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Air hostess training and requirements

Air hostess training and requirements
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Air hostess training and requirements

Air hostess training (a.k.a. cabin crew training)

There isn’t a strict education required for becoming an air hostess (besides a¬†GCSE level in English and maths for most companies), but taking air hostess training will increase your chance of being hired. Some courses will provide you with training which is similar to the air hostess training you would receive from an airline company. This gives you a benefit over those who didn’t had some air hostess training, which will likely make you stand out of the crowd. Remember, there are far more applicants than air hostess jobs, and coming in prepared and well trained shows your dedication. And it will help you in the selection process as well, since the airliners’ own air hostess training is frequently used to see who’s the right fit for the job.

All of the air hostess courses cost money, and this is an investment which you should consider. There is no guarantee that getting air hostess training will get you an air hostess job. But as mentioned, it does increase you chances of getting hired. There is however, an excellent air hostess course which you can take online which lowers the costs. Other courses require you to come to a training facility in the UK, which will give you one or more days training on-site. These are however the more expensive courses.

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Air hostess requirements

Even though there isn’t a strict educational requirement, there are a number of air hostess requirements in place for you to get the job. These requirements are in place given your workplace (confined space) and responsibilities (you represent the airline company and it’s regulations). A typical British Airways vacancy would have these air hostess requirements:

  • To be aged 18 or over at the time of application
  • To be the required height, 5’2 – 6’1 with weight in proportion, and meet the minimum reach requirement
  • To be medically fit to meet regulatory and role requirements
  • To have English and Maths to GCSE level or equivalent
  • To have proven customer service experience
  • To have a valid passport (with minimum of 12 months before expiry date) allowing unrestricted worldwide travel with the unrestricted right to live and work in the UK
  • To be prepared to undergo a Criminal Record Check for all countries of residence for six months or more in the previous five years
  • To be able to provide 5 years of continuous references (educational/employment)
  • To wear the British Airways uniform to the required standard and be able to conceal any tattoos or body piercings in line with the British Airways uniform standards
  • To be prepared to remove any headwear in the event of an emergency
  • Strong experience of working within a customer service environment

As you can see, most of these air hostess requirements are pretty standard. There is a strong emphasis on customer service experience. The best way to get this experience, is by getting one of the customer service jobs at Heathrow Airport itself. Sometimes you can start working at the customer service desk for an airline company, and work your way up to air hostess.

Conclusion

It’s probably clear by now that becoming an air hostess is not an easy task. But, if you fit in the air hostess requirements, and get a decent air hostess training, you will certainly have a good chance for getting your dream job. And if you think you got what it take, you can take a look at these air hostess jobs.

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- Air hostess job description
- Air hostess salary
- Air hostess interview
- Air hostess jobs

 

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Comments (123)

  • Lily

    Hi,

    I am 17, French, and I would love to become an air hostess. Problem is, I have a pacemaker since I am 3 years old. I am wondering if that is possible for me to become an air hostess, even with my cardiac issues ?

    Thank you for your time,
    Have a nice day, Lily.

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi Lily,

      unfortunately I won’t be able to answer this questions for you. I think it’s best to contact a recruiter to be sure. You can find the cabin crew vacancies on our job board, Airport Jobs. There’s contact information in each job listing.

      Best of luck!
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • khema oomajee

    hello,,i wish 2 know what are the courses that i need to follow after my HSC studies to become an air hostess ?

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi,

      the Cabin Crew Course we offer is an excellent start!

      Best of luck,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • Lucie

    Hi I’m 20 years old and would absolutely love to become an air hostess! I speak two languages and am currently working two jobs, both in retail, involving communicating with customers. I’m friendly and very easy to get along with. However I haven’t had any training or courses, will I need to do that before applying for a job or would I get trained if I was to get a job?

    Thank you for your time
    Lucie

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi Lucie,

      most companies offer training on the job, but it could be helpful to signup for our recommended Cabin Crew Course before applying. It is not required though, but it will most likely increase your chances of getting hired, although there is never a guarantee.

      If you want to look for air hostess jobs, please head over to our new job board, Airport Jobs.

      Best of luck,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • Emma

    Hello,

    I’m 17, bilingual french-english and have been working 2 years as a waitress in France, my dream is to be an air hostess, unfortunately I see that I have to be 18, do you think I would be able to apply for a customer service desk job in the airport meanwhile ?

    Thank you.

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi,

      For most customer service jobs you need to be at least 18 years old I’m afraid. Please have a look at our job board Airport Jobs to find actual customer service jobs, maybe you can find one with a lower age requirement.

      Best of luck,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • Nazihah

    Hi

    I needed a few information regarding the job. I always wanted to be an Air hostess since my childhood days. I’m a bit confuse about few points. I’m from Mauritius, my Nationality is Mauritian but at a very minor age I moved to England and lived there for 8 years; I did my schooling, college as well as few work experience that included teamwork, communication and so on during my school and college days. However after 8 years I moved back to Mauritius and its been only 2 years since I moved back. In those 2 years I did do few part time jobs that involved communications and hospitality. My question is; being the age of 19 and not a residential to the UK can I still apply for the Cabin Crew post at British Airways? Your Response will be very helpful to me. Thank you in advance.

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi,

      you need to be legally able to work in the UK. If that’s the case, you are allowed to apply for the cabin crew jobs at British Airways.

      Best of luck,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • scarlet

    Hi, I’m 17 and my dream is to be an air hostess to travel and meet new people. I have very good communication skills and have GCSEs.I have taken leisure and tourism. what would the best thing for me to do to start my Carrier in being an air hostess?
    kind regards
    scarlet.

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi Scarlet,

      you need to be 18 before you can apply for an air hostess job, but it seems you’re on the right track. Once you’re old enough to apply, you can use our new job board to find air hostess jobs. Please have a look here: Airport Jobs.

      Best of luck,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • Yoganarasimha B N

    I want the details of air hostess training institutes in india

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi,

      unfortunately we only have a UK based training institute we work with.

      Best of luck,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • chiya

    hello ,
    it’s my childhood dream 2 b a air hostess
    & I want 2 b
    so I want ur help & info about that
    so pllzzz kindly help me
    I’m sure that u I’ll like my performance
    i’m of 16 completed

    thanks u

    Reply
  • saajida

    Hi
    Im a 15 year old girl who is interested in the air hostessing career, I was just wondering how many years do u have to fully commit to when you first join before be able to leave and also if any airways allow you to wear hijab and if not why?

    Reply
  • Simran

    hi
    hmm i wntd to ask does the air hostess have anything to do with weight or general appearence of a person and wat if am not experience in customer care service do i stil hold a chance to be an air hostess

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi,

      most of these requirements are in place to ensure safety for crew and passengers, as well as being practical (like a minimum height, which is needed for reaching to top cabinets). Customer experience isn’t required but preferred, since it says something about how you handle passengers.

      Hope this helps.
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • Emma

    Hi,
    Im 18 , and im interested in air hotess job, i speak Arabic, French, English, Spanish and im learning Italian ,it’s been my dream job since i was a kid , and i need some informations to know what to do. “I read everything about air hotessing in your website” but still i need some other informations about how to have experience in this domain .
    Thank you

    Reply
  • shivali

    hey…i’m 5ft tall …. n hv less expectations to grow much … well i’m much intrestd in the air hostess job … will my height gonna b a obstacle for fulfilling it ?! O.o

    Reply
  • Labiba

    Hi,

    I am currently studying BA media and communications, but recently I have had a change of career plan and would love to explore air hostessing. I was just wondering what I have to do after I graduate to get into air hostessing?

    Thank you :)

    Reply
  • Maria

    Hello

    I wanted to talk about the high requirement,
    As someone who is only 5″ foot I find it very unpleasing to know I am unable to pursue a career that I have a passion for just because I am too short.

    What does a person in my position do?
    It seems discouraging, can the people who wish to work in such a job wear shoes that will boost them up to the high requirement, I am guessing not.

    So what is the next step?

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hello Maria,

      I understand this requirement is a bit frustrating. Please know these are general guidelines. Problem is in most cases a minimum height is required because of the way an airplane is build: You need to be able to reach all compartments. Wearing high heels or something would be too risky because of the shakey environment you work in. I think you’re best of contacting one or more recruiters and see if they can advise you on this.

      Best of luck,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • Busisiwe

    hey i also love to be an airhostess but i did commercial studies at high school n my current weight is 6.4 age 25 n again i have tattoos on my ankles..so must i remove them or its not gonna work n I do have one requirement i was a volunteer at my church at information desk 4 2years dat should count with costumer service

    Reply
    • rajvi

      Hiii I am 17 I am interested in air hostess but I have a other information of air hostest and this course I am studying the job guarantee to me

      Reply
      • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

        Hi,

        I’m not sure what you mean, maybe you can clarify you questions?

        Thanks,
        Jacco
        Heathrow Careers

        Reply
  • Mahfuza H

    Hi

    How are you?

    I am in 12th grade and age is 17. I want to know what course should I take in college and what college is best for air hostess? Pls replay

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi,

      there isn’t an exact college course for this, but the best fit would be something in hospitality.

      Best of luck,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
    • brenda

      Hey.I think I would suggest taking a course in Travel & Tourism.I dont where you asking from so I cant advice on the college. Am just a fan of the travel industry & also hoping to be a cabin crew member.
      Wish you all the best!

      Reply
    • CollegeGirl

      A degree or HND/foundation degree is not required for entry into work as a cabin crew member. Instead, most airlines require a good secondary education, with some asking for grade C or above in English and maths.

      Studying a degree/HND/foundation degree in one of the following subjects may be useful, however, in showing the airline you have an interest in this area:

      languages;
      travel;
      leisure and tourism management;
      hospitality management.

      Reply
  • sukhjinder singh

    i hv done +2 nm in 2012 with 65 marks….nd now i want to do study of air hostess….please give me suggestions…

    Reply
  • Bahar Keskin

    Hello there,

    To work as a air hostess, Adult Literacy Level 2 is accepted right? As it is equivalent to GCSE (A-C)

    Kind Regards

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi,

      as long as it is equivalent you should be okay.

      Thanks,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • Siobhan

    Hi im a 26 year old who is in full time employment but looking for a change of career. I cant afford to give up my job as i am comitted to a house/bills etc…. Do you know of any accredited courses i can complete online on my weekends off that will help me gain knowledge of air stewardessing that i can complete to give me a better chance during interviews? Thank you in advance :)

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi Siobhan,

      unfortunately we don’t have any courses listed at the moment, but we are working hard on our new site which will have an extensive selection of courses. Please keep an eye here to stay updated.

      Best of luck,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • Jessia

    HI my English isvery good , Iusually get 85 to 89 persent marks in Englis. I have just compleated my Secondary Education and my height is 5 foot .5 inches. Could u advise me what to do next……………. thank u :) and great advises u have given above :)

    Reply
  • shivani

    Hello Sir,
    I want to become a air hostess i m 16 year old so what subject i choose in class 11th.
    Thank you !

    Reply
  • Hajra Khan

    hi
    em looking for a job in air hostess help me age 22

    Reply
  • Valentino

    Hi there,
    I am writing to you because I would like to became a Cabin Crew. I am a 34 years guy, I have been working as Bartender for many years in several different environments. .I do speack Italian and English language.Can you please give to me same info how I can get this position? any courses or training??

    Thank you very much.

    Reply
  • Nina Deborah

    Hi
    I would like to be a Air Hoster some day because i want to meet new people and travel around the world …… Im just 14 years old… I’m just wondering what a the subject required to take in form 5 and what is the passing mark…inorder to be a air hoster…
    not forgeting… how many years does it take to be an airhoster…. and how much is the salary….
    Sorry if it bothers u with these question but please i really need to know…..

    Reply
  • zixh

    Hi sir,
    I would like to becm an airhostess. I am just 16 years and jst completed my matriculation with excellent result i know how to speak english and urdu only . Would u please help me? Mom dad nevea want me to be a airhostes but if the offer can come by ur side first then it will be possible for me what i want please this is my humble request. I am 5’4 and have a great complexion and beauty with personality em also not bad in mathematics..
    Thank u

    Reply
  • Codie

    Hi!

    I’m currently only fifteen years old, but I’d like to be prepared well ahead of time! I already fit the height as I’m about 5’7 so I hope I don’t grow much in the next three years!

    I just returned from a holiday in New York yesterday and the air hostesses and pilot were all lovely and it made me realise that I’d love to do something like that.

    I’m turning sixteen in July and I’m about to start a strictly performing arts (musical theatre) college, I’ve passed maths and English both with high grades but my concern is that in college, if I only do performing arts, I won’t be able to become an air hostess (which is my back-up job).

    Is there anything I need to take in college or would I be able to do my musical theatre and still apply when I’m eighteen and take an additional course then?

    Thank you in advance,
    Codie.

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi Codie,

      well you’ve certainly given it some thought :-) You basically can’t go wrong with the way you mention, and you can always take additional courses to improve your chances.

      Best of luck,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • Annie

    Hi,
    I am currently in sixth form taking my A-Levels. When I leave school I am really interested in starting an apprenticeship or job working as part of cabin crew. I live less than an hour away from Gatwick and around an hour to Heathrow airport. However, when I apply for vacancies there says there is non. Is there anything else I can do?
    Thank you,
    Annie

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi Annie,

      your living location shouldn’t make a difference in finding the vacancies, but we are working on building a better job search site. Till then, please use this link: Job Search.

      Best of luck,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • Kate Geaney

    Hi, I want to know if any airlines make exceptions to height. I’m just under 5’2” and not sure if I will grow that last bit by the time I’m wanting to do the job.

    Reply
  • Hollie

    Hi there,

    I’m really interested in becoming an air hostess & I’m looking for an appropriate online course which would help this process, are there any in particular that you would recommend? I have all the requirements listed above & now just want to find a course to help me before I apply!

    Thank you,

    Hollie

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi,

      we are currently working on adding air hostess courses to our site, so please check back later (or keep an eye on our Facebook page).

      Thanks,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • athiya tabassum

    Hi
    I am athiya tabassum .i am studying b-tech .EEE.1st year.i am 18 years old.i know hindi,urdu,telgu,and not more but I can understand english language also.i really like airhostess job to do sir.i like to do friendship with new peoples .i think this is the best job for me.

    Reply
  • sultana zohura

    Hi sir or madam,
    My name zohura sultana and I really want to become an airhostess as this is my dream. I have my maths and English that I have done in college would that cause any problem. However my biggest problem is my height I think I am about 5 ft am not sure and I also work so I have saved up for da courses that I need to take to become a proper airhostess where I can travel and work inside the plane. Please tell me what to do and to find out whether I can become an airhostess and because of my height I would like to know just before I start doing the course and pmease tell me what I need to be doing first if my height isnt a problem. Thank you

    Reply
  • Konjengbam Alina Devi

    Hi.
    My name alina i me as air hostess 21 yrs height 5 tall
    Is there any chance of me making it cause height really does matter
    Alot.my bcom degree.

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi,

      I think it’s best to discuss with potential employers if height is that important if you are fully qualified for the job.

      Best of luck,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • Daria

    Hello!
    I’m 26 y.o., living close to Heathrow airport, well educated (expierience with special needs also) woman, who can speak english and polish and loves to travel. Would like to become a part of the cabine crew. Is it essencial to do the course you’re talking about? Or can I just come to the airport with my CV and show you how awesome I am? lol Regards, D

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi,

      the course is not essential, but is more intended to help you in your pursuit of becoming an air hostess. But you are always welcome to show how awesome you are :-)

      Best of luck,
      Jacco
      Heathtrow Careers

      Reply
  • Swati

    swati sakhalkar
    goa india

    respected sir

    i m studying in XIth science. i am 16yrs. i am tall,i know english. i want to become air hostess after complete of my 12th science board exam. but my parent want me to become doctor but i want to become air hostess. but my parent can’t effort enough money to make me air hostess. i think i am capable to become indian air hostess. what can i do sir.

    thanking you

    yours sincerely
    swati

    Reply
  • pushpa

    what they train in course n I didn’t even heard of GCSE syllabus …in training we can know about it? plzzz rply me

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi,

      I am not sure what you mean, so could you clarify your questions?

      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • Denis Loaiza

    Hi!!
    I want to know if you have any place in Utah that offers a course on how to be an air hostess or a website where i can take the course.

    Thank you

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi,

      I’m sorry but I can’t help you with this. This site purely focuses on air hostess training in the UK.

      Best of luck,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
      • karo edor

        Hi!!
        I want to know if you have any place in Cardiff that offers a course on how to be an air hostess or a website where i can take the course.

        Thank you

        Reply
        • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

          Hi,

          unfortunately we only have the online course for you, but we are working on adding more courses.

          Jacco
          Heathrow Careers

          Reply
  • Mussarat Mubarak

    I would like to apply and become an air hostess i speak three languages and i am very friendly and i fulfill the job description . i having taking any courses though do i have to and if not how can i apply.and i also have Strong experience of working within a customer service environment

    Reply
  • bappy

    I WANT THIS JOB
    AND I WANT TO KNOW BEST : Air hostess course

    Reply
  • bappy

    ITS REALLY GOOD JOB FOR ADVENTURE LIFE
    I LIKE IT

    Reply
  • steffi neha kunwar

    Hi,
    M Steffi I want to become an air hostess its ma drm since I was too Small .. Abut me….. Ma height is 5.7 ft I don’t know what type of quality required 4 the same but if I knw abut that , I can grap that quality 4air hostess ………………………..

    Ty

    Reply
  • Tess Vidal

    Hi,

    Im interested in doing the cabin crew training- Could you please email me/send me a link with more information regarding course costs and duration?

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi,

      if you lick the -Order ‚ÄúHow To Become Cabin Crew‚ÄĚ- link you will find more information about the course.

      Best of luck,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • Renya

    I would like to be an air hostess well my dream is to be come air hostess but one thing I don’t got the grades to be comes air hostess how am I going to get what I want to be come in my dreams

    Reply
  • jaskirat singh

    i m just18 year old and want to learn air hostess now and go for job when i m 21
    is it possible???? and if no, can i get the job as i m knowing 3 language, including english. and also hold all the requirement for an hir hostress….. is it possible for me to get the job?????

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi,

      the air hostess training is not a requirement, but will certainly help you in applying for the job. You can apply to some of the air hostess jobs if you’re 18 or older, so you should be okay whatever you choose.

      Best of luck,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • Gena mowatt

    Hi,I am a recent Jamaican college graduate I would love to become an air hostess .i would really love to speak to someone about how I can go about taking the course as I am looking forward to an employment oppertunity

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi,

      if you click the course link you are taken to the site, where you will also find contact information.

      Best of luck,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • Phemelo Mojolwane

    I would also like to be an air hoste

    Reply
  • puja

    hey….

    i m just16 year old and want to learn air hostess now and go for job when i m 18….
    is it possible???? and if no, can i get the job as i m knowing 3 language, including english. and also hold all the requirement for an hir hostress….. is it possible for me to get the job?????

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi,

      you can take the courses at any age you want, so being 16 is no problem.

      Best of luck,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • Susan

    Hi Jacco,

    Thank you for the reply, I will keep checking for cabin crew vacancies.

    Kind regards
    Susan.

    Reply
  • Holly

    Hi,
    You said that you must be able to conceal any tattoos, I have one on my ankle. And just wondering if this would stop me from being able to become an air hostess ?

    Reply
  • Susan

    Good afternoon,

    I am only 5ft tall, so ideal for smaller craft, (private jets/charter etc) advised that to work on these craft, 2 years with a commercial airine is required first, I had booked a 3 day cabin crew course and then the company went into liquidation prior to the training.
    I am happy to source and pay for another cabin crew course, but due to my height how can I get training or a placing with a commercial airline?

    Please can you advise?
    Thank you & regards
    Susan.

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hello Susan,

      although much recommended, a cabin crew training isn’t a requirement to be able to apply for an air hostess job. What you can do is look through the various air hostess jobs available over here: Air Hostess jobs.

      When you click the “View or apply to job” link, you can see what is exactly required. You are of course free to apply for any job you like.
      I hope this can help you start your career.

      Best of luck,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • rhianna

    i would like to be a air hostess but i want to know do you have to get any more GCSE’S to increase your chance and where would you get customer services experiences thanks

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi Rhianna,

      a great way to start you air hostess careers is working in customer server. Please have a look over here: Customer Service jobs.
      Gaining a few years of experience might improve your chances when applying for an air hostess job. Whether more GCSE’s will help depends on the air hostess vacancy you are applying for. You’re probably best of scanning through a few vacancies to see if it makes a difference.

      Best of luck,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

      Reply
  • Dustin gold prospector

    great info my sister has been asking about these type of programs i’ll send your way

    Reply
  • Bahar Keskin

    Hello there,

    Since I was young, my dream was always to be working at an airport. But my only concern is that I couldn’t pass my English which I got a D, for my speaking and listening I have a C and I also have my Maths degree with a C. I am currently studying at a university which hopefully I will get my degree in 3 years time. I am studying Business with Spanish and in total I have 3 languages which I can speak and that is English, Turkish (with A*) and Spanish. Also, this course enables me to improve my negotiation and communication skills. By any chance, can I work at a airport if I graduate and get my final degree?

    Regards
    Bahar

    Reply
  • iftekar islam piash

    Is math must for air hostess???

    Reply
  • Katharina Jeffery

    Hi
    I would like to be a air hostess … What are the courses?

    Reply
  • leah boke

    hi im an african lady whose studying flight operation bt i would really love to be an airhostess nand also join your traing please help me out by sending me through my email it will be a blessing

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  • tofunmi

    How can I undergo the air hostess training

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  • imran khan

    Sir mujhe air hostess ko course kr na hai

    Reply
  • Zehreen

    hey,
    someone has already asked about wearing an hijab while working as an air hostess, i was wondering if you could wear the sports hijab which is an hijab that will not interefer whilst working. i was also wondering if you offer work experince placements? could you please reply ASAP and also could you please give me your e-mail address so i could contact you personally and privately?
    thank you in advance
    zehreen

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    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hello,

      I think the same policy applies as with “normal” hijabs, but I will leave this on up for a reader who might know as well.

      When it comes to work experience placements, you could contact one of the hiring agencies you find at the air hostess jobs page. Maybe they can help.

      Thanks,
      Jacco
      Heathrow Careers

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  • sasha henry

    i want to be an airhostess some day.

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  • Abi

    Hi
    I’m going to be doing my work experience early in March and I living in Dorset, I was wondering if any of you know where I can get a work experience placement with regards to becoming an air hostess.
    Kind regards

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  • Hanane

    Hello,
    Please, could you tell me where can I apply for the job? Thank you!

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  • tamara

    hello there,

    I would like to apply and become an air host i speak three languages and i am very friendly and i fulfil the job desicrpotion . i having taking any courses though do i have to and if not how can i apply.

    kind Redards.

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  • Masuma

    Hiya,

    Hope you are okay? Is that okay to wear hijab while you work with airlines? And is it possible to tell me where can I do the air host course? Thanks :)

    Reply
    • Webmaster HeathrowCareers.co.uk

      Hi,

      most airliners don’t allow their cabin crew to wear hijab at work, but maybe someone from the readers can respond?

      Regarding the course, you can find more information over here: Air hostess course

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  • ali malaekeh

    hi
    with respect .would you clrar me ,coursrs to be cover for this job
    thanks

    Reply

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