Written by Mond Ortiz
One of the best way to prepare for your cabin crew impact interview is to practice infront of a mirror or someone like a present cabin crew. Aside from practicing your image like how you stand and walk, you also have to practice how you answer questions while keeping your confidence level up and carrying yourself pretty good. You should be able to answer the questions as honest as you can. Airlines have no time for BS, trust me.
I now give you 60 mock questions for you to practice on. Some of these questions are commonly used in the Philippines by local airlines. Some of these also are from airlines abroad. Airline recruiters may or may not ask these, hence, it is best to always be prepared.
When you practice in front of a mirror, the first thing you have to do is to be confident about yourself. Recruiters quite know when you are trying to act like someone else and when you are genuine, so as much as possible, confidently be yourself but also remember that there are standards to reach. Your smile, the way you stand, the way you talk, how you answer questions, and more. You have to also be very honest and go straight to the point.
Do not sound scripted too. Always remember that the airline wants to learn more about you. They do not really care if your dad is the President of a company or if the tito of your lolo of your sister-in-law's ninong's bff's father was a former national athlete. So no need to share a whole novel about your family. Follow the KISS principle which means Keep It Short but Straightforward.
So good luck and start practicing!
You may notice that some of these questions may ask if you have had training experience or inflight experience. Remember that you have to be honest here. Sometimes, airline recruiters are not really after your answers, they check your integrity. They also check if you are trainable and if you really fit to be a cabin crew.
So go start practicing with these questions. Good luck future cabin crew!
(Many of these were taken from mockquestions.com while some are really taken from airline recruiters we have spoken to).