Impact interview is a crucial part during a cabin crew recruitment event or assessment. In the Philippines, local carriers can check how much of an impact you will make and even your personality just from the impact interview alone, and from there, they will see how fit your are to be a flight attendant. We now give you some 30 mock questions used by our local airlines which you could try and answer by yourself. We do suggest that you also have a present cabin crew review the way you answer.
The journey to become a cabin crew does not end after you pass the interview and screening process. There is still training and even regularization to think about. Here, we run down how you could increase your chances to become a full fledged flight attendant. This is not a guarantee that you'll be a cabin crew, it's more of just being able to increase your chance, and here are the steps on how to do it:
Cabin crew qualifications and requirements differ per airline, hence, it is definitely hard to answer general questions about height, weight, tattoos, education, experience, and all. That being said, here are some FAQs from our aspiring cabin crew followers and we will try to answer them. Please do note that these do not represent the qualification or requirements of a specific airline, hence, it is best for you to still ask them.
When you go through a cabin crew recruitment day, you will encounter a series of interviews and activities. For the interview, the major question they need to answer about you is "how fit are you to become a cabin crew?" We are not only talking about being physically fit, but it's the overall fitness that airline cabin crew recruiters look into. These include your intelligence quotient, emotional quotient, attitude, character, and personality.
A flight attendant job is one of the most coveted job nowadays around the world, and it goes the same for the Philippines. During cabin crew recruitment days, about less than 10% of the total number of applicants are accepted, meaning, 90% are rejected. Despite the number, 100% of these applicants dream to be part of that 10%, who wouldn't right?
So you just found out that your airline of choice allows walk-ins for those who want to apply as their flight attendant. Well, walking-in is not as simple as going to the airline office, submitting your resume, getting interviewed, and getting accepted. In fact, walk-in interviews are actually more challenging than a whole open day in terms of the recruitment process. We now give you tips on how you could get prepared for your walk-in interview through these practical, simple, and yet, effective ways.
It is indeed one of the most coveted jobs in the world. During open days, thousands of aspiring cabin crew lines up regardless of the weather conditions in a quest to realize their dreams to be a flight attendant one day. This goes the same for Delta in the USA! Just recently, they announced that they will be hiring a thousand cabin crew this 2019 and many are surely excited for this.
Written and contributed by F/A Mayie Carballo
Saturday, August 11, 2018, another big day for our future Flight Attendants, as the Air Asia Recruitment Day is fast approaching. Yes, FUTURE FAs, how I love to call them that, rather than Aspirants, as I want them to claim it and embrace it, and I only allow room for positive thoughts, feelings and actions. Right! P O S I T I V E.
What are the important habits to develop in order for you to earn your wings and to become a successful flight attendant later on? Habit formation is very important as there are plenty of requirements and standards for you to live up to. So for the benefit of those who want to be flight attendants later on, here are the habits you need to form as early as now in order for you to survive as a flight attendant.
Being a flight attendant is not about just dreaming one day to be one and then the following day, you are already a cabin crew. No it's a far reality from that. Becoming a flight attendant needs a lot of preparation also, mentally, emotionally, and physically. It does not begin when you are already flying, but it begins from when you even start applying. Just for your information, Delta Airlines one time did a cabin crew mass recruitment for new flight attendants. From the 100,000 plus that applied, only roughly a thousand got in and that's 1% of the total number of applicants, even smaller than the acceptance rate at Harvard!
This year, there are quite a number of airlines who will be having a cabin crew mass recruitment day or should we call an open day. Anyone interested to be a cabin crew may join and take chances. Who knows, this might just be your day. To guide all our aspiring cabin crew, we have prepared a few tips and advices on what to expect and what to prepare to help you during the open day.
The word "FEAR" actually means False Evidences Appearing Real. It is what stops us from pursuing a long time dream, usually brought about negativity from others, social media, past failures, and fears of not being able to reach standards. This is actually normal for every human being but always remember that every cabin crew you see now flying once also had their own fears. Difference is, they never allowed their fear and worries to take over.
There is no particular college course that you need to take in order to be a cabin crew. Most airlines accepts people from any course, we haven't seen a specific course preferred. Each course may have their advantages for anyone pursuing or who pursued a cabin crew career. We enumerate a few courses and how each may help you in your cabin crew career, both short term and long term.
Do flight attendants have to be tall? Do they have to be physically attractive? What course should I take so I can be a flight attendant? These are some of the questions our aspiring cabin crew members have been asking. Honestly, every airline has their own specific requirements for their cabin crew. The requirements of each airline may somehow be similar and yet, different from one another. Well for the sake of information, we shall give you the physical requirements and other requirements needed to be a cabin crew on a general basis. This does not represent nor reflect any of the airline's specific requirements.
When airlines select their cabin crew, they look for certain qualities in every individual that are specific to the type of job they will be undertaking and that will be at par with the airline's branding and guiding principles. Physical qualities are not the only consideration, there are simply more to that. Since a cabin crew is supposed to be able to ensure the safety while providing the best flying experience to all passengers, they must possess certain qualities. Here are the top 10 general qualities airlines look for in their cabin crew.
We have witnessed 47 cabin crew graduations all in all from Philippine Airlines, PAL Express, Cebu Pacific and CebGo and every newly winged cabin crew all said one thing, training was indeed very hard and nerve-racking! These cabin crew members could have all been valedictorians in college if only they applied the same study habits they had during initial training. Yes, that includes the memorization and understanding of about 1000+ pages manuals in a span of 2 to 3 months.
This has been one of the most asked question we get on our messenger. To answer this question in detail, we shall provide you now with the steps together with some article reference you could also check on this site. Well if you might ask someone how to be a cabin crew, the answer you might most likely get is "edi mag apply ka". To be a cabin crew is not just about applying and going through training, there are some preparations to go with it which we will discuss here.
A cabin crew mass recruitment day is a day which many flight attendant aspirants are excited for. Though it may seem texciting as first as each aspiring cabin crew looks forward to that very day thinking it would be easy, it is actually a very stringent and challenging process. In fact, out of 10 to 20 applicants, only 1 to 4 make it in. Here, we list down those mistakes to avoid during open days or flight attendant recruitment days.
Written and Contributed by Mayie Carballo
Have you ever asked yourself why you want to become a Flight Attendant? Let's go back to the time I was little. I have a scintillating memory of that day I first said "when I grow up, I want to be a Scientist and a Teacher."
I am fickle-minded, be it career or in anything, even in love (haha). Until the moment I was choosing a course in College, I was cogitating on what to take up. Guess what, my mind may be volatile, my heart isn't (at least, not on this part). Jokes aside, I knew what course I really like. Psychology!
Still on a toss-up between going for a flight attendant career or another one? Well incase you are still in a state of confusion on what to choose, you might want to consider being a cabin crew if you have these following traits. Just to let you know, being a cabin crew is not for anyone. During airline open days, usually only 1% of the total number of applicants make it in. So incase you are weighing on all factors before you finally make a decision, you might want to look into your own traits and see if being a cabin crew is meant for you.
Flight attendants are responsible for the safety, security, and comfort of the passengers travelling on aircraft during flights. Hence, working as an airline cabin crew provides plenty of contact with people and a lot of opportunity to travel. Indeed, the primary role of cabin crew members is to look after the welfare of all it's passengers inside the aircraft travelling to and from international or domestic destinations.
You had a dream to be a cabin crew. You decided to take action. You lined-up, you got rejected, you lined-up again, and made it through the very first and most critical interview. You were then called for the medical check and the final interview. You waited nervously for the results, and then it happens, you made it! You wanted to celebrate but wait, this is simply the very first stage. There is still a second and most critical stage, that is training!
The job of a cabin crew is one of the most popular jobs nowadays. During airline recruitment days, more than 10,000 to about 20,000 aspiring cabin crew lines up with hope of earning their childhood dreams. Despite this huge number, only not more than 5% will get-in training, and yet, some still do not make it through. Being a cabin crew is not for everyone, in fact, the requirements and standards are so high and stringent that sometimes, not even 1% of the total number gets in. That is why cabin crew members take so much pride in what they do, it's because they are part of that chosen 1% who went through a gueling training process just to earn their wings.
Sallie Ledesma was a flight attendant for a Philippine based carrier before transfering to an international airline, basically Qatar Airways. Here, she compares the difference between being or domestic cabin crew against that of an international one. She also shared her experience when she was applying as a cabin crew.
The latest batch of PAL Express cabin crew that earned their wings is batch 99. Just like any cabin crew, they had to undergo two months of grueling training which eventually moulded them as Philippine Airlines cabin crew, a 4-star airline, and as individuals. From the time Philippine Airlines and PAL Express launched it's "get that star" campaign with the end goal of being rated a 5-star airline by 2020, their cabin crew all had to undergo a more stringent and holistic training program.