Airlines



Below, you will find an overview of the specific entry requirements that each airline has set for its cabin crew.


For all airlines, it is a requirement to speak English fluently. Speaking other languages is preferable, however not absolutely necessary.


For more information on the cabin crew salary / wage, working hours and rosters / schedules, just click on one of the airlines displayed below.


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Airline

Educational Requirements

Language Requirements

Height

Age






None

English

Between 158 - 186 cm (5'2" & 6'2")

and

Arm reach of at least 190 cm (6'3")

At least 18

High school graduate (Grade 12)

English

Arm reach of at least 212 cm (6'11") while standing on tiptoes

At least 21

Accredited secondary education or equivalent

English

Arm reach of at least 210 cm (6'10") without shoes

At least 21

High school degree

English

Arm reach of at least 212 cm (6'11") while standing on tiptoes

At least 21

Jet Airways

HSC (2 + 10)

English + Hindi

At least 157 cm (women)

At least 170 cm (men)

Between 18 - 27

Maths and English GCSE level or equivalent

English

At least 158 cm (5'2")

At least 18

Maths and English GCSE level or equivalent

English

Between 158 - 186 cm

(5'2" & 6'2")

At least 19

GCSE standard level or equivalent

English

At least 158 cm (5'2")

At least 18

None

English + Language of country you are based

Between 158 cm (5'2") - 190 cm (6'3")

At least 18

None

English

Between 157 cm (5'2") - 185 cm (6'2")

At least 18

South African Airways

Grade 12 or equivalent diploma

- Pass in English at Grade 12 level (or equivalent)

- Pass the SAA English Language Proficiency Test

At least 158 cm (5'2")


Australian or New Zealand permanent residency

English

Between 163 - 183cm

At least 18

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