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10 Best Cabin Crew Videos of 2013

By cabincrew.com, Wed 11th Dec, 2013 at 16:50
This year has proved to be a bumper year for cabin crew videos! These ten sum up a year of innovative adverts and hilarious on-flight antics. Which is your favourite?
Richard Branson cross-dressing as cabin crew

Never one to shy away from publicity, Richard Branson shaved his legs and wore drag in May, to hostess a flight to Kuala Lumpur after losing a bet to AirAsia bossTony Fernandes. This ITN video shows the man really does
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What happens at a British Airways assessment day?

By cabincrew.com, Fri 15th Nov, 2013 at 12:31
Are you ready for your cabin crew career to take off? The assessment day is a crucial part of the application process, so here's some useful information from British Airways that could help you prepare.
If you have not yet begun you cabin crew career, you’re bound to be nervous when it comes to applying for jobs and getting interviews. So we've considered how to help ease the pressure, and decided to share the
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Interview Focus: Five popular cabin crew interview questions

By cabincrew.com, Mon 26th Nov, 2012 at 14:55
By Patricia Green The airline industry is one of the most difficult to get into. Not only do you have to meet all the requirements for cabin crew and have the right qualities, you also have a lengthy application process, as well as a demanding assessment day with tests, task skills assessments, and interviews.
It is certainly not easy and the process takes time – it is not like a normal job interview, where there are just a handful of candidates, you will be up against thousands of candidates all over the world, so it well worth preparing well.
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What British Airways says about the year ahead

By cabincrew.com, Tue 24th Jan, 2012 at 15:10
We know how important it is for you guys to have a good idea of what recruitment opportunities might be coming up over the year ahead.
Last week we brought you some general information regarding the aviation industry as a whole, but we also thought it might be an idea to get in touch with one of the world’s most popular airlines to get their view on the year ahead.
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What to expect at your Emirates final interview

By cabincrew.com, Wed 26th Oct, 2011 at 12:59
At Cabin Crew we try to equip you guys and girls with as much information as possible before your interview so you stand the best chance of getting the career of your dreams.
Any interview is nerve-wracking, no matter what industry you’re looking to get into or with what company. Nerves are normal – but if you prepare yourself as much as possible and you know what to expect then hopefully you’ll be a little more relaxed.
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Airline profile: Scandinavian Airlines

By cabincrew.com, Thu 18th Aug, 2011 at 11:53
Scandinavian Airlines, also known as SAS, is the largest airline in Scandinavia, and is the flag carrier for Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
The airline flies to more than 176 destinations in more than 30 countries and carries an average of 40 million passengers every year. SAS has 292 aeroplanes and has approximately 1,500 daily departures. The airline is a founding member of the Star
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Air Canada

By cabincrew.com, Thu 18th Aug, 2011 at 11:51
Air Canada is the largest airline to operate in Canada and the international market from Canada. The airline serves over 32 million passengers every year and visits over 170 destinations across five continents.
It is the world’s ninth largest airline by destinations covered and together with its partners Air Canada Cargo and Air Canada Jetz it operates over 1700 flights every day.

Air Canada was founded in 1936 and passenger flights began
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Ryanair

By cabincrew.com, Thu 18th Aug, 2011 at 11:49
Ryanair is the largest low cost airline in Europe and operates over 1400 flights every day to 27 countries.
The airline has 44 bases to house its 8000 strong staff and expects to carry over 73 million passengers this year alone.

Ryanair was set up in 1985 by the Ryan family. The airline started small, with a shared capital of just £1 and a
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Korean Air

By cabincrew.com, Thu 18th Aug, 2011 at 11:48
Korean Air is the flag carrier and also the largest airline in South Korea. Together with their partners, Korean Air serves over 130 cities in 45 countries, as well as serving 20 domestic destinations.
The airline is among the largest 20 in the world in terms of passengers carried and is also a high ranking international cargo airline. As of 2011, Korean Air now offers the broadest selection of operating routes between Asia and North America.
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easyJet

By cabincrew.com, Thu 18th Aug, 2011 at 11:46
easyJet is the largest UK airline based on number of passengers carried. A dominant player in the short and medium haul market, easyJet operates on 500 routes in 118 destinations.
A relatively new airline; easyJet was formed in 1995 but has had massive success in terms of expansion and growth within that time. It is difficult to travel anywhere around Europe and not see easyJet’s trademark orange logo staring you in the
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