Air Cabin Crew deal directly with customers on-board the aircraft, in terms of keeping them safe, serving them food and showing them on and off the aircraft. They are trained to deal with security, safety and emergency procedures and administer first aid if required. Air cabin crew often work shifts that will involve irregular and unsociable hours.
Entry requirements may vary between airlines but you will need GCSE's (grades A-C) in Maths and English or equivalent and will need to have a good level of fitness. Speaking a second language could also be an advantage. A relevant College course would be beneficial.
- Excellent communication and customer service skills
- A friendly and outgoing personality
- Well presented
- Diplomatic and tactful
- Able to keep calm in emergencies or when dealing with difficult passengers
- A good level of fitness
£13,000 to £21,000