The job of a cabin crew is one of the most popular jobs nowadays. During airline recruitment days, more than 10,000 to about 20,000 aspiring cabin crew lines up with hope of earning their childhood dreams. Despite this huge number, only not more than 5% will get-in training, and yet, some still do not make it through. Being a cabin crew is not for everyone, in fact, the requirements and standards are so high and stringent that sometimes, not even 1% of the total number gets in. That is why cabin crew members take so much pride in what they do, it's because they are part of that chosen 1% who went through a gueling training process just to earn their wings.
We are now sharing some write-ups of ours as a guide for future cabin crew who are going for their flight attendant/steward dreams. These links are grouped according to the process flow of applying to to training to facing rejection and to finally flying.
These topics are just guides to help you out as your take your journey to be a cabin crew. What is very important is you take action and to take that first step. All these are found in this website.
Tips on being a cabin crew:
Going to a cabin crew interview or open day:
Want to be inspired in the face of rejection:
Cabin crew training:
Some tips and advices for new cabin crew:
We hope these all helps! Good luck future cabin crew!