CABIN CREW-AIR HOSTESS/AIR STEWARD
Men and women can apply for the job position of Air Hostess / Cabin crew / Steward. The profession offers a bridge to fulfil several dreams such as traveling, visiting new destinations, experiencing a variety of cultures, meeting people from different ethnicity, learning new things, redefining hobbies, etc.
- Safety and security of passengers and cabin
- -Provide welfare and comfort to the passengers.
- -Check cabin status and emergency equipment before each flight.
- -Brief passengers about aircraft emergency procedures and equipment.
- -Assist during medical emergencies
- -Making important announcements.
Eligibility And Requirements
|NATIONALITY||Indian or OCI|
|EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION||Passed 10+2 examination, from a recognized Board or University|
|MINIMUM AGE||18 years (21 years for Foreign Airlines)|
|MINIMUM HEIGHT||Female– 155 cm Male– 170 cm|
|DOCUMENTS||Indian Passport, PAN Card, Aadhaar Card|
|MEDICAL FITNESS||Fitness Requirements as per DGCA|
|LOOKS||No visible tattoos or piercings, no visible scars, Clear Complexion.|
|LANGUAGE||Fluent English and Hindi|
|MARITAL STATUS||Unmarried (preferred)|
|COMMUNICATION SKILLS||Fluency, clarity, and proficiency|
|PERSONALITY||Pleasant, Friendly, Outgoing, Confident, well-groomed and positive body language, Teamwork|
|SKILLS||Communication skill, Emotional intelligence, Interpersonal skill|
- - All the Airlines in India and abroad do not require any prior training.
- - They hire the crew independently and train them at their in-house training centre.
- - Any prior training from a private Air hostess training academy is not respected.
- -The cabin crew training schools have no recognition or tie-ups for placement. They can however give you a better insight into cabin crew life and train you better for the interview.
Eligibility And Requirements
- - Some airlines have a presentation about the airline before the interview. Be attentive during this period and don’t hesitate to ask relevant questions.
- - Check the requirements very well. (age, height, education, etc.)
- - Prepare your documents. (Passport, Resume, education certificate, etc.)
- - Check picture requirements and get the latest picture taken.
- - Do research about the Airline industry and the Airline you are applying for. (CEO, year founded, values, motto, fleet, destinations, latest updates, etc.)
- - Read about Cabin crew responsibilities and lifestyle.
- - While waiting for your name to be called, interact with other candidates and show that you are a confident and outgoing person. Do not sit. isolated or spend time on the phone.
- - Always smile while interacting, it creates positive energy.
- - Frame your own answers. Avoid standard answers.
- - Eye contact with recruiters – demonstrates honesty and confidence.
- - Body language is very important as you are being watched all the time. - Don’t chew gum, be loud or use your phone continuously.
Attire for interview (male)
Formal Suit with tie and classic watch Classic professional shoes
Attire for interview (female)
Wear makeup Formal Suit, Skirt/Shirt, Dress, Stockings, Handbag, classic watch. No bright colour (black, grey, light blue, brown, etc.) Professional Heels. Sober jewellery. Skirt not too tight or short.
Excellent pay and perks.
No professional education required.
Career progression is faster compared to other sectors.
Every day is special because a new set of crews is assigned.
Working in a multi-cultural environment and meeting people from different ethnicity.
Discounted unlimited flight tickets as your family.
Working can be hectic with a lot of early morning start and late-night finishes with multiple sectors, often all this can happen in a row.
A regular cabin crew flies for about 100 hours every month. This translates to 150 hours of duty including pre and post-flight duties.
You can expect about 8 days off in a month.
Most of the airlines in India provide only 15 days of paid leave per year.
Maintaining Physical fitness is very important as you are checked regularly for your medical vitals and failing will revoke your license.
You will have to work on holidays and weekends.
Work-life balance can be compromised.