Written by Mond Ortiz
It is very important to know first what airlines look for among the pool of aspirants to be their flight attendants. Apparently, they are not looking for those who want to travel the world and see different places. They are also not looking for people who want to enjoy free travels and who are after the benefits. They are looking for people who are fit to be flight attendants, and this is very important for all to know.
There is a huge difference between becoming a flight attendant and a traveler. A flight attendant is there for service for others whereas a traveler is there to travel. A cabin crew's primary duty is to render service for others by ensuring the safety and comfort of passengers whereas a traveler's primary role is to see as much places as possible. Airlines are looking for flight attendants. Yes they do look for travelers too, those who are willing to purchase air tickets to travel. When you attend your cabin crew interview, you have to bear in mind that the airline is looking for flight attendants.
So that being said, what do airlines look for among aspirants?