In this post, I’m going to explain to you how you can get a job as Japan Airlines Cabin Crew! In order to become Japan Airlines Cabin Crew you will need to meet all of their requirements and successfully complete their application process.
Japan Airlines Cabin Crew requirements
Before you can apply to become Japan Airlines Cabin Crew, you need to make sure that you meet all of their requirements. It is essential that you check you do, as your application will not go anywhere if you do not meet the basic requirements. Their requirements are:
- Minimum of 3 GCR ‘O’ levels, including English.
- Fluency in English and Mandarin. Knowledge of a Japanese language is also desirable.
- Minimum arm-reach of 210cm on tiptoes (around 1.58 m in height).
- Pass the pre-employment medical assessment.
- Good skin condition.
- No past criminal records.
To start an application to be, you first need to submit an online application on their website. You will be required to submit a form, including basic information such
Have a look at our post ‘How to write the perfect Cabin Crew CV’ for advice on how to tailor your application to Japan Airlines!
Once online applications have closed, you will receive an email inviting you to the first round of interviews if you’ve been successful. When you arrive your height will be measured to ensure you meet the requirements and then you’ll be given a candidate number to wear. This interview is brief and designed to find out more about you. You will be asked to give a brief introduction of yourself in front of the group. Then, you will be asked a few questions based on your application.
Before leaving, you will also need to complete a verbal Mandarin test. This is one to one, where an interviewer will assess the adequacy of your spoken Mandarin.
If you’ve been successful, you should receive an email shortly to let you know. This interview is similar to the first, but you are likely to be asked more questions directly about the company and why you want to work as Cabin Crew. After your interview, you will be asked to change into a t-shirt and shorts for a skin check. This is to check that you don’t have any tattoos etc. If you pass the skin check, you will then be sent on to have a medical check-up.
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