1. Why Should I Pay for Flight Attendant Training?
Most airlines train their own flight attendants and there are no official license requirements to be qualified to apply for a job as a flight attendant. Therefore, you will be applying for a position that is very popular and receives a large number of applications. A preparation course will set you apart by teaching you the basic skills required to become a flight attendant and give you guidance on how to conduct yourself during the interview process.


2. What Will a Preparation Course Teach Me?
A Flight Attendant´s primary focus is to ensure the safety of the passengers on board the aircraft. A preparation course will teach you everything from basic first aid to how to deal with troublesome passengers, and in-flight emergencies. You will get an introduction to what it is like to work for an airline and what will be required from you when you get the job.


3. Am I Guaranteed a Job After?
Yes. Most programs will only prepare you for the interview and selection process. There are a few exceptions where an airline has outsourced the training to a third-party or require that a candidate has completed a third-party course before applying but this will be advised by the airline you wish to apply for.


4. Requirements to Become a Flight Attendant
The minimum requirements may vary slightly between countries, and each airline will also have its own criteria, so the information below is only intended to give you an idea of what is required to become a successful candidate.

Be at least 16 years of age , Maximum 28 years of age.

Have a High Schoo lCertificate (Plus Two

Clean criminal background check (at least past 10 years)

Be safety conscious

Good personal skills and able to work in a team

Good customer service skills

Height and weight in proportion

Good medical health

In addition, many airlines have minimum and maximum height requirements ranging from 5’0”” (150cm) to 6’3” (190cm).


5. Do I Still Have to Go Through Training at The Airline if I Get Hired?
Yes. All airlines will put you through their own training program if you are selected. Even successful candidates with flight attendant experience from a previous airline will normally go through training again. The duration of the course will vary depending on the airline and the size of aircraft you will operate on but typically the training lasts from 3-6 week.