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Minimum entry requirements

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Age

18 years old and over
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Education

High-school diploma
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Physical status

Medically fit to get

a Cabin Crew Medical Report

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English language
proficiency

Fluent in English
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Swimming skills

Ability to swim
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Step 1

Undergo Cabin Crew Initial Training


Every Cabin Crew member is required to have an EASA Cabin Crew Attestation of the Initial Cabin Crew training course in order to follow the career path in this field.

Step 2

Successfully complete the Cabin Crew Initial Course

When a student successfully goes through the attestation process, the one receives a Cabin Crew Attestation enabling to start the career.
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IFA Cabin Crew Attestation sample

Step 3

Cabin Crew Attestation & Cabin Medical Report

After passing all the steps of training and receive the Cabin Crew Attestation & Cabin Medical Report, the student is fully ready to apply for the job at airlines and explore the world – IFA helps you to conquer your job near the best companies in the world.

Step 4

Apply for the Cabin Crew

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After passing all the steps of training, the student is fully ready

to apply for the job at airlines and explore the world.

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