Flight Attendant / Cabin Crew - Frequently Asked Questions

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Are there specific requirements to become Cabin Crew?

Yes. Below we have detailed the most common minimum requirements that airlines specify for new cabin crew, however it’s important to note that each airline has its own specific requirements.

  • Age 18 -19 +
  • Weight in proportion to height.
  • Ability to swim.
  • Good eyesight.
  • Well groomed. The right to live and work in the country which the airline is based.
  • Effectively work as part of a team.
  • Ability to communicate well.
  • Friendly personality.

Will I be required to complete assessments?

Yes. There are 18 modules in this course. You will complete a test at the end of each module and receive a percentage grade to show how well you have understood the questions.

Will I receive a certificate at the end?

Yes. You will receive a Professional Certificate in Introduction to Cabin Crew which you can present to potential airline employers. It’s important not to confuse this certificate with a nationally recognised qualification, which is substantially longer and more expensive.

How are your prices so low?

We actually get this question a lot! Unlike many other providers who considerably inflate their fees, our aim is to provide quality courses at the lowest possible prices, therefore giving everyone the opportunity to learn.

What are the requirements?

  • Internet enabled computer or device

What do others think?

‘I would like to say thank you to the Cabin Crew team for giving me the opportunity to do this very useful course. I gained useful knowledge about the airline industry and can thoroughly recommend the course to any aspiring cabin crew. I have now been accepted by Emirates and I am sure that your diploma went a long way to helping me get there. Before I started the course I was a little sceptical about the value of doing the course but when I saw the course content I realised how relevant it was and helped me gain valuable knowledge. I would urge anyone interested in a career as a flight attendant to seriously consider this course’

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