In the last week, the world’s oldest and largest travel group collapsed. The end of Thomas Cook has left holiday plans in tatters, and hundreds of thousands of people stranded in airports and hotels around the world. With the company going bust, approximately twenty-one thousand people have lost their jobs.
In order to become Cabin Crew you’ll need to pass a number of stringent assessment tests and interviews. Airlines place enormous importance on the quality of their staff – as cabin crew are customer facing, and important representatives of the airline itself. In this blog, we’ll provide you with ten top tips for passing the […]
As with any job interview you’ll face, research will make up a very important part of your cabin crew interview preparation. Of course, you will need to prove that you have sufficient knowledge of the industry and what the role entails, but the bulk of your research should be focused on the specific airline you […]
So, you’ve passed all the elements of the Cabin Crew selection process, including the online application, the various tests, the assessment day, and the group exercise! Congratulations, you must be tired. But, it’s not time to rest yet. You still have one vital stage left (and it’s make or break): the final Cabin Crew interview. […]
If you’re serious about becoming a flight attendant (also known as a steward, stewardess, or cabin crew), you need to be prepared for the interview questions you’re most likely to be faced with. This free guide is going to take a look at the most frequently asked cabin crew interview questions and answers. What do […]