Tuesday, 5 November 2013

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Cabin Crew Career Guide

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Capt Shekhar Gupta


Language: English
ISBN: 9781301001965
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Cabin Crew Career Guide 
By 
Pragati Srivastava [ Air Hostess ] 
Capt Shekhar Gupta [Pilot ] 












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Wednesday, 2 October 2013

Cabin Crew Announcements


ANNOUNCEMENTS
Announcements are verbal orders, requests or messages for the passengers made by the Cabin Crew on behalf of the Airline. These may be regarding safety, service, security or any other. These announcements must be crystal clear and hence should not include grammatical , accentual or any other errors to ensure no distortions to the message. There may be variety of announcements by Airlines apart from the traditional ones like promotional. We would here give you a generalized idea of the announcements made on flight. These may also be included in the selection rounds by the Airline’s to check the candidate’s ability of clear expression.



PRIOR TO TAKE – OFF
Ladies & Gentlemen,
We are now ready for take – off. You are requested to fasten your seat belts, upright the seat backs, close the tray table and open the window shades. Please switch off all electronic devices at this time.
Thank you.

SEAT BELT SIGN OFF (after take – off)
The seat belt sign has now been switched off. However keep your seat belts fastened loosely at all times. This is for your own safety.

SERVICE
We will shortly be commencing our food and beverage service.

TURBULENCE
We are experiencing turbulent weather. You are requested to return back to your seats and fasten your seat belts. Please refrain from using lavatories (toilets) at this time.




PRIOR TO LANDING
We have commenced our descent into (name of the place). You are requested to return back to your seats, fasten your seat belts, upright your seat backs and open the window shades. Please switch off all electronic devices at this time.

AFTER LANDING
We have landed at (name of the place/ airport). We have reached at our scheduled arrival time/delayed by ……….. minutes/hours due to operational/ technical/ reasons. Please do not open the overhead bins until the aircraft has come to a complete stop and the fasten selt belt sign is turned off.
(For defence airports) Government of India has prohibited photography at this Airport. Please refrain from using camera at this airport.

CERTAIN FACTS
Below are some facts that some time become a bone of contention between the Cabin Crew and the passengers. Hence we have tried to provide explanations to a few with the hope that passengers too will understand their duty and cooperate with the crew to follow procedures swiftly.

·                   To open window shades is asked so that the passengers can have a clear view of the outside conditions and can inform in case they notice any abnormality during take – off or landing.

·                   To switch off cell phones is the regulation by the DGCA as it interferes in the navigational equipments.

·                   Using lavatories or walking around during turbulence may land the passenger in heavy injuries such as in the spine and may be bed ridden for life. During heavy turbulence even the Cabin Crew are asked to stop all services and to fasten their seat belts. However during mild turbulence they move around as they have limited time and are trained for such situations. Also if a passenger hurts herself/ himself, they will be the responsibility of the Cabin Crew and they will be questioned. Hence they are advised to do so.

We hope that this would be helpful for you to prepare yourself mentally before start flying.


Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined.




Cabin Crew

Career

Guide


Capt Shekhar Gupta [ Pilot]
Pragati Srivastava     [ Air Hostess]








Language: English
ISBN: 9781301650040
Copyright : (c) 2013 Shekhar Gupta
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Monday, 30 September 2013

The Profile of an International Cabin Crew

FLYING AS A CABIN CREW – INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES

The Profile of an International Cabin Crew is almost the same as a domestic Crew, however it differs in certain aspects such as long flying hours, jet lag and elaborate service procedures.

Since International Flying means inter – country or even inter – continent, hence they require long Flying hours. For example – Delhi to London, Mumbai to New York. Sometimes there are two sets of  Crew in the flight. Hence after the flight , International Cabin Crew generally feel JET LAG. Jet lag, medically referred to as desynchronosis, is a physiological condition resulting from rapid long-distance  Trans Meridian (east–west or west–east) travel on a (typically Jet) Aircraft. North-south flights that do not cross time zones do not cause jet lag. Airlines have regulations too to manage the same. However, this situation is quite serious. The general problems that members of Air Crew face is that of TRAVEL FATIGUE. Travel fatigue is general fatigue, caused by a frequent changes in routine, travelling in a space where there is less possibility of movements , low oxygen , and dehydration caused by dry air. Travel fatigue can occur without crossing time zones unlike jet lag, and disappears soon when accompanied by a night of high-quality sleep.

The Service procedures are elaborate as they are long haul flights. Hence, there are varied services including hard drinks. Remember, alcoholic drink service is banned on Indian domestic flights. Generally, there is vegetarian serving on request unlike Indian domestic flights.

Also, there are no boundations on the service of non – vegetarian food limiting only to chicken.

Also, they also need to spray disinfectants once the doors are closed for departure.

Apart from this, once a candidate joins an international airline, s/he need to take yellow fever meningitis typhoid hepatitis injection before joining. This may differ to country to country. They need to carry immigration forms with them. Also there are certain regulations such as no crew can carry more than 100 ml liquid in their bag.

With this, definitely international Cabin Crew members have the privilege to travel the world and what more, they get paid for it too!

Hence there is a lot that includes flying, be it domestic or internationals. Every experience is worth sharing!

 “The only thing that stands between you and your Dream is the Will to try and the Belief that it is actually  Possible.”



Cabin Crew

Career

Guide


Capt Shekhar Gupta [ Pilot]
Pragati Srivastava     [ Air Hostess]








Language: English
ISBN: 9781301650040
Copyright : (c) 2013 Shekhar Gupta
Product Details :  Paperback:
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Language: English
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Package of Pay for Cabin Crew Airline Training

Basic starting salaries for Cabin Crew  are around USD $10,000- $25.000. Additional allowances may be received on top of this, which could take the salary to around $14,500.

Air cabin crew with experience can expect to earn USD $15,000 - USD $18,000 a year.
Starting salaries at senior cabin crew level (which can be reached after a few years of experience) are around USD $ 20,000.

The majority of Airways offer free Flights to cabin crew on domestic flights and some offer free or heavily discounted international flights. There is also usually a policy for discounted travel for immediate family and spouses.

Cabin crew work shifts that usually involve irregular and unsocial hours. It can include working early mornings, through the night and at weekends and on public holidays. Short-haul flights may provide more regular hours than long haul.
Part-time opportunities are available but this still involves unsocial hours.
Airlines catering for the package holiday market tend to recruit air cabin crew on a seasonal basis.

Some airlines require staff to live within a certain radius / easy travelling distance of the airport. (Flexibility is vital as staff may need to be on stand-by for work at short notice.) Some air cabin crew may be based in locations abroad.
The work can be demanding as cabin crew have to deal with and often work through tiredness and jet lag if crossing over different time zones.

The Airline provides Air Cabin Crew  with a uniform and they are expected to be smartly dressed at all times and well groomed. Many airlines do not allow visible tattoos or piercings. 

Air Cabin Crew  often work in confined spaces and have to spend a lot of time on their feet. The work is physically demanding, particularly on long-haul flights. Dealing with difficult passengers in an enclosed space may be stressful.


The amount of time spent away from home varies depending on the Airways and whether you are working on short or long-haul flights. Spending nights away from home is especially common with long-haul work.

Your pay is made up of three components: a Fixed Basic Salary, an hourly pay for operated flights and an overseas allowance. 

Basic monthly Salary,

Flying pay on an hourly basis -  paid between chocks off and chocks on. Flying pay is paid in the month following accrual. 

Meal allowances are paid in the currency of the country in which a night stop is made. The Airways provides free transport to and from the airport and hotel accommodation.



Cabin Crew

Career

Guide


Capt Shekhar Gupta [ Pilot]
Pragati Srivastava     [ Air Hostess]








Language: English
ISBN: 9781301650040
Copyright : (c) 2013 Shekhar Gupta
Product Details :  Paperback:
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Language: English
ISBN-10:
ISBN-13:

Contact for a Copy and Advts.

Surbhi Maheshwari [MBA Fin / Mktg ]
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Surbhi@AeroSoft.in

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