Air Hostess Training

Air Hostess / Flight Purser

10 Reasons to be an Air Hostess/Flight Purser Here are ten reasons why you should consider becoming a Air Hostess / Flight Purser:

1. Enjoy a great deal of time off (13 to 17 days off per month) roughly months off per year.

2. Get free or reduced-cost travel benefits for your self and immediate family,;. covering air travel, lodging, car- rentals and cruises.

3. Get a lucrative benefits package, often including health and life insurance, credit union membership, employee stock optin.

4. Enjoy unmatched variety - Forget the predictability of 9 to 5 cube life.

5. Enjoy maximum scheduling flexibility - You're nott limited to weekends off like the rest of the world.

6. Meet new people, Including many celebrities.

7. See the world.

8. Feel more independent.

9. Feel more responsible.

10. Feel a sense of pride and accomplishment (especially When You help an unaccompanied minor or handi- capped passenger safely reached their destination).

Job Opportunities

Air Hostess jobs are one of the most sought after career in the aviation job market. As the airline industry continues to expand to meet growing consumer demand more and more young people are taking up Air Hostess Jobs. To those workers who can stand the long hours and unpredictable lifestyle, there's nothing quite like flying through the air as an Air Hostess for a living.

Course Code : 4101
Age 17-26 years :
Eligibility : 12th Pass (Male/Female)
Height : 157.5 cm. for Girls 165 cm. for Boys
Duration of Course : 12 months
Examination Authority : Exam conducted by AAA Pvt. Ltd. & Galileo by Travelport

In an Air Hostess job the employees are expected to excel in customer service and always remain friendly, approachable and enthusiastic with a good sense of self presentation. A Flight Attendant job can be physically demanding and You must be prepated to be flexible to work any day of the year. This does however give you a perfect opportunity to get away from the repetitiveness of a normal 9 to 5 job. Starting Salary for Cabin Crew is between 40,000/- to 80,000/-INR.

Work Profile

Air hostess training Air hostess training is of utmost importance for employment of aspiring boys and girls as air hostesses also known as Cabin crew or Flight Attendant who are primarily on board an aircraft for the safety and welfare of the passengers and secondly for their comfort. If there were no services of food or drink during a flight, there would still have to be a minimum presence of Air hostesses or cabin crew for safety which is a legal requirement.

As you know that al llcommerical Airlines, whether Interational or INdian, appoint Air Hostess/ Flight Purser. One of the fimportant aspects of Travels by air is concerned with making the journey of the passenger trouble free, comfortable and sage.

While he job of an Air Hostess/Flight Purser is quit remunerative as well as challenging and enjoyable, at the same time it is a demanding job and required lot of hard work and patience.

In the present day world it is fnecessary to know one's aptitude. if you do not have a particular trait you can cultivate it with you do not have a particaular trait you can cltivate it with you conscious effort.

A. Avaiation Studies

  • ◉ Overview of The Airline Industry
  • ◉ Different Types of Passenger Handing
  • ◉ Different Types of Foods / Meals / Beverages
  • ◉ Aircraft Knowledge
  • ◉ Phonetics
  • ◉ lata abbreviations
  • ◉ Domestic Airport / International Airports
  • ◉ Airport Duties
  • ◉ Different Types of Passenger Handling
  • ◉ Different Types of Duties In-flight
  • ◉ Different Types of Announcements
  • ◉ Different Types of Emergencies Occuring on Board
  • ◉ Responsibilities, Duties of Air Hostess and Flight Purser
  • ◉ Practical Problelm encountered in Flight Emergency
  • ◉ Procedures
  • ◉ Pre-flight Checking
  • ◉ Receiving Passengers on Board
  • ◉ Points to be Remember while Receiving Passengers on
  • ◉ Board
  • ◉ Counting Passengers on Board
  • ◉ Functions Before a Flight
  • ◉ Checks: Before Fastening Sear Betts Before Take-off
  • ◉ Functions During Flight
  • ◉ Demonstrations of Safety Equipments
  • ◉ Pre-Landing Duties
  • ◉ Functions after Touch Down
  • ◉ Dis-Embarking Functions
  • ◉ Personal Grooming, Dressing Sense, Styling etc
  • ◉ Etiquettes and Body Language
  • ◉ Communication Skills
  • ◉ Mock Interview and Group Discussion and Aircraft Knowledge
  • ◉ Effective Public Speaking
  • ◉ Motivation
  • ◉ Goal Setting/ Self Esteem
  • ◉ Security measures to, Check Hijacking and Bomb Threat
  • ◉ First Aid