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Minimum entry requirements

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Age

Minimum of 18 years of age

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Education

High-school diploma

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Medical Fitness

To be granted a Cabin Crew Medical Report

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English language proficiency

Fluent in English (reading, writing and speaking)

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Swimming skills

Ability to swim

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Step 1

Medical Check


Every Cabin Crew member is required to have an EASA Cabin Crew Medical Report. Although it's not a requirement for enrollment in the course, we recommend doing it before it starts to avoid financial loss in case you have a medical condition that prevents you from working as a Flight Attendant .
This document will be necessary to apply for an airline position later on.

Step 2

Complete the Cabin Crew Initial Course

After successful completion of the course, candidates are issued an EASA Cabin Crew Attestation, widely accepted around the World.
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Step 3

Cabin Crew Attestation & Cabin Medical Report

With this two certifications you are ready to start appying to airlines and start a career as Cabin Crew.