A commercial airline's air cabin crew share responsibility for the safety and comfort of its passengers. Tasks include: welcoming passengers when boarding and exiting the aircraft, showing passengers their seats and paying particular attention to such passengers, such as the elderly or disabled, serving meals and refreshments, checking the condition and availability of passenger emergency equipment and documents, demonstration of emergency equipment and safety procedures, and administration of company services.
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Career prospects & criteria
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Bachelors in Hotel Management Catering & Technology (HMCT)
Diploma in cabin crew
Post Graduate Diploma in cabin crew/HMCT
What you need to get started
Part-time or temporary work in customer service roles will be beneficial, as any work demonstrates teamwork and communication.
Efficient at Multitasking and Coordination
Good organizational skills
Ability to work well within a team
Numeracy skills for handling cash, including foreign currency
Customer service skills