Cabin crew operate on an airplane, delivering high standards of customer services to passengers on a flight. They are responsible for ensuring passengers are safe and secure before, during and after a flight.
Job responsibilities include delivering flight safety procedures to passengers (including what to do in the event of an emergency), communicating with the pilot with regards to take off and landing (this will likely include briefings prior to and post-flight), performing pre-flight checks, greeting passengers as they board and directing them to their seats, ensuring hand-luggage is securely stowed and making announcements on behalf of the captain. Other aspects of the role include serving food and drink, duty-free items, and performing first aid.
Find out more about a role as cabin crew on our full job description.
The starting salary for a cabin crew member is around £12,000, the average salary is £24,750. An experienced cabin crew can expect to earn around £35,000.
*Aviation Job Search data 2018
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