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Becoming a cabin crew or flight attendant can be an absolute dream job. However, this is not a job for everyone.
The reasons for a career as a cabin crew are endless. You enjoy dealing with all kinds of people, discovering new cultures, speaking different languages and working flexible hours. Still, this is not a job for everyone. On the page called "Requirements" you will find the minimum requirements each airline has set for its cabin crew. If you do not meet these minimum requirements, there is no use applying.
Even though the cabin crew profession already exists for more than 100 years, there are still many questions and doubts concerning this job above the clouds. Are you lying at the beach the whole day, or are you actually lying in your own bed every night? Do you still have time to meet friends and family, or have your colleagues become your friends? Is this a career for just a few years or can I actually fly until I retire?
The answers to many of these questions depend on the airline you are working for. A difference can be made between airlines where you always return to your home after a day of flying, or airlines where stay at a hotel after your working day. Also your home base (the airport where all your flights depart and you eventually also return to) is an important factor. On the page "Airlines", you will find an overview of all the airlines, with specific information concerning each airline.