Flight attendants

Lufthansa is hiring flight attendants

Lufthansa is hiring new flight attendants at Frankfurt and Munich. The new flight attendants will be employed for a full year but will only be on active duty in the summer months in order to meet the increased demand for staff at that time of year. Contracts will run for 18-24 months with the option to extend once, up to a maximum of 2 years.

According to Lufthansa, you can also combine the job with your own personal interests: fly around the world for 3 or 6 months and have 3 or 6 months off – a unique opportunity. During this time you receive your monthly salary until the end of your limited contract and also have social insurance for the entire period. In your free months you can travel the world, continue further studies and much more.

FLIGHT ROUTES

You will fly short, medium and long-haul routes from Frankfurt or Munich

TRAINING

  •   Professional service and comprehensive training
  •   Length of training period: approx. 12 weeks including three apprenticeship flights on board.     You will begin preparing yourself for the classroom training by completing an online pre-course (web-based training).
  •   Flat-rate training salary: a total of € 1,240.- will be paid in adequate monthly installments (pro    rata temporis)

CONTRACT TERMS

  •   Limited work contract (18 or 24 months) with a further 2-year extension option
  •   50% part-time model: 3 or 6 months active flying, 3 or 6 months free time
  •   3- or 6-month flight phase starting after the completion of your training
  •   Salary: € 925.- basic salary per month (the salary is paid every month for 12 months)+ € 301.55   shift bonus in the active months, in free months you will only receive the basic salary
  •   Social insurance for the entire time period
  •   Fixed yearly vacation bonus of € 511.43
  •   Additional absence money per flight day: € 42.00 for continental and € 48.00 for intercontinental routes (partially eligible to tax and social income taxes)
  •   Vacation entitlement 18 calendar days per year, which should be taken at the beginning or the end of the active period

 

PRIVILEGES

  • Opportunity for you, your family, and your spouse/companion to buy reduced fare tickets (after six months)
  •   Lufthansa partakes in your uniform costs
  •   Many offers for qualified further education
  •   Special rates from numerous hotels and car rental agencies

 

REQUIREMENTS

  •   Completed school education
  •   Fluent in German and English
  •   Minimum age: 18 years
  •   Minimum height: 1.60 m and appropriate weight
  •   Passport without restrictions, minimum validity 12 months
  •   Visual acuity between +/- 5 diopter
  •   The maximum diopter level before a laser operation may only be +/- 5. The laser operation must have taken place at least 6 months before the flight fitness test.
  •   No visible tattoos or piercings
  •   Good swimming skills
  •   Willingness to do shiftwork and to work abroad
  •   For the training: you will need a notebook with WLAN and Flash, internet access DSL or equivalent. You will have to print out your training documents before the training starts.
  •   High level of service orientation
  •   Sociable, strong communicative skills, and team-capable
  •   Friendly demeanor and well-groomed appearance
  •   Intercultural competence
  •   Sense of duty even in stressful situations, diplomatic even in difficult situations
  •   Independent, committed, and proactive
  •   Sense of responsibility and dependability

You can apply online at:  www.Be-Lufthansa.com under “Jobs” – “Flight Attendant (m/f)”.

128 Comments
  • shaimaa
    Posted at 13:26h, 19 April Reply

    Am not fluent in german but I can speaj a little bit german and can continue studying the language if I got accepted

    • Anca Dumitrescu
      Posted at 17:40h, 19 April Reply

      Hello Shaimaa,

      Unfortunately you need to be fluent in German in order to get hired. Improve your German first and afterwards apply for this job.

      Good luck and see you among the clouds,
      Anca

      • Elliot
        Posted at 21:04h, 30 September Reply

        @ ANCA DUMITRESCU, I meet all the requirements and I have been invited to do an interview with Lufthansa in Frankfurt. However, I am not a German citizen nor do I have a German visa or work permit. I would need to get a sponsorship from Lufthansa in order to go to work for them. Does this disqualify me?

        Thanks.

        • Ana Maria
          Posted at 00:24h, 05 October Reply

          Firstly, congratulations in being invited for an interview with Lufthansa airline. It is best to let them know about this problem, and asked them directly. I am more than certain they will respond and help you. Good luck and keep us posted! 🙂

          • Sara mohamed Ibrahim
            Posted at 01:08h, 29 May

            Hi I’m Sara zaid . I have all the requirements for it but I’m not German citizen and I don’t have work permit or visa even so I would be accepted or I would be able to apply even . Just I need to know to keep my hope for it .

  • crystal
    Posted at 15:40h, 19 April Reply

    I want be cabin crew

    • Anca Dumitrescu
      Posted at 17:41h, 19 April Reply

      Hello Crystal.

      We are here to help you and guide you so you can fulfil your dream. We organise monthly trainings for those who want to work as cabin crew.

      • chhaya sharma
        Posted at 08:46h, 10 September Reply

        Hello,

        I am chhaya sharma from india . And i really want to the part of your airline. I can speak english and hindi fluently. Good appearance too.

        • Manasa
          Posted at 18:03h, 12 May Reply

          Hi , I can speak both German and English fluently. I have tattoo on my left hand about 3 cm/s is that a problem?

          • Larisa Sîrbu
            Larisa Sîrbu
            Posted at 12:52h, 16 May

            Hello,
            If your tattoo is not visible while wearing the cabin crew uniform then there is absolutely no problem. If your tattoo is visible while you wear the uniform, then you have to hide it with make-up or try to get it removed.
            Kind regards,
            Larisa

          • Ashish kumar
            Posted at 06:17h, 27 May

            Hello,
            I meet the requirement, Im fluent in German but my english is average so is that any problem??

        • Desere Orrill
          Posted at 09:03h, 25 February Reply

          This sounds fantastic. I have all the qualifications needed and am fluent in English, German and Italian.
          However, I am a Type 1 diabetic, and am insulin dependent, which I control with the assistance of a diabetes pump and monitor.
          Would this bar me from achieving my dream of being a flight attendant?

          • Georgiana Birdan
            Posted at 11:05h, 26 February

            Hello dear Desere,

            Unfortunately, having type 1 diabetes is an impediment in becoming a cabin crew. Always being in need of staying connected to the diabetes pump would put you in difficulty of getting the medical exams. We advise you to contact an aviation medical institution in order to find more details about the subject from health professionals.

            Good luck!

      • Anupama Joshi
        Posted at 08:38h, 21 October Reply

        Hey, my name is Anupama Joshi i’m from Indore,India.I’m 19 years old,right now i’m perusing BBA and i want to make my career in aviation. So can u please guide me that what i have to do for applying in this airlines and on what should i focuse.

        • Andreea Julei
          Posted at 10:11h, 23 October Reply

          Hello.
          You are still young and if you want to apply now, in Europe is possible, because they accept people over 18 years old. The most important thing you have to do is to have a look on the compenies pofile, decide what suits you and then apply for an interview. Of couse you need a good training and on our web site there are lots of articles about this. Read them, and if there is any question you have, send us a message. Thank you and good luck!

          • Michael Williams Adana Williams
            Posted at 02:11h, 31 October

            Hey, Andreea Julei! I was born in Ethiopia and moved to America when I was 12 and now I’m 20 yrs . I can speak both Amharic and English. Lufthansa Airline and Emirates travel to Ethiopia and I recently traveled to Ethiopia with Lufthansa Airline. I can’t speak German but I can speak both english and Amharic. My question is that can i apply? Thank you- Michael Williams.

          • Andreea Julei
            Posted at 22:12h, 01 November

            Hello Michel,
            One of Lufthansa’s rule is to speak fluent German and English and you said you don’t know any German. The fact that you know Amharic it can help you only for the flight to Ethiopia (in case they will hire you) and nothing more. I suggest you to wait until Emirates will start recruitments and then try to apply for an interview with them. We wish you good luck and text us if there is something else you want to know.

          • Sneha shetty
            Posted at 15:16h, 03 January

            Hi i am sneha from India my age is 24 am i still eligible to apply for lufthansa . What is the maximum age limit please may i know

          • Andreea Julei
            Posted at 14:53h, 10 January

            Hello Sneha,
            There is no limit regarding this job, but in order to work you have to be fit and healthy. That’s all. We wish you good luck!

      • Zahra
        Posted at 04:54h, 03 January Reply

        Hello! My name is Zahra and i was if i can apply and work as a flight attendant considering that i have hijab (head scarf) which only covers my hair? Will that be a problem?

        • Georgiana Birdan
          Posted at 11:51h, 09 January Reply

          Hello, dear Zahra!
          Most airline companies don’t accept wearing the hijab because you have to respect the uniform standards. Although, maybe in the Middle East they’ll be more likely to accept it. The best way to clarify this aspect is to talk with your desired airline company’s officials about this topic.
          Good luck!

      • Sara mohamed Ibrahim
        Posted at 01:09h, 29 May Reply

        Can you apply me for this training to know more about it and get helped for it

  • Brian
    Posted at 19:28h, 19 April Reply

    What are the nationality requirements? Must applicants be a holder of a EU passport or are foreigners (like Canadians, South Africans, etc…) accepted as well?

  • Ryan
    Posted at 22:12h, 19 April Reply

    Hello,
    I am a dual citizen with Germany and the United States, so I have a passport for each country. I was born and lived in Darmstadt for 15 years. My parents still live in Darmstadt so I could live with them. Would there be a problem with applying ?

    • Anca Dumitrescu
      Posted at 21:02h, 20 April Reply

      Hello Ryan,

      You are a perfect candidate. You should definetely apply!

      Good luck!

  • Alex
    Posted at 02:10h, 20 April Reply

    Hello
    I’m 20 years old and flight attendent for Copa Airlines, actually I speak English,Spanish,Portuguese and German but I’m from Panamá so I don’t know what do I have to do. Some advises will be great… Thanks and regards

    • Anca Dumitrescu
      Posted at 21:01h, 20 April Reply

      Hi Alex,

      I think you need a valid passport and that is all. If you are fluent in German you can apply, the only thing is that you will have to travel to Germany to take the interview. And it’s a lounge way from Panama 🙂

      However, I wish you good luck!

  • Tasha
    Posted at 07:32h, 20 April Reply

    Where are interviews for Lufthansa being held? I am very interested!

    • Anca Dumitrescu
      Posted at 21:00h, 20 April Reply

      They will let you know after you apply. Most probably in Frankfurt or Munich.

  • Evelyn H.
    Posted at 08:35h, 26 April Reply

    I read on their job page that you have to pay for your own way to the interview if you live outside of Europe. Something to consider. However, if you are from a European country, they will fly you in for your in-person interview. LH is still a great company to work for. I worked for them as a FA for 11 years and cried. If I didn’t live outside of Europe, I would definitely apply again.

  • Jenny
    Posted at 01:50h, 21 July Reply

    Do you need to have an EU passport/Be a citizen of an EU country to be a Lufthansa Flight attendant.
    And
    Do you hire oversees staff for non-Flight attendant positions. (e.g. working for Lufthansa out of an American airport, ground crew/ticketing agent/etc)

    • Anca Dumitrescu
      Posted at 11:57h, 21 July Reply

      Hello Jenny,

      You only need to have a work permit that allows you to work within the EU. Usually, Lufthansa hires people from all over the world. And yes, they hire oversses staff for ground positions.)

      Good luck,
      Anca

  • janeth
    Posted at 22:50h, 21 August Reply

    hi ! i’ve finished bachelor of science in nursing and currently here in stuttgart finishing my adaptation course ,, i can speak english and german ,, but the problem is im not a good swimmer ?? can i still apply ?? just want to try because this is my dream job . ?

  • MD Majharul Islam Joy
    Posted at 12:45h, 22 August Reply

    Dear Sir,

    I am Joy from Bangladesh.I wanna to work in your beautiful Airlines.

    Thanks By

    Joy

  • Chia-Jung
    Posted at 04:31h, 18 September Reply

    Guten Tag, I am a Taiwanese, and my mother language is Chinese. I can speack English fluently, but my German has only Goethe B1 level. I am still a student in Tecnology of University, and I will graduate in next June. May I apply for a flight attendant before next june?
    Thank you

  • Shailaja Rajula
    Posted at 17:35h, 22 September Reply

    Guten Abend! Ich bin Shailaja, Ich kaan Deutch ein weinsh. I reside in Mumbai.I am very much interested to work with Lufthansa ever since I joined Aviation Industry.I got a call today Morning for the same. Are the Vacancies On for Cabin Crew now?

  • Chomba
    Posted at 12:44h, 15 October Reply

    Hello. I’m Zambian and i can only speak English and can’t speak German.. I would love to become a part of your cabin crew, do i qualify?

  • Anna
    Posted at 17:30h, 18 October Reply

    Hello. Ive got a question. My mother tongue is Polish. I speak fluently English and also Russian and I have basic level in Turkish language. But my German is not so good. Can anybody tell my if without good German language I can apply to Lufthansa ? Thank you in advance for ur respond.

  • Marianie
    Posted at 23:00h, 25 October Reply

    Hello,

    I live in Germany since tree years now, I speak English fluently and German as well (gut deutsch kentnisse) I came from the Philippines, I studied Hotel & Restaurant Management in Ph. and now doing my Ausbildung as an Pflegekraft. Is there any chance that I could apply as a Cabin Crew in Lufthansa Airlines after my Auslbildung? What is your requirements for us to get hire this Job?

  • Samantha
    Posted at 17:49h, 29 October Reply

    Hi ther, it kind of sucks that you have to be fluent in german. I am from South africa and I already have my cabin crew licence and im willing to work abroad ill even learn the laugauge while i am ther it would be really great if you consider please let me know what I can do. My dream is to be a flight attendent all the more better if its with Lufthansa.

  • Mayur Sagne
    Posted at 11:54h, 29 November Reply

    Hello there, I have 3 years experience as a cabin crew in Air India and also i have great command in German language(not written only verbal). Would it be fine ? Also guide me about nationality requirements as i am Indian nationalize.

  • Rajni
    Posted at 10:53h, 21 December Reply

    Hi, i want to from India. Are they recruiting from India?

  • NAME*
    Posted at 05:45h, 03 January Reply

    Hi my name is Siva
    I am Indian national. Currently working in Bahrain at reception in a hotel. Everyday luftansa crew will stay with us. I am very much passionate to work with Lufthansa. But I don’t know German. I have good experience in service industry. Am I eligible to apply. Kindly reply

  • Tshoki
    Posted at 09:41h, 03 January Reply

    Hi i am from Bhutan, i am Learning German and i have fluent english but wondering if lufthansa hires applicants from Bhutan. I am very much interested in Lufthansa airlines. Please help.

  • Mahsa
    Posted at 17:28h, 05 January Reply

    Hi
    I,m flight attendant in iran and i have type of a320 , a300-600 and MD. I can speak german too. how can i join the Lufthansa Group?

  • Yogeshwari more
    Posted at 13:20h, 16 January Reply

    My age is 31 but I do have good figure and six month experience with Lufthansa can I apply for crew

  • Rahul
    Posted at 21:33h, 20 February Reply

    Hiii,

    I am from India and passionate for cabin crew role. I don know german but I can speak fluent English.
    Can i apply ???

  • In-young Chung
    Posted at 14:34h, 07 March Reply

    Hello there,
    My name is In-young from South-Korea.
    I’m 30 years old.
    And I want to be a flight attendant.
    Currently, I stay in south korea.
    I know that lufhansa employs koreans sometimes for Seoul Frankfurt route.
    Would you give me some information and way how to apply for lufthansa?
    and when will the Recruitment periods in korea and germany?
    I spent 6 years of my childhood in germany
    Therefore, I think that my german speaking is good.

  • Danny
    Posted at 15:53h, 10 March Reply

    I am from Ethiopia, I am in Germany since 2014 July, I can communicate with German but I am not fluent, my English is perfect, is it possible to apply for cabin crew in this esteemed organisation? I also want to take the training eventhough I am not selected by lufthansa… Is it possible?

  • Vasudha
    Posted at 13:31h, 14 March Reply

    I speak fluent German and English (Native born German speaker), and an Indian. I currently live in Bangalore India. Are there any openings from here?

  • Lau
    Posted at 18:38h, 24 March Reply

    I have doubts about age! There is limit ?

    Thank you

  • Shukla
    Posted at 15:11h, 30 March Reply

    Hi i am indian. I am a cabin crew with oman air for 4 years now. Do you think i am aligible to apply. Are there any chances to get a full time job in lufthansa

  • michelle muturi
    Posted at 09:56h, 31 March Reply

    i am in kenya.as of now am still doing my german and carbin crew course.Do you offer attachments?..Do you have offices in kenya when i can get more information.

  • hemant Chawla
    Posted at 18:55h, 01 April Reply

    Hallo!! Ich beherrsche schon die deutsche Sprache,aber das Problem ist,dass mein Visum nur bis zum Februar 2017 gültig ist. Aber wenn ich eine Bescheinigung von Ihnen bekomme,kann ich mein Visum verlängern und dann kann ich allen Voraussetzungen nachkommen. Habe ich Gelegenheit, bei Ihnen eine Stelle zu finden? Ich warte auf Ihre Antwort!
    Liebe Grüße
    Hemant

  • Jelena
    Posted at 01:17h, 30 April Reply

    HI;
    MY COUNTRY IS NOT IN EU CAN I APPLY FROM YOUR COMPANY?OR ONLY COUNTRYES WHO ARE IN EU CAN APPLY FOR YOUR COMPANY?

  • Amy Balisnomo
    Posted at 11:45h, 30 April Reply

    Hi.Guten Tag.. Ich bin Amy Balisnomo..from Metzingen.Germany..I’m just new here in Germany. I’m a filipina.Ich spreche English Und ein bischen Deutsch ..Ich bin ein Und dreißIG jahre alt..My dream is to be a flight attendant..Can I apply to your Company?
    Vielen dank😊

  • Nazneen
    Posted at 11:53h, 22 May Reply

    Hi, I’m 5 feet. Have a good figure. I am fair and no blemishes and also fluent with my English. Will my height be a problem ?

  • Siddhi
    Posted at 19:14h, 24 May Reply

    Till what age a girl is allegeable for being a flight attendent?

  • Alma
    Posted at 22:08h, 26 May Reply

    Hi,
    I’m working as a flight attendant for another company and my German is fluent like my English, I was living in Germany for four years and finished my ground school in Germany.
    My question is do u accept Bosnian passport? Sense we don’t have any distractions to travel all over Europa.
    I would love to be a part of a great airlines like Lufthansa.

  • Emberly Aracid
    Posted at 09:52h, 13 June Reply

    Hi.. I am a Filipina and I can only speak English, Tagalog and a bit of Korean. Does this not qualify for your requirements?

    Thanks. 🙂

    • Ana Maria
      Posted at 14:11h, 03 August Reply

      Hello dear, no, I am sorry, but they are searching for both German and English speakers. You can start learning German and then you can apply for their Cabin Crew job.

      Good luck and see you among the clouds!
      Ana.

  • Hemal
    Posted at 16:44h, 05 July Reply

    Hi i am Hemal… I am flying as a cabin crew and i am an Indian… I am fluent in English, Hindi and Marathi…My question is do lufthansa recruit from India or from Mumbai or any recruitment coming for Indians….
    Thanks,
    Hemal.

    • Ana Maria
      Posted at 19:52h, 18 July Reply

      Hello Hemal, You need to keep an eye on their website and see if they have any recruitment days in the future in India or Mumbai. Good luck! 🙂

  • Samar chopra
    Posted at 10:37h, 15 July Reply

    Want to job in laftahansa

  • Fathoon
    Posted at 05:08h, 29 July Reply

    I want to be a cabin crew and I’m from Sri Lanka living in Saudi Arabia
    Is it possible for me to join

  • Supriya
    Posted at 22:30h, 15 August Reply

    I am 27 years old…m I eligible for the cabin crew post?

  • Ankit dixit
    Posted at 01:49h, 27 August Reply

    HI

    My name is ankit from INDIA used to work for airindia as a crew.
    Currently working with Qatar airways in the same position. I would love to join lufthansa airline.If I get base In India in lufthansa airline then also I should know German or English is enough?

    • Ana Maria
      Posted at 14:11h, 02 September Reply

      Hello Ankit,

      Yes, you should know German as close as a native speaker. It is not enough to only speak English. Start learning the language and after that you can apply for a Cabin Crew position.

      Good luck and safe flights! 🙂

  • belle
    Posted at 07:56h, 27 August Reply

    Hi,

    I wonder if there is any chances for Thai nationlity to work with international airlines besides Qatar or Emirates?
    Like ANA, Qantas, Delta ?

    Thank you for your answer
    Kind regards

    • Ana Maria
      Posted at 13:03h, 02 September Reply

      Hello Belle,

      Yes, of course, any nationality can try to apply for international airlines. You just need to check before their requirements and see if you fulfill them all.

      Good luck! 🙂

  • irin bhuyan
    Posted at 07:57h, 28 August Reply

    hi.
    I am Irin .used to work for vistara airline.is it necessary to know german language if i based in india. or is there any interview comimg out in delhi ??kindly reply.

    • Ana Maria
      Posted at 13:02h, 02 September Reply

      Hello Irin,

      Yes, they are looking just for German speakers or to know the language as good as a native speaker. You can start learning their language and after that, you can apply for a Cabin Crew position.

      Good luck! 🙂

  • ammar
    Posted at 02:32h, 30 August Reply

    do you come to egypt and make a interview ?

  • Aditya Dhingra
    Posted at 10:00h, 10 September Reply

    Hello mam ,
    I have completed my graduation in commerce with 80% aggregate and have studied German language till class 10 level and I hold English language certifications from British council , India and have cleared IELTS test , am I eligible to apply ?

    • Ana Maria
      Posted at 17:31h, 25 September Reply

      You will need to speak fluently German if you want to apply for a Flight Attendant job with Lufthansa. If you met their other requirements you can apply anytime 🙂 Good luck.

  • Lourdes
    Posted at 11:01h, 19 September Reply

    hi Good Day!

    Can i apply also? I’m the philippines… I’m 167cm tall. Thank You

  • Saddam
    Posted at 07:36h, 20 September Reply

    Hii
    I am Saddam from India , I can speak fluent German and English
    Tell how can I apply for cabin crew job .
    Plz contact me
    My 9027442815
    Sbsalman1@gmail.com

    • Ana Maria
      Posted at 17:23h, 25 September Reply

      Hello Saddam, you will have to check the Lufthansa career website and see when they are going to recruit in India, or near your country. They are looking for almost native German speakers, so make sure you know the language very well. Good luck!

  • Ms. Sonu
    Posted at 15:35h, 20 September Reply

    Hi i can speak german and hindi and english also. I am a cabin crew working with Indigo tell me how and where i can apply as i am unable to apply here. Can you give me the mail id so that i can forward my cv.

    • Ana Maria
      Posted at 17:21h, 25 September Reply

      You will have to check on their career website and see when they are going to recruit in your country, or near you, in order to apply for a Cabin Crew position with them. Good luck! 🙂

  • DIneshkumar
    Posted at 09:17h, 22 September Reply

    hie am Dinesh from india …done my bachelor’s degree in hotel management i want tp persue my career with luftansa …i can speak english/german /french language…

    • Ana Maria
      Posted at 17:19h, 25 September Reply

      Dinesh, if you are speaking German as good as a native speaker it’s perfect, you can apply for a Cabin Crew position with Lufthansa. Good luck and hope to see you among the clouds! 🙂

  • Sharmili Roy
    Posted at 13:29h, 23 September Reply

    Hi myself Sharmili Roy,from India..I Realy want to become cabin crew in lufthansa..I know English n Hindi..so I Hv presentable appeal..am I eligable to become a member in lufthansa..

    • Ana Maria
      Posted at 17:14h, 25 September Reply

      Hello Roy, no, I am sorry, but Lufthansa is looking for native German speakers. You can start taking German lessons and then try to apply for a Cabin Crew job with them. Good luck and never give up! 🙂

  • sonam bhutia
    Posted at 09:52h, 24 September Reply

    Hi! M Sonam Bhutia here from Sikkim ..I want to part of your industry ……I can speak Hindi n English..
    So how can I give interview ?
    Right now m in Delhi bcoz m searching job in airlines.

    • Ana Maria
      Posted at 17:12h, 25 September Reply

      Hello Sonam, we are not an airline company, we do not offer Cabin Crew jobs. We are a team of trainers who will prepare you for the actual interview with an airline company. Good luck! 🙂

  • Nadine
    Posted at 12:58h, 26 September Reply

    What is the appropriate weight for 5’7 (170cm) woman to apply? Thank you in advance!

    • Ana Maria
      Posted at 00:17h, 05 October Reply

      Nadine, your weight should be in proportion with your height, they don’t require an exact weight. 🙂 Good luck following your dream.

  • Tashi
    Posted at 16:25h, 02 October Reply

    I’m from India I have applied for cabin crew in Lufthansa.It’s been there days now i havent got any mail.but I also want to one about training for cabin crew.

    • Ana Maria
      Posted at 14:09h, 12 October Reply

      Hello Tashi, they don’t have an exact period of waiting for their response. You will have to wait and they will soon give you an answer. Regarding the training, you need to check our courses page and see when our next course will be in order to prepare for the Cabin Crew interview. Good luck and hope you will have a positive answer. See you among the clouds! 🙂

  • Puja
    Posted at 11:06h, 12 October Reply

    Hi , I have received an invitation letter for interview from Lufthansa I want to confirm how many rounds do they take and is there any swimming round aswell during interview ?

  • MElanie
    Posted at 00:35h, 22 October Reply

    Ciao,
    I was born and raised in Germany….Lived there (Wiesbaden) until I was 19, then moved to the US, and eventually became a US Citizen. I am (naturally) still fluent (verbal and written) in German (and English), and I am seriously considering applying for a Cabin Crew Job with LH. The only thing keeping me from doing so, is, that the Interviews are held in Germany, and it is quite costly to fly there. The reason for me posting this comment, is, because I am wondering if LH is offering a discount for flights to the Interview, or not. I look forward to your reply, and…… vielen dank fuer Ihre Zeit ! 🙂
    Ciao

  • Mohit
    Posted at 16:52h, 27 March Reply

    Hi i am mohit i have 2 to 3 Year experince in service in
    dustry i love to join luftansa crew can u guide me pls i can speak english fluently bt not in german.

  • Pooja singh
    Posted at 16:43h, 01 April Reply

    Hi , I am pooja from India I want to apply for crew in lufthansa I have a passport ,nd I am good in English in hindi as well…can u please help me out , how can I apply for it…

  • Ji Yun Lee
    Posted at 12:54h, 11 July Reply

    Hello, I am Ji Yun from Korea. I was wondering if I could apply for the job being as a Korean.

    • Andreea Julei
      Posted at 11:18h, 07 August Reply

      Hello Ji Young. Of course you can apply for a cabin crew job. All airlines are looking for diversity and I am sure this is certainly not a problem. Wish you all the best!

  • Tanja Sonntag-De Castro
    Posted at 00:08h, 17 July Reply

    Hi, i am a eu citizen but i grew up in the philippines and i only knew a little german. I am a flight attendant in the philippines for 14 yrs. Iam 36 yes old, is it still possible for me apply? Thank you.

    • Andreea Julei
      Posted at 10:56h, 07 August Reply

      Hello Tanja. I can apply at any time for your dream job and even if you will be rejected, you have nothing to lose. We wish you good luck!

  • Nandini
    Posted at 16:56h, 09 September Reply

    Hi, I want to apply for Lufthansa but was wondering if I can apply not having any experience in this job.

    • Andreea Julei
      Posted at 21:22h, 10 September Reply

      Drear Nandini,
      If the company will find your suitable for this job, I am sure this aspect it will not be a problem because they are offering you a training anyway. Think positive and always have trust in yourself.We wish you good luck!

      • Natalie Guttmann
        Posted at 01:49h, 22 September Reply

        Hello , just want to ask if there are still places left? I speak both languages and this was always my dream job.
        Many thanks Natalie

        • Anca Dumitrescu
          Posted at 12:09h, 23 September Reply

          Dear Natalie,
          Our article was posted in 2015 and at the moment Lufthansa was hiring. If there will be recruitments, we will post it on the website but pay attention at the date in order not to have wrong informations. Thank you!

  • Swati Verma
    Posted at 14:40h, 26 September Reply

    Hello!
    My name is Swati and I’m a citizen of India. I’m working for Indigo Airlines as a flight attendant. I have a year’s experience. Im fluent in English. Am I eligible to apply in Lufthansa for the post of cabin attendant?

    • Andreea Julei
      Posted at 14:36h, 30 September Reply

      Hello Swati.
      As you can see, this article is from 2017 which means it’snot active anymore, but if your English level is advanced and you can pass all the stages of the interview, I don’t see any problem. You should search the company you want to work for and see when they recruite. Good luck!

  • Nesreen
    Posted at 23:43h, 24 October Reply

    Is there an age limit for employment.I mean Can I get a job as a flight attendant at the age of 33 .
    p.s I never worked in aviation before but i do have a an unique customer service experience for more than 4 years in a reputable multinational well known company .Thank you .

    • Andreea Julei
      Posted at 21:17h, 25 October Reply

      Hello.
      The age is not a problem as long as you are qualified for the job and you do your best to show the recruiters that you deserve to be there. Make sure you have a good Cv, read a lot about this job and go to the interview. You will never find out if you don’t try. We wish you good luck!

  • MEGHNA TRIVEDI
    Posted at 08:57h, 01 November Reply

    Hello mam,I’m Meghna Trivedi from India…I want to be a flight attendant in Lufthansa airlines…I’m both fluent in English and German…And I also know swimming well…but I’m having a height of 145 cm…will they recruit me? And is there any interview session happening in India for this airline in future?…Thank you and have a nice day 🙂

    • Andreea Julei
      Posted at 22:06h, 01 November Reply

      Hello,
      If you say you are fluent in English and German, on e of the requirments it’s solved, but the problem is that they ask for minimum hight 160 cm. I’m not sayong that you should not try but be aware of this aspect. As we are based in Bucharest, Romania, most of our trainings are taking place here as sometimes in other countries from Europe. We wish you good luck!

  • Yola
    Posted at 22:14h, 13 November Reply

    hi my name is Yola from South Africa
    I really want to work for your company, my sister used to work as cleaner for your capany .
    now I recently qualified as cabin crew I have a license.
    my questions is does Lufthansa recruit in South Africa?
    thank you …

    • Andreea Julei
      Posted at 12:46h, 17 November Reply

      Hello.
      We are not Lufthansa but a company who prepares people for interviews. We do not hire people because we are not an airline. In order to see when Lufthansa recruits, check their website constantly. Thank you!

  • Khojika mehra
    Posted at 21:38h, 19 December Reply

    Hey,
    I am khojika from India.
    And my question is that i have a valid passport but my last name is not mentioned in it. Do i first correct my passport or just directly apply for any cabin crew job ?

    • Andreea Julei
      Posted at 15:09h, 10 January Reply

      Hello,
      We suggest you to apply first, and if you will be succesful, they will tell you what to do with your documents. Good luck!

  • Priyanka
    Posted at 09:32h, 22 November Reply

    I know only fluent English and Hindi . I don’t know any other languages. So can I apply for this airline.

  • Amber Kumar
    Posted at 04:57h, 06 February Reply

    Hello,this is Amber
    I have pursued my bachelor’s degree in German language itself,and also holding a B1level certificate from Goethe institute..does Lufthansa look for any further German proficiency qualifications?

  • Tharusha Mahawatta
    Posted at 13:20h, 25 January Reply

    Hi there.I’m from sri lanka.can I join with lufthansa.Do you hire other nationalities for cabin crew of Lufthansa

    • Georgiana Birdan
      Posted at 10:36h, 27 January Reply

      Hello!
      In order to become part of the Lufthansa cabin crew family, you have to be fluent both in German and English. We advise you to apply directly on their official site.
      Good luck!

  • nafisa
    Posted at 08:27h, 12 February Reply

    My daughter is interested Cabin Crew Aircraft Type Training please if you can help it

    • Georgiana Birdan
      Posted at 16:25h, 17 February Reply

      Hello dear Nafisa,

      If your daughter wants to apply for a company like Lufthansa that requires a cabin crew attestation, she must enrol in aviation school.
      If not, she can go to interviews without having an attestation. Most companies have their own schools in which they’ll train you.
      In order to enhance her chances of passing the interview, we are more than happy to teach her everything she has to know about this industry.

      Good luck!

  • nicole
    Posted at 15:49h, 18 April Reply

    Hello! I fluent in English n still in the process of learning deutsh so my qstion is Can I be accepted as a cabin crew member with A1 certificate or I have to continue up to B2 or not?

    • Anca Dumitrescu
      Posted at 07:34h, 24 April Reply

      Hi Nicole, for Lufthansa you need to be C1 with German in order to be accepted. Good luck!

  • Mirela Mirosavljević
    Posted at 12:43h, 07 June Reply

    I have basic knowledge of German and English is very good advanced knowledge but I don’t know if I could work with only basic knowledge I would like to work as cabin crew but there is no enough place to work with 18 year old and in DUBAI you can work only if you have 21 year old and I am from Croatia so you know for first time I would like to work not that far from home please answer me goodbay

  • Faheem Ahmad
    Posted at 10:26h, 09 June Reply

    Hi there,

    Just came across a wonderful Job career option as a Cabin Crew or Flight attendant, I would certainly love to be a part of Lufthansa family, I live near Frankfurt and willing to start as soon as possible. since I am living in Germany for last 10 years, I do have a very good grip on my German Language as well as I can speak (English,Urdu,Punjabi, as my Mother language). Hindi would be optional.
    How can I apply for this Job.?

    hope to see from you soon.
    Faheem

  • Faheem Ahmad
    Posted at 10:30h, 09 June Reply

    Hi there,Just came across a wonderful Job career option as a Cabin Crew or Flight attendant, I would certainly love to be a part of Lufthansa family, I live near Frankfurt and am willing to start as soon as possible. Since I have been living in Germany for the last 10 years, I do have a very good grip on my German Language as well as I can speak (English,Urdu,Punjabi, as my Mother language). Hindi would be optional.
    How can I apply for this Job.?

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    Faheem

  • Raita Andreea
    Posted at 10:09h, 25 June Reply

    Hi! I am Andreea and I have a question. If I have a height of 1,57 m it is a big problem or can I get a chance?

  • Sherly
    Posted at 13:08h, 06 July Reply

    Hi.. is there any chance to work as a ground staff with Lufthansa..? But my preference is cabin crew but I’m not fluent in German…

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