It is indeed a reknowned fact that becoming a flight attendant is very hard to achieve. Usually, less than 10% out of the total applicants are able to make it in. Some are even less than 5%! So why is it hard to become a cabin crew? Aside from the stringent requirements, there has been a lot of misconceptions about being a flight attendant that leads to these mistakes.
Being a cabin crew is indeed not for all due to the stringent requirements and standards needed to be one. Out of the total number of applicants, only less than 10% make it through the screening process, hence, rejection rate is very high. This Cebu Pacific flight attendant experienced not one, not two, but fifteen cabin crew application rejections before earning her wings!
The impact interview during the cabin crew recruitment process is a very stringent one and is usually the part with the highest attrition rate. In this episode, we asked Philippine Airlines flight attendant Nova Torres to share us her experience, insights, and some tips on how to pass the impact interview. Let us listen to her as she gives her insights on how she made it on the very first attempt despite being a fresh graduate/
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.
Majority of present flight attendants love their job of being a cabin crew. It may not be as glamorous at it seems but overall, it is a job, moreso, a lifestyle many desires to experience but only a few are chosen for the field. In this edition of Crew Talk, we ask Philippine Airlines flight steward Julio Mallari about the joy of flying! Enjoy this VLOG and we hope this inspires you more!
There are a lot of Filipinos who do want to become a flight attendant of an airline based outside the Philippines, and yes, it has its own advantages and disadvantages. In this episode of CREW TALK on FLYHIGH MANILA TV, we talk to flight attendant Klarence Ann Lee where she shares insights on working in an airline outside the country like coping with loneliness to the fun of working with other nationalties.
She served the airline for 45 years, 10 years as a safety and standards officer and 35 years as a flight purser and cabin crew. She entered Philippine Airlines in 1974 and she has indeed experienced all the ups and downs of the airline including it's transition from a government airline to private, the different uniforms, and even those crisis. FP Elsa Yuzon finally retired from the airline last December 5 but not without a celebration.
The Philippine Airlines Football / Futsal Club is a group of cabin crew and flight deck crew members of Philippine Airlines who represents the airline during Football and Futsal tournaments. They usually hold practice and conditioning sessions every Friday where even cabin crew members not really into Football could join the conditionung sessions. Mond heads out to the PAL basketball court to witness a PAL FC practice session.