Top Reasons to Apply

Airline cabin crew jobs

There are so many benefits or working for an airline, including:

  • See the world
  • You will get to make new friends from all over the world
  • Some airlines offer free/cheap accommodation to employees
  • Gain experience in a unique working environment
  • Learn new skills and advance your career


What to Consider Before Applying

  • Cabin crew jobs are highly sought after positions, don't be dissapointed if you apply to an airline and you don't hear back and keep applying 
  • You might be required to attend a series of interviews and assessment days to see if you are suitable
  • When you first gain employment you will need to go through training and a probationary period 
  • Working as part of an international cabin crew is a lot of fun, but also exhausiting. It isn't all jetsetting and sightseeing, you will be required to work long hours
  • Jetlag can be an issues especially on long haul flights
  • You will need to decide if you would like to work short-haul or long-haul flights



You will need to be friendly, outgoing and be personable. To get hired you will usually need to go through a thorough application process including interviews, open days and training.


Top Tips for Getting Hired

  • Take a cabin crew course - although you are not guaranteed a position on completion, it will help you stand out from the crowd
  • Learn a new language, airlinss generally hire staff who can speak more than one language
  • Don't rush your application and make yours stand out
  • Make a good first impression at a face to face interview, communication and team work just be emphasised


Where to Seek Employment

Most airlines hire staff online on a recruitment section of their website. 


Career Prospects

Most airlines offer improved salaries, positions and career development opportunities. If you ever wanted a career change to do something different then having the experience of customer service and airline crew on your CV will help you build another career. 


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