CABIN CREW INTERVIEW QUESTIONS AND ANSWERSLearn how to pass the tough cabin crew interview with this 86 page workbook that is full of sample cabin crew interview questions and answers. The cabin crew selection panel are highly experienced in being able to determine who are the right people for the job. Therefore, it is vitally important that you prepare well for this next stage. If you have been successful in passing the preceding stages then you have done extremely well. You now need some guidance and advice on how to prepare for, and pass, the interview stage of the process.
- How to answer strength and weakness cabin crew questions
- The key skills (keywords) you need to say in your interview
- Use this checklist to ensure you pass your interview!
CABIN CREW INTERVIEW PREPARATION
The first stage of your preparation is research. Research, in terms of the role you are applying for and the particular airline you are hoping to join, is essential.
During the interview, you are likely to be asked questions relating to the following areas:
- What you know about the role of a cabin crew member.
- The reasons for applying and why you want to join this particular airline.
- What you know about their airline.
- How you deal with specific situations in your working life and what you learn from them.
- Challenges faced by the airline.
- Your own personal qualities and attributes.
- Your strengths and weaknesses.
- Team-working skills
- Respect and diversity
CABIN CREW INTERVIEWLet’s now take a look at one sample cabin crew interview question and answer to get your started on your preparation. During the interview, you may find that some questions are repeated from the application form. If this is the case, make sure you use a different response to the ones you put down on the application form. This allows you to demonstrate that you have a wider experience base in each area duplicated.
SAMPLE INTERVIEW QUESTIONS
When answering this question, concentrate on covering the following elements:
- The main reason why – your ambition.
- The suitability of your personal qualities and attributes.
- The positive aspects of the role – variety, flexibility, working with others, etc.
- Helping others/Customer care, etc.
‘This is something that I have always wanted to do. Ever since I flew on holiday as a child, I have aspired to a member of a cabin crew team. Although I enjoy my current job, I would now like a career that is more challenging, varied and exciting. I believe my own personal qualities would suit the role of a cabin crew member and I get great satisfaction from working in a team environment, where everybody is working towards the same goal. I understand that delivering a high level of service to the customer is a priority in this industry, and this is something that I would enjoy doing.’
‘I would try and soften the situation by offering the passengers free drinks or refreshments. I would say to them that I was extremely sorry for what had happened and that I can assure him/her that it won’t happen again. I would then assess their response to see whether or not they wanted to take the matter further. If they did, then I would speak to my senior member of the cabin crew team. Having said that, reporting a work colleague would be a last resort and I would try my hardest to resolve the situation on my own.’KEY AREAS TO CONSIDER:
- Be polite and apologise if necessary.
- Reassure the passenger that the situation is not the norm.
- Try to soften the incident by offering free soft drinks.
- If you need to, report the incident to your senior cabin crew member.
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