One of the most common questions asked by airline interviewers is "What do you know about our airline?" It may seem easy, right? Mention the destinations, mention the mention when it was founded, mention the name of the President, mention the slogan, and the fleet. Despite that, why do many aspiring cabin crew still fail in this question? That's because they are missing on some answers recruiters are actually looking for.
So what do recruiters want to see when they ask you that question?
Hence, you have to know more than just the basic information about the airline, and here, we give you those things you need to study about the airline before going to your cabin crew interview day.
You do not have to know all, but you just have to provide the essential information recruiters want to hear.
This is where your recruiters will see how much you want to be a flight attendant of their airline just by listening at how much you know about the airline you are applying at. Also by talking about the future plans of the airline, your recruiters will be able to note that you are prepared to meet the expectations and standards set by the airline for their cabin crew in order to meet the company's future goals and plans.
Last but not least, don't just stick to Wikipedia as your source. Try to join airline discussion groups or ask questions from people who work in that airline.
So next time you are asked "tell us what you know about our airline", let this be your guide.