Becoming Cabin Crew is the dream job for many people. You get to fly across the world, stay in lovely hotels and meet new and exciting people every day. However, it can be extremely difficult to secure a job but you are likely to be more successful in some areas compared to others.
Which airline are you most likely to be successful in?
A lot of people try to work their way up airlines. They start by applying to a budget airline for experience and then apply for more prestigious airlines after.
However, airlines are simply looking for people who fit their brand – you don’t necessarily need to work your way up. When applying for a job as Cabin Crew, it is best to look at what the airline is looking for and see which airlines best suit you and your personality. Different airlines will be looking for different people. You could put in the same application with two airlines and be successful in one and not the other. For example, Virgin Atlantic focus more on looking great and being super friendly and fun. Whereas, British
Cabin Crew Jobs in Europe
According to research recently conducted by Boeing, there are an estimated 173,00 Cabin Crew that will likely be required in Europe in the next few years. This is not surprising considering how busy it is! However, there are fears about how Brexit may impact the UK aviation industry.
Cabin Crew Jobs in North America
North America is not far behind Europe with an estimated 154,000 Cabin Crew jobs expected in the next few years. Popular airlines in America
Cabin Crew Jobs in the Middle East
The Middle East
Cabin Crew Jobs in the Asia-Pacific Region
The Asia-Pacific region has the highest figures with an estimated 308,000 Cabin Crew positions! The aviation industry is rapidly growing in this region so it may be a good place to look for jobs if you’re willing to move abroad. Popular choices include Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways
How to improve your chances
When you’re looking for a Cabin Crew job, you should think bigger than just England. If you’re prepared to live abroad for a few years you have many more opportunities opened to you!
It’s important that
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