psychology.
The most important responsibility of a flight attendant is to make sure her passengers are safe, then to assure they are feeling comfortable.
“Always have a big smile on your face!” – Our former student who is now Cabin Crew in the Middle East
Meet Alexandra, who now flies for one of the most important companies in the Middle East. She went to the airline interview on august and 4 months later packed her bags and left Romania for Middle East.
When you are working with people, when the professional path of your students is your responsibility, the feedback we receive from our students is very important for our work.
Our student Teo is an example of ambition and persuasion, because she attended 6 interviews with an airline company and she never gave up.
Before deciding on following a career in aviation, there are a few things that you need to know about what it is like being a cabin crew.
Let us prepare you to pass any airline interview. Read here all the reasons why to choose us.
When you are working as a Flight Attendant, the requests coming from your passengers are very diverse. Each passenger has different expectations from you, and each time, he/she will want to be treated as best as possible during the flight. Excellent customer service should be the expression to characterise best the activity on board.
Read here Diana’s story. Found out the real motive why she wanted to prepare with us and what she fought so hard to become a Cabin Crew. I let you read our story, it's a sincere one and truly emotional.
Airline companies are organizing frequently Open Day session recruitments when they want to hire flight attendants. I this article we tell you everything you need to know about this kind of recruitment and what documents you need to have with you.
We met Ana Maria in April 2016, at our How to be Cabin Crew course. She won the How to be Cabin Crew scholarship and she had the opportunity to join our students who catch their wings.
Life is about the choices we make, because opportunities will always be plenty, or we can create them, but it is our choice to make the change or not, to experiment or not, to fly or not.
Mihai attended our cabin crew preparation training and a few months after he finshed it, he joined an important airline company from the Middle East. From this interview you can find out more about Mihai and the steps he followed in order to fulfill his dream of flying.
The story of Ecaterina: The girl who worked for the 3 biggest airline companies in the world: Emirates, Etihad and Qatar
After 11 years working as a Cabin Crew, Ecaterina is among the lucky ones who had the chance to work for the 3 biggest airline companies in the world: Emirates, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways. At 25 years old, Ecaterina left her family, her career and the life she was used to behind and flew to the Middle East.
The atmosphere in a private jet company is very unique, demanding, but full of advantages. The role of a Corporate Flight Attendant is somehow different, you have different responsibilities, here you have to put a greater accent on the service on board, presentation, product personalization, creativity and be extremely careful to details.
Step into the fabulous life of flight attendants and find out how these women manage to look their best even after long flying hours!
For sure it’s one of the best jobs in the world and so many youngsters dream about having this job. Why? Well, let’s see what are the advantages of working as Cabin Crew.
Whether you’re attending an airline’s open day or applying for cabin crew roles online, preparing a professional CV is one […]
On behalf of our team, I participated in the 4th Edition of the European Cabin Service Conference for corporate flight attendants, which took place in Brussels last week. The conference was hosted at the Hilton Grand Place, and it was now a traditional 2-day educational and networking Event.
The environment is very pleasant, I adapted rapidly and I feel safe now. I’ve known people of different cultures from all over the world and I’m glad I have something to learn from everyone.
This post provides details of becoming Virgin Atlantic Cabin Crew.
How to be Cabin Crew team will host a two day intensive training in Rome, this September. 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.
Alpha Star Aviation Services is based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and it is a corporate private company. Alpha Star Aviation Services is recruiting corporate cabin crew members.
he Middle East airline companies are offering a 6-8 weeks training to their new employers, time in which they are learning everything about flying, the companies airplanes, how to react in case of an emergency, how to offer first aid and how to have the best on board service during the whole flight.