Can you be an airhostess by going into sixth form?

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Nina Dale
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I was just wondering if anyone's know can i become an airhostess by going into sixform. Is it better than to go to college?
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(Original post by Nina Dale)
Hi
I was just wondering if anyone's know can i become an airhostess by going into sixform. Is it better than to go to college?
college.
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(Original post by Nina Dale)
Hi
I was just wondering if anyone's know can i become an airhostess by going into sixform. Is it better than to go to college?
Don't call them air hostess these days - that is so 1970s - called cabin crew. - or glorified waitress
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I've been long haul cabin crew since 2007

Flying for Virgin Atlantic, Thomson, and (most recently) British Airways (based at London's Heathrow Airport)

College is definitely an advantage. A Levels isn't a requirement as such, it's more about your experience in dealing with people face to face in a customer service capacity, and how you deal with difficult/emergency situations.

I'm aware that some colleges offer 'Cabin Crew Courses' which don't necessarily give you a better shot at being accepted..

You could go through school/college/uni etc and extra courses, but that's no good if you don't have face to face customer service experience.

As long as you have your GCSE's and customer experience, that's the bare minimum.

It also depends on what airline you want to fly for (if you are thinking commercial flying anyway)
You could go in to corporate and private flying, or even the RAF.

Please feel free to ask me any questions you have. I'd be happy to answer them.

Steph.
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I don't fly very often but often the cabin crew are men.
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I don't fly very often but often the cabin crew are men
Oh really? that's interesting to hear.
Most of my crews usually have a higher number of females. But there will be some flights where maybe there's just 2 or 3 females out of 22 cabin crew.
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