Losing weight is definitely quite a challenge for many aspiring cabin crew who wish to make it within the weight requirements. In this episode of Cabin Crew Talk, flight attendants Muriel Orais and Disney Roz shares us how many cabin crew manages to stay fit despite their lifestyle of being able to eat and taste different cuisines in different countries, and their work schedule.
The best things in life have its pros and cons, even the best jobs have both. In this episode, we talk about the pros and cons of becoming a flight attendant. Our guest flight attendant, Angela Arandela from Philippine Airlines, also gives tips on how to best prepare for the job given both pros and cons in the video below.
Many are wondering how hard it is to become a cabin crew. Well, all we can say is it's very difficult. Here, Philippine Airlines flight attendant Pat Gonzales shares her experience. It took her 2 years with a lot of failures but her resolve to never give up earned her the much coveted title as flight attendant. She also shares some tips for those who want to be flight attendants in this video below.
Recruitment is actually only 5% as compared to an airline's training program. Apparently, many aspirants prepare more for the recruitment process than the actual training wherein they should actually prepare more for the latter. An airline's cabin crew training program is simply like one whole college term packed into 2 to 3 months of hard core studying and drills.