Flight attendants represent one of the largest job categories in the travel industry. Airlines across the globe employ approximately tens of thousands (my thought) of flight attendants each year. Do you have what it takes to become a flight attendant and work in a career that travels and sees the world!
But what does it take to be successful?
- Safety consciousness
- Adaptability and flexibility to lifestyle change
- Customer service skills
- Ability to multitask
- Ability to connect with people
AirAsia is touring Australia with recruitment roadshows to promote career with the World’s Best Low Cost Airline as a cabin crew. Started in Perth last week, the roadshows will now move to other major Australian cities where interested applicants can gain more career insights from active cabin crew and sign up for future interviews at their nearest city.
Roadshows details as follows:
- 16 Feb – Sydney / Parramatta Westfield
- 17 Feb – Melbourne / Doncaster Westfield
- 18 Feb – Gold Coast / Garden City
AirAsia X CEO Benyamin Ismail said, “We look forward to welcoming more Australians to our family of over 22,000 employees (Allstars) globally comprising 54 nationalities. I was at the first roadshow in Perth and it was a resounding success where hundreds stopped by to chat to us with many registering their interest in attending future interviews. These roadshows are the perfect opportunity for Australians to get to know AirAsia and our diverse workforce better. Our cabin crew are committed to ensuring the safety and comfort of our guests, and enjoy a high-flying career to over 130 destinations across our flight network. We hope to have more Australians who are passionate for travel and service to join us on board very soon.”
AirAsia is the leading and largest low-cost carrier in Asia and connects travellers to over 130 destinations in Asia. We are proud to have been named the World’s Leading Low-Cost Airline by Skytrax nine times in a row, and awarded the World’s Best Low-Cost Airline Cabin Crew by the World Travel Awards.