Airline cabincrew,air ticketing, air hostess are responsible for the comfort, safety and welfare of passengers traveling on aircraft during short-haul and long-haul flights.
Working as a flight attendant for a major airline provides plenty of contact with people as well as opportunities to travel.
The air cabincrew of a commercial airline share responsibility for the safety and comfort of its passengers. Duties include:
greeting passengers as they board and exit the plane
showing passengers to their seats and providing special attention to certain passengers, such as the elderly or disabled
serving meals and refreshments
checking the condition and provision of emergency equipment and information for passengers
demonstrating emergency equipment and safety procedures
administering first aid
dealing with emergencies
supplying passengers with newspapers, magazines and in-flight entertainment
selling duty-free commercial goods and pursuing sales targets
producing written flight reports after completing a journey.
The role can be physically and emotionally demanding and there is a high degree of responsibility involved.
Cabincrew,air ticketing, air hostess are expected to deal with all passengers diplomatically even when feeling the effects of traveling
through time zones and spending extended periods of time on their feet.
Qualifications and training required
A degree is not usually required to work as airline cabincrew ,air ticketing, air hostess. However, a degree in travel, tourism, hospitality management,
leisure or languages may be helpful. A nursing degree could also be relevant.
Personal qualities, appearance and good health and fitness are normally more important than academic qualifications, although many airlines
do ask for at least five GCSEs (including English and mathS) at grade C or above. There are also some vocational qualifications (NVQs and BTECs)
available that are suitable for cabincrew,air ticketing,air hostess. For international travel, you'll need a valid passport. You will also need to pass a Disclosure and Barring
Service (DBS) check.
Work experience with the public in a customer service role will help you to show that you have the necessary skills. Experience gained within nursing,
catering, or the hotel, tourism or travel trades is likely to be an advantage.
With experience, you could progress to a senior cabincrew or cabin management role, or specialize in working with wealthy clients on private aircraft.
You may also be able to develop your career by moving into a ground-based role in an area such as marketing, sales, HR, passenger services or cabincrew training.
Key skills for air cabincrew
Good communication skills
Excellent interpersonal skills
The ability to remain calm in emergencies or when dealing with difficult passengers
Diplomacy and tact
Good color vision and hearing
Good general health and fitness many airlines require cabin staff to be able to swim at least 25m
The ability to keep a cheery countenance when you've been on your feet a long time and you're out of your time zone
Employers often have physical requirements due to space restrictions within the galley; these may include minimum/maximum height requirements and
proportionate body weight. Visible tattoos and piercings are strongly discouraged, and staff are required to look smart, often wearing a uniform.
Qualification: Any Under Grad/Graduated(Freshers)
POSITION:- Air Ticketing / Ground Staff / Cabin Crew / technical
SALARY:- 30K TO 55K + CAB + MEALS ADVANTAGES:- OPPORTUNITY TO JOIN THE FASTEST GROWING ORGANIZATION.
AFTER COMPLETING 6 MONTHS YOU CAN APPLY IN ANY RESPECTIVE DEPT RELATED TO YOUR FIELD.
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