Please read our FAQ before sending us a message.[accordion] [accordion-item title=”What means to be a Corporate Flight Attendant?”]
Being a corporate flight attendant is one of the most wanted jobs in the world. This career path has a huge amount of benefits. Corporate flight attendants are able to fly around the world, explore new places and interacting with different people with different cultures and personalities, from celebrities to Royal families or Presidents of State. Although being a flight attendant has its drawbacks, the advantages outweigh everything.[/accordion-item] [accordion-item title=”What are the Top 3 characteristics of a Flight Attendant?”]
Flight attendants should also possess the following specific qualities:
- Attentiveness —flight attendants must be aware and exceed of passengers’ needs in order to ensure a unforgettable travel experience
- Flexibility—private aviation is a very exciting and ever-changing work place.
- Customer-service skills —always strive excellence
It does not matter if you speak five languages; your application to become a flight attendant will be rejected if you do not speak and write fluent in English and have at least a high school diploma. Some airlines also prefer to graduate a college, largely for the maturity the college experience helps develop.[/accordion-item] [accordion-item title=”Do I receive a Certificate / Diploma after completion of the VIP Corporate Flight Attendant training?”]
Once you complete the course, you will receive a Certificate of Completion among with a professional resume and a letter of intent.[/accordion-item] [accordion-item title=”How fast can I get a Cabin Crew Attestation?”]
You can get it either 4 or 6 days, depending on your previous aviation experience.[/accordion-item] [accordion-item title=”What is EASA Cabin Crew attestation?”]
EASA Regulations require each cabin crew member must undergo initial training and hold an attestation of that training.
The EASA Cabin Crew Attestation (CCA) is valid in all European countries and for all European airlines, and is frequently requested for both commercial and corporate jet cabin crew positions.
It is valid for five years. On joining an airline, the holder of an attestation must then complete training to cover any airline specific procedures and also conversion to the specifics of their allocated aircraft type(s).[/accordion-item] [/accordion]