10 General Requirements to Be Cabin Crew ...

These days the requirements to be cabin crew are somewhat rigorous.

It used to be that little girls dreamed of being an “air hostess” when they grew up, but today we don’t even use that term anymore, and there’s also a very good chance that your flight attendant will be male.

If you dream of taking to the skies and working in a customer service role, check out these requirements to be cabin crew (they are general and not specific to any particular airline, and will vary according to carrier).

1. Passport

One of the first requirements to be cabin crew is obviously having a valid passport that allows for traveling worldwide, without any restrictions, so that you can legally enter any country serviced by the airline.

Airlines that operate internationally often accept all nationalities as cabin crew, but you still must have an up to date passport from your country of residence.

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