Philippine Airlines is still accepting cabin crew applicants and are still processing applications but this is for shortlisting or pooling only for the upcoming batches. What does this mean? It means that you may be called to undergo the screening process until the final stage but you will not immediately be given a start of training date should you pass the screening process.
You will instead be placed in a pool of cabin crew training candidates should PAL need to train more batches in the future. The last cabin crew batch for the year so far, as of this writing (but still may change should the need arise), is now undergoing training.
Now, why are we telling you to still take advantage of this. Later on, PAL may not process new applications for the upcoming batches, instead, they will get from the shortlisted candidates. This happened way back 2017 and 2018 where members of those batches that entered during those years where mostly taken from a pool or shortlist. Some even waited for years to finally get in.
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So if you really want to be a PAL cabin crew, we still do highly encourage you to send in your resumes while they are still accepting submissions from outside.
If you are interested to be a PAL flight attendant, please email your complete resumes to
Wait! Before sending in your resume though, please read the following below until the end as this is very important.
To be a Philippine Airlines flight attendant is to carry the heart of the Filipino which is the airline's slogan. Hence, if we want to be a Philippine Airlines cabin crew, we have to know the important traits that makes up the Filipino and these are what we call the five Ms. These are Magalang, Maalaga, Maaasahan, Magalang, and Malambing. These traits are what Philippine Airlines looks for in people who want to be their flight attendant.
MAGALING - In English, it is "Excellent" or "formidable". You have to be good in everything you do. You always go beyond the standard level in your work as a cabin crew. You act fast and you can make good decisions when needed. You are a cut above the rest.
MAALAGA - In English, you are caring. You have a kind heart and genuine concern for others, particularly your passengers. You are warmhearted to the point that you think about others first before yourself. You make sure other people are okay and if they are not, you make sure that you give them the care and comfort for them to feel better.
MAAASAHAN - In English, you have to be dependable. You have to be trustworthy and reliable, especially that as a cabin crew, the lives of passengers are in your hands. People can depend on you for their safety and their needs on board. The airline can also depend on you to carry the company's vision, mission, its goals, and its values. In other words, your passenger should get the assurance that they are in good hands with your presence.
MAGALANG - In English, you are respectful. You treat people equally and with high regards. You show admiration for your passengers even if it is your first time to encounter them. You talk to them properly, you greet and address them with respect. Even if you are to implement strict rules and policies as required by the airline for passenger safety, you know how to talk to them with respect. You greet everyone you see regardless of their career attainment or work positions.
MALAMBING - You have to be affectionate. This means showing of fondness and tenderness for your passengers, love your airline, your job as a flight attendant or steward, and your colleagues or workmates. You have to be friendly to everyone including people you have never met before. You have to be accomodating too, regardless of their personality.
Please include a 2x2 photo in corporate attire. Please also put "PAL FA" on the subject line when sending in your resumes to the airline.
If you have any PAL specific questions or any questions about this opening, please direct them to PAL by sending an email to the address indicated above. Please do not course them to or through us as we are not authorized to answer any PAL specific question in their behalf. We are posting this for information purposes only to lend assistance to our aspiring cabin crew to help them find job openings faster. We are also not a recruitment agency hence, please do not send us any resume as we will just be trashing them for your own privacy and security. We are also not liable for any changes made by Philippine Airlines not indicated in this post so please do always check with the airline before making any major decisions.