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5 things you need to become a cabin crew

A passion for the profession

You have a passion for flying and you have customer service vocation. You love languages and be surrounded by colleagues and customers from different nationalities.


Age, nationality eligibility and entry requirements

To join one of our programmes, you must be minimum 18 years old. There is no nationality requirements to obtain the EASA Initial Cabin Crew attestation but some European airlines require the unrestricted right to live and work in the UK and Europe.


Studies and language skills

To become cabin crew we recommend you to have secondary education or equivalent completed. You also need good English skills, and any other languages will be valuable.


Ability to swim

To become cabin crew, you will be required to have basic swimming skills. You will be tested on your ability to swim once you start the course.


Required to pass a medical examination (Class CC)

To become cabin crew you’ll need an examination to test your hearing, eyesight, coordination, and overall health. All cabin crew are required to have this certificate throughout their entire flying careers.