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Private Jet Flight Attendant Training

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  Topic Started By:  HigherStandardsElite    On:  Wed 7th October, 2020 at 18:36
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#2  Private Jet Flight Attendant Training  Posted 07/10/2020 at 18:36
Good afternoon all,

I have just recently taken over a Corporate Flight Attendant training business.

My back ground has been within the aviation industry since 1994 when I joined Airtours International. I then progressed to BA City Flyer and finally onto Virgin Atlantic where I took voluntary redundancy in 2002. Following this I worked as a handler for private jets from Oxford Airports Oxfordjet which is what eventually led me back to my flying routes within corporate aviation. Following redundancy from Saxon Air Private Air Charter at the end of last year and 6 years of private flying I decided to take the plunge. It’s early days as I still have to update the website and social media sites before I can go live but these are being dealt with as we speak.

The course will be based at Oxford Airport and is a three day course in the art of corporate, business and private jet inflight service. It will specialise in teaching candidates with little or no experience as cabin crew or VIP flight attendants, how to do the job on board a corporate jet. The aim is to teach everything required in how to perform the role as corporate inflight personnel. It will take the candidates from flight notification, through menu creating, ordering and serving a 5 star gourmet meal in flight. The core focus of the course is practice and experience. Although the focus is on service, the course is so much more and incredibly in-depth as transitioning from commercial to private does take some getting used to as it is completely different to what we were all used to in commercial flying.

Corporate companies (management companies) or private owners generally do not recruit commercial cabin crew with no private jet experience or training of any kind so although this course will not guarantee you a position with a management company or a private owner it will certainly be a credit on your CV and will stand you in good stead against someone with no training at all.

If anyone is interested I will be offering a discounted rate on my first course as new owner to the first six candidates for £450. (This is my max intake per course due to covid restrictions).

Please feel free to message me if you would like any further information.

www.higherstandardstraining.com

Annabelle Cox
Higher Standards Elite Flight Attendant Training
07788484186http://higherstandardstraining.com
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