Job Profile : Cabin Crew

Qualification A degree or HND/foundation degree or postgraduate qualification is not required for entry into work as a cabin crew member. Instead, most airlines expect you to have a good secondary education, with some requiring grade C or above in English and math’s. Studying a degree, HND or foundation degree in one of the following subjects may be useful in showing the airline that you have an interest in these areas:

  • Hospitality Management
  • Languages
  • Leisure and Tourism Management
  • Travel

Age Limit : 18 – 26
Height : Female – 5′ 3″, Male – 5′ 6″
Salary : 25000 – 45000
Required : Passport Mandatory, Must have good communication skills.
No cut marks in face, hand or body

Job Roles : One of the main essential duty tasks of a cabin crew is to provide an   exceptional level of customer service to passengers during their trip, while ensuring their comfort and safety, of course with a “happy and helping way” attitude.
    Each cabin crew member has many responsibilities besides to customer service. As a passenger, you probably never required to consider that they are there to do more than serve you a drink and pretzels!
    The essential primary part of their job is about having confidence and knowledge level to deal with any emergency or security problem that may arise.
    A cabin crew must ensure before each take-off that all safety and emergency equipment is in good condition and adequately stowed according to their cabin layout while respecting the type of aircraft.