Career Overview

air hostess

LIFESTYLE ENVIED BY MANY BUT ENJOYED BY VERY FEW 

 WE ARE ONE AMONG THEM!



GET PAID TO SEE THE WORLD!

BEST THINGS ABOUT BEING A FLIGHT ATTENDANT

Being a flight attendant is one of the most wanted jobs in the world. This career path has a huge amount of benefits. For example, flight attendants are able to fly around the world, explore new places and get to meet new cultures. This job is considered to broaden your horizon to a maximum and improve your communicating skills. 


REWARDS

Rules vary but most airlines provide flight attendants and their immediate families with free or reduced ticket fares. Flight attendants can often get reduced fares on other airlines. Paid holidays and vacations, sick leave, stock options, career-related tuition reimbursement, retirement plans, medical, dental, and life insurance are among the benefits flight attendants can expect to enjoy. Besides, flight attendants often have from 10-21 days off per month.

CHALLENGES

Flight attendants must enforce FAA or Transport Canada rules and regulations. Flight attendants must be able to reach the overhead baggage compartments and to lift bags up to the maximum allowable weight. In the case of seating arguments among passengers, it is the flight attendants’ responsibility to settle any disputes.

CAREER PROGRESSION

An Air Hostess can be later on promoted as Senior Flight Attendant and then Head Attendant. Air Hostess has an average career span of eight to ten years, later she can move to the ground duties which include the job of a Check Hostess, training of air hostess, Ground hostess, or work with the management level.


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The Air hostess profession is 

like a dream come true for young girls. 

In this profession, you not only get good pay career travel lovers but you meet different people from around the world, you get to see different locations, you get a chance to meet celebrities, business tycoons and also learn a lot.



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 Air Hostesses/ Cabin Crew

Most women and men join an After putting in two years of service or completing FDTL requirements, the salary of air hostess/ cabin crew increases. These designations vary according to airline and are just an indicator of promotions available for air hostess/ cabin crew. An air hostess salary can increase if they change jobs to join an airline that pays higher, since you have required experience. However, the airline will train you to provide in-flight service according to their standard protocol.

Promotions are usually given in the following category.

Flight Purser

After two years of experience as flight attendant

    Senior Purser

    Between three and four years after working as cabin crew

      Cabin Service Supervisor

      More than four years as cabin crew

        Cabin Service Director

        On completing five years or more as cabin crew

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          HIGHLIGHTS of the career

          Air hostess is one of the high profile professions in India desired by many young graduates. The Air hostess profession is like a dream come true for young girls. In this profession, you not only get good pay career travel lovers but you meet different people from around the world, you get to see different locations, you get a chance to meet celebrities, business tycoons and also learn a lot.

          THERE IS ALWAYS A VACANCY

          • • People will never stop travelling. • Airlines will never stop existing • Airlines will never stop hiring cabin crew • More and more airlines coming up in future.

          CAREERS IN AVIATION INDUSTRY

          • Build a successful career in the following sectors of the aviation industry: • Cabin crew • Fares & ticketing • In-flight services & security • Baggage handling • Passenger handling • Cargo & transportation • Load & trim • Customer service

          SALARIES FOR AIRLINE JOBS 

          • Packages are competitively high and the benefits offered typically include the following: • Sick pay • Vacation pay • Comprehensive medical, dental, vision and prescription insurance plans • Basic life insurance • Basic accidental death & dismemberment coverage • Flexible spending accounts • Retirement plan • Free airfare for employee and his or her immediate family on company airline

          THE CELEBRITY JOB 

          • • It is a celebrity job • Groomed for life • The best dressed • Best perfumes • Best hairstyles • Best nails • Best skin • Best makeup • Fitness conscious • Poise and etiquette’s

          THE FUN JOB

          • It’s nothing like your 9 to 5 job • Get dressed • Look pretty • Meet new people • Travel the world • Stay at 5 star hotels for layovers • Get paid for it

          ONCE A CREW ALWAYS A CREW 

          • • Things you learn stays with you a lifetime • Grooming • Certified first aider • Time management • Resource management • Adaptability • Poise and etiquettes

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          CABIN CREW (1 YEAR DIPLOMA)

          Syllabus and certificates are awarded by DGITO

          DGITO

          AIRLINE CUSTOMER CARE ASSOCIATE

          Syllabus and certificates are awarded by DGITO and NSDC

          DGITO & NSDC (AASSC)

          DIPLOMA IN AIRLINE MANAGEMENT

          Syllabus and certificates are awarded by DGITO and NSDC

          DGITO & NSDC (AASSC)

          DIPLOMA IN AIRLINE MANAGEMENT

          Syllabus and certificates are awarded by DGITO

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          just thrilled!

          Traveling around the world and being paid to stay in four and five-star hotels, earning tax-free income, living in a rent and bill free apartment, and working 80-120 hours a month, what is not to love? 

           As much as being a member of cabin crew is a dream for anyone with wanderlust, be warned, the odd hours are something you never get used to. ‘One day you could have your alarm set for 3 am to operate a 16-hour flight and the next….who knows.’ 



          AIR HOSTESS DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

          Attend to Passenger Comfort and Safety

          The main duty of an air hostess is to ensure the comfort and safety of a plane’s passengers. Air hostesses review emergency and safety procedures before take-off, which includes demonstrating the use of any equipment. They also fill passenger requests, serve food and beverages, and tend to sick passengers, if needed.

          Assist Passengers in Deplaning

          It is up to air hostesses to instruct and assist passengers throughout the descent and deplaning process. They ensure that passengers are safely in their seats as the plane descends and that all garbage and lose objects have been removed and secured. Once the plane has landed, air hostesses assist passengers in removing all carry-on luggage and direct them to the exits to depart the plane.

          Conduct Pre- and Post-Flight Checks

          Air hostesses typically complete a pre-flight check that includes testing and ensuring that all safety equipment is in working condition. Following the deplaning process, air hostesses conduct a post-flight check to make sure all passenger items have been removed and seats and trays are placed in proper positions. They might do some light cleaning of an airplane’s interior as part of their post-flight duties.