It was a day everyone waited for. Philippine Airlines finally received its first of six ultra-long haul Airbus A350-941 jets just today. RP-C3501 landed in Manila at approximately around 3pm. This aircraft has a three-class configuration, business class, premium economy, and economy class. PAL fly this aircraft to Europe and to parts in North America, particularly the East Coast.
Saudia is an airline known to hire a lot of Filipina cabin crew. We have met a lot of cabin crew from Saudia and the number of Filipinos who works there continues to grow. In fact, there is also a set of Manila-based Saudia flight attendants. Good news is that Saudia is hiring flight attendants from different countries to be based in Saudi Arabia!
There is this certain appeal that comes in mind when people knows you as an Emirates flight attendant. This may be due to it's numerous destinations, being based in Dubai, and being surrounded by colleagues from different countries. There are also quite a number of Filipinos who are professional ramp models, celebrities, and socialites who became or are Emirates flight attendants. This may be one reason also why plenty desires and dreams of being one. Good news is Emirates is still hiring flight attendants!
Industrial Personnel and Management Services, Inc., otherwise known as IPAMS, has announced that Qatar Airways will not only be having one, but two open days in the Philippines! IPAMS is the accredited employee recruitment agency in the Philippines for Qatar Airways. The first open day will be held in Davao City on July 21 and the second will be on July 28 at Clark, Pampanga.
To all aspiring cabin crew females who are based in Davao, we are happy to announce that Qatar Airways will be having an open day recruitment event on July 21, 2018. This is your chance to make your dreams take flight.
For those interested to be a cabin crew for Cebu Pacific, they accept walk-ins every Monday and Tuesday only, from 9am to 11am. For Cebu Pacific, the cabin crew plays a vital role in the airline industry. They are equipped with the best training to ensure the safety and provide the finest service to all it's passengers.
Good news to all aspiring cabin crew! FlyDubai is now hiring and will be based in Dubai! Based on the FlyDubai career page, it says "The Cabin Crew Member is responsible to the Senior Cabin Crew Member, working as part of the cabin crew team, taking individual responsibility for the cabin operation and the associated customer experience. The Cabin Crew Member is also responsible for the safe and consistent delivery of a quality onboard service in accordance with company and regulatory policies and procedures."
Even if air travel is deemed safe and every safety measure has been undertaken, accidents may still happen as airplanes are still man-made objects defying the laws of gravity and susceptible to nature's wrath. Anything can still happen especially during take off and landing. This is the reason why you have cabin crew members on board, so incase the unfortunate happens, they are able to get you off the ill-fated aircraft blemish free as much as possible in less than 90 seconds.
Just because we do not see a single airplane when we look out the aircraft window, it does not mean that we are alone. Some irate passengers would tell the crew "wag nyo kami bolahin na traffic sa ere" after they are told that the flight delay was caused by air traffic. What they do not know is there are thousands and thousands of airplanes flying at the same time. We just don't see them.
Written by F/A Mayie Carballo
In connection to this person who recently coined the FA Job no-brainer and to support everyone concerned, especially, the parents who witnessed their sons and daughters hurdle to be in the Airline Industry....