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Air Asia Cabin Crew Hiring and Application Requirements for 2018

Being an AirAsia flight attendant professional is just as packed with challenges as it is with rewards, great perks, and benefits. As an airline hostess, you can experience traveling to different places and countries plus the salary is really competitive and comes with awesome benefits that you’ll surely enjoy.

If you have the interest to become an Air Asia Cabin Crew, you really have to comply with their requirements or else you’ll surely lose your opportunity. Every year there are thousands of new college graduates who aspire to have this job and ready to take on the world.

Flight attendant jobs hiring in the Philippines only happens twice a year. So, make sure you have an updated your resume that is genuine, neat and impressive. Most of all you have to ace the interview and bring your greatest smile, pleasing personality and that tremendous confidence in you to call it a success.

Air Asia airlines, the world’s low-cost airline based in Malaysia, will be conducting a series of walk-in interviews to hire Cabin Crews or Flight Attendants to join their growing team.

The Airline has been named the best Low-Cost Airline worldwide and they continue to offer low-cost airfares to travelers who are budget-conscious.

Flight Attendant Job Requirements

  • Filipino Citizen
  • Completed at least 2 years in College
  • Can speak English and Filipino
  • Female applicants – minimum 160cm, maximum of 170cm barefoot
  • Male applicants – mininumum 170cm, maximum 180cm barefoot
  • Weight must be proportionate to height
  • Outgoing, and fun peronality
  • Clear Complexion, good eyesight and a catchy smile
  • Experienced crews are encouraged to apply
  • Inexhaustible smile, vibrant and energetic
  • Experienced crews are encouraged to apply

Key Skills You Need To Have As a Cabin Crew

  • Communication skills
  • Exceptional customer service
  • Confidence in dealing with a range of people
  • Good co-operation skills as you’ll work with different teams day to day
  • Compassion and the ability to support your colleagues
  • Discretion when dealing with VIPs or royalty
  • Competence in handling difficult situations and the ability to remain calm under pressure and in emergency situations
  • The gift of being tactful and diplomatic but also assertive where necessary
  • Commercial awareness and sales skills
  • Flexibility in working unsocial hours on any day of the year
  • The capability to work quickly and efficiently, often to tight time constraints
  • Numeracy skills for handling cash, including foreign currency
  • The capacity to work in a confined space
  • The ability to diffuse situations calmly and quickly

Flight Attendant Responsibilities

AirAsia Cabin Crew Applicants
This is a case to case basis depends on if you’re working a short or long-haul flight plus the size of the team you’re working in. However, your duties will include:

  • Attending a pre-flight briefing, during which air cabin crew are assigned their working positions for the upcoming flight. They are informed of flight details, the schedule, the number of infants on board and if there are passengers with any special requirements e.g. passengers in wheelchairs
  • Carrying out pre-flight duties, including checking the safety equipment and doing security checks, ensuring the aircraft is clean and tidy and that information in the seat pockets is up to date and all meals, drinks, and stock are on board
  • Welcoming passengers on board and directing them to their seats
  • Informing passengers of the aircraft safety procedures and ensuring that all hand luggage is securely stored away
  • Checking all seat belts and galleys are secure prior to take-off
  • Making announcements on behalf of the pilot and answering questions during the flight
    serving meals and refreshments
  • Selling duty-free goods and advising passengers of any allowance restrictions in force at their destination
  • Reassuring passengers and ensuring that they follow safety procedures correctly in emergency situations
  • giving first aid where necessary
  • ensuring passengers disembark safely at the end of a flight and checking that there is no luggage left in the overhead lockers and no stowaways or suspicious items on board
  • completing paperwork, including writing a flight report

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